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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998Meso-Scale Life Cycle Analysis for Environmental Risk Assessment of European Union Policies.SARIGIANNIS Dimosthenis; TRIACCHINI G.; ERENO F.Contributions to Conferences
2008Multi-Objective Optimization of Air Quality MonitoringSARIGIANNIS DIMOSTHENIS; SAISANA MichaelaArticles in Journals
2009Pollution disaster monitoring and ecological impact prediction - Implications of results of the ECODIS project for aquatic ecosystem disaster managementHANSEN Ute; SARIGIANNIS DimosthenisEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Satellite-Assisted Estimation of Transport Particulate Pollution and the Associated Risk on Human HealthSARIGIANNIS DIMOSTHENIS; GOTTI ALBERTO; SIFAKIS Nicolas; SCHAFER Klaus; EMEIS Stefan; HARBUSCH AndreasContributions to Conferences
2010Spatially Explicit Multimedia Fate Models for Pollutants in Europe: State of the Art and PerspectivesPISTOCCHI Alberto; VIZCAINO Pilar; SARIGIANNIS DimosthenisArticles in Journals
2008Study of Polychlorinated Biphenyls as Potential Modifiers of Developmental Neurotoxicity of MethylmercuryCOCCINI Teresa; CASTOLDI Anna; RODA Elisa; SARIGIANNIS DIMOSTHENIS; MANZO LuigiArticles in Journals
2008Toxicogenomic Study of Indoor and Outdoor Air Chemical MixturesCIMINO REALE GRAZIELLA; COLLOTTA ANGELO; SARIGIANNIS DIMOSTHENIS; MARAFANTE ERMINIOArticles in Journals
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