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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
20001) Colour of Case2 Waters in Remote Sensing of Ocean Colour in Coastal and Other Optically-Complex Waters. 2) Case2 Ocean-Colour Applications.SATHYENDRANATH S.; BUKATA R.p.; ARNONE R.; DOWELL M.d.; DAVIS C.o.; BABIN M.; BERTHON J.-f.; KOPELEVICH O.v.; CAMPBELL J.w.; SCHLITTENHARDT Peter micha el, et alArticles in Journals
2003Geo-Chemical and Optical Characterisation of Suspended Matter in European Coastal Waters.FERRARI Giovanni m.; BO Franco; BABIN M.Articles in Journals
2011Marine ecosystems' responses to climatic and athropogenic forcings in the MediterraneanDURRIEU DE MADRON X.; GUIEU C.; SEMPERE R.; CONAN P.; COSSA D.; D'ORTENZIO Fabrizio; ESTOURNEL C.; GAZEAU F.; RABOUILLE C.; STEMMANN L., et alArticles in Journals
2014Shedding Light on the Sea: André Morel’s Legacy to Optical OceanographyANTOINE A.; BABIN M.; BERTHON Jean-Francois; BRICAUD Annick; GENTILI B.; LOISEL Hubert; MARITORENA Stephane; STRAMSKI DariuszArticles in Journals
2000Variability of the Amplification Factor of Light Absorption by Filter-Retained Aquatic Particles in the Coastal Environment.TASSAN Stelvio; FERRARI G.m.; BRICAUD A.; BABIN M.Articles in Journals
2003Variations in the Light Absorption Coefficients of Phytoplankton, Nonalgal Particles, and Dissolved Organic Matter in Coastal Waters around EuropeBABIN M.; STRAMSKI D.; FERRARI Giovanni m.; CLAUSTRE H.; BRICAUD A.; OBOLENSKY Grigor; HOEPFFNER Nicolas pierreArticles in Journals
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