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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Characterisation of productivity limitation of salt-affected lands in different climatic regions of Europe using remote sensing derived productivity indicatorsCHERLET Michael; TOTH TIBOR; LEWIŃSKA Ewa Katerzina; TOTH Gergely; IVITS-WASSER EvaArticles in Journals
2012Combining satellite derived phenology with climate data for climate change impact assessmentIvits Eva; CHERLET Michael; TOTH Gergely; SOMMER Stefan; MEHL Wolfgang; VOGT Juergen; MICALE FabioArticles in Journals
2014Comparative study on open system digestion vs. microwave-assisted digestion methods for trace element analysis in agricultural soilsCRISTACHE CARMEN-ILEANA; COMERO SARA; LOCORO Giovanni; FISSIAUX ISABELLE; ALONSO RUIZ AGUSTIN; TOTH Gergely; GAWLIK BerndEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Comparison of pedotransfer functions to estimate the van Genuchten parameters from soil survey information A van Genuchten-függvény paramétereit átnézetes talajtérképi információkból becslő módszerek összehasonlítása és továbbfejlesztésük lehetőségeiTÓTH Brigitta; MAKÓ András; TOTH Gergely; CSILLA Farkas; KÁLMÁN RajkaiArticles in Journals
2013Continental-scale assessment of provisioning soil functions in EuropeTOTH Gergely; GARDI Ciro; BODIS Katalin; IVITS-WASSER Eva; AKSOY ECE; JONES Arwyn; JEFFERY Simon; PETURSDOTTIR THORUNN; MONTANARELLA LucaArticles in Journals
2009Designation of Local Varieties in the Hungarian Soil Classification System: Remarks from a Viewpoint of Land Evaluation ApplicationTOTH Gergely; MAKO Andras; MATE FerencArticles in Journals
2008Environmental Assessment of Soil for Monitoring Volume I: Indicators & CriteriaHUBER Sigbert; PROKOP Gundula; ARROUAYS Dominique; BANKO Gebhard; BISPO Antonio; JONES Robert J A; KIBBLEWHITE Mark; LEXER Wolfgang; MOLLER A; RICKSON R Jane, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013European Hydropedological Inventory (EU-HYDI)WEYNANTS MÉLANIE MARIE A; MONTANARELLA Luca; TOTH Gergely; STRAUSS Peter; FEICHTINGER Franz; ARNOLDUSSEN Arnold; ANAYA ROMERO María; BILAS George; BORRESEN Trond; CORNELIS Wim, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Evaluating the Effect of Nutrient Levels of Major Soil Types on the Productivity of Wheatlands in HungaryTOTH GERGELY; HERMANN TamasArticles in Journals
2007Földminoség, Földértékelés és Földhasználati Információ - Land Quality, Land Evaluation and Land Use InformationTÓTH Tibor; TOTH Gergely; NÉMETH Tamás; GAÁL ZoltánBooks
2012Impact of land-take on the land resource base for crop production in the European UnionTOTH GergelyArticles in Journals
2011Land Quality and Land Use Information in the European UnionTOTH Gergely, et alBooks
2013LUCAS Topoil Survey - methodology, data and resultsTOTH Gergely, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013The LUCAS topsoil database and derived information on the regional variability of cropland topsoil properties in the European UnionTOTH Gergely, et alArticles in Journals
2006Megjegyzések egy Országos Atnézetes Talajinformációs Rendszer KiépítéséhezTOTH GERGELY, et alArticles in Journals
2010The Need for Harmonizing Methodologies for Assessing Soil Threats in EuropeTOTH Gergely, et alArticles in Journals
2008Notes on the Information Stored in the Lower Levels of the Hungarian Soil TaxonomyTOTH Gergely, et alArticles in Journals
2014Phosphorus levels in croplands of the European Union with implications for P fertilizer useTOTH Gergely, et alArticles in Journals
2013Prediction of Soil Organic Carbon at the European Scale by Visible and Near InfraRed Reflectance SpectroscopySTEVENS Antoine, et alArticles in Journals
2014Prediction of soil organic carbon content by diffuse reflectance spectroscopy using a local partial least square regression approachNOCITA MARCO, et alArticles in Journals
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