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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
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; NEMETH TamasBooks
2013LUCAS Topoil Survey - methodology, data and resultsTOTH Gergely; JONES Arwyn; MONTANARELLA Luca; ALEWELL Christine; BALLABIO CRISTIANO; CARRE Florence; DE BROGNIEZ DELPHINE; GUICHARNAUD RANNVEIG ANNA; GARDI Ciro; HERMANN TAMAS, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Megjegyzések egy Országos Atnézetes Talajinformációs Rendszer KiépítéséhezTOTH GERGELY; MATE FerencArticles in Journals
2010The Need for Harmonizing Methodologies for Assessing Soil Threats in EuropeTOTH Gergely; VAN BEEK Christy; TOTH Tibor; HAGYO Andrea; RECATALA BOIX Luis; ANO VIDAL Carlos; MALET Jean-Philippe; MAQUAIRE Olivier; VAN DEN AKKER Jan; VAN DER ZEE Sjoerd, et alArticles in Journals
2008Notes on the Information Stored in the Lower Levels of the Hungarian Soil TaxonomyTOTH Gergely; HERMANN Tamas; MATE FerencArticles in Journals
2014Phosphorus levels in croplands of the European Union with implications for P fertilizer useTOTH Gergely; GUICHARNAUD RANNVEIG ANNA; TOTH Brigitta; HERMANN TAMASArticles in Journals
2013Prediction of Soil Organic Carbon at the European Scale by Visible and Near InfraRed Reflectance SpectroscopySTEVENS Antoine; NOCITA MARCO; TOTH Gergely; MONTANARELLA Luca; van Wesemael BasArticles in Journals
2011Productivity evaluation component of the proposed new European Agri-Environmental Soil Quality IndicatorTOTH Gergely; BODIS Katalin; IVITS-WASSER Eva; MATE Ferenc; MONTANARELLA LucaContributions to Conferences
2010A Review of "Soil Classification Systems of the World: Theories, Practices, Nomenclatures and Correlations" - A New Book from Krasilnikov, Ibanez, Arnold and ShobaTOTH GergelyArticles in Journals
2012Risk Assessment Methodologies of Soil Threats in Europe : Status and options for harmonization for risks by erosion, compaction, salinization, organic matter decline and landslidesVAN BEEK Christy, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Site Specific Land Management; General Concepts and ApplicationsADHIKARI Kabindra, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Soil Quality and Sustainability Evaluation - an Integrated Approach to Support Soil-Related Policies in the European Union - A JRC Position PaperTOTH GERGELY, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Soils of the European UnionTOTH Gergely, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012The State of Soil in Europe : A contribution of the JRC to the European Environment Agency’s Environment State and Outlook Report— SOER 2010PANAGOS Panagiotis, et alJRC Reference Reports
2007Status and Prospect of Soil Information in South-eastern Europe: Soil Databases, Projects and ApplicationsHENGL TOMISLAV, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Strengthening Optimal Food Chain Element Transport by Minimizing Soil Degradation - Reccommendation for Soil Threats Identification on Different Scales in the European UnionTOTH GERGELY, et alContributions to Conferences
2008Threats to Soil Quality in EuropeTOTH Gergely, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Threats to the Soil Resource Base of Food Security in China and Europe. A report from the Sino-EU Panel on Land and SoilAKHTAR-SCHUSTER Mariam, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Water retention of salt affected soils: quantitative estimation using soil survey informationTÓTH Brigitta, et alArticles in Journals
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