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2004The Adriatic Sea Surface Temperature Historical Record from Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer Data (1981-1999). An Updated Version of a Paper Originally Presented at Oceans from Space 'Venice 2000' Symposium, Venice, Italy, 9-13 October 2000.BARALE Vittorio; SCHILLER Christian; VILLACASTIN Herrero carlos; TACCHI RuggeroArticles in Journals
2011Algal Blooming in Regional Eddies due to Air-Sea Transfers (ABREAST)BARALE Vittorio; GADE M.Contributions to Conferences
2008Algal Blooming Patterns and Anomalies in the Mediterranean Sea as Derived from the SeaWiFS Data Set (1998-2003)BARALE VITTORIO; JAQUET Jean-Michel; NDIAYE MapathéArticles in Journals
2005Algal Blooms in the Mediterranean Sea: a Retrospective Analysis Comparing the CZCS and SeaWIFS Historical RecordsBARALE VITTORIO; WEBER Barbara; JAQUET J.Contributions to Conferences
2005Assessing Ecological Dynamics in the Mediterranean SeaBARALE VITTORIOContributions to Conferences
2009Assessing Novel Near-Coastal Ecosystem Dynamics with Satellite Observation: Case Studies in the Eastern Mediterranean SeaBARALE VittorioContributions to Conferences
1999Bathymetric and Bottom Effects on CZCS Chlorophyll-Like Pigment Estimation: Data from the Kerkennah Shelf (Tunisia).JAQUET J.m.; TASSAN Stelvio; BARALE Vittorio; SARBAJI M.Articles in Journals
2004Bio-Optical Environmental Assessment of Marginal Seas. Progress Report 1.BARALE Vittorio; WEBER B.; JAQUET J.m.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Bio-Optical Environmental Assessments of Marginal Seas - Progress Report2BARALE VITTORIO; JAQUET Jean-Michel; HALLENBACH K.; NDIAYE Mapathe; HOAREAU AnaisEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004Clean Seas: a North Sea Test Site. An Updated Version of a Paper Originally Presented at 'Oceans from Space, Venice 2000 Symposium Venice, Italy, 9-13 October 2000.SNAITH H.; GADE M.; JOLLY G.w.; MANGIN A.; BARALE Vittorio; ISHII M.Articles in Journals
2011The Coastal Dimension of Maritime Spatial PlanningBARALE VittorioContributions to Conferences
2007Coupling between Algal Blooms and Wind Patterns in Two Near-coastal Regions of the Mediterranean SeaBARALE VITTORIO; GADE MartinContributions to Conferences
2009Coupling of Atmospheric Forcing and Ecosystem Dynamics in the Mediterranean Sea: Multi-Sensor Observations of Selected Environmental HotspotsBARALE Vittorio; GADE MartinContributions to Conferences
2008Environmental Dynamics and Trends in the Mediterranean Sea: A satellite ViewBARALE VittorioContributions to Conferences
2003Environmental Remote Sensing of the Mediterranean Sea.BARALE VittorioArticles in Journals
2008The European Marginal and Enclosed Seas: an OverviewBARALE VITTORIOArticles in books
2010Exploring the Caspian Sea Basic Ecosystem Dynamics by Means of the SeaWiFS Historical Record (1997-2009)BARALE VittorioContributions to Conferences
2000Impact of Continental Margings in the Mediterranean Sea. Hints from the Surface Colour and Temperature Historical Record.BARALE Vittorio; ZIN IsabellaArticles in Journals
2010Journal of Coastal Conservation (JCC) - Special Issue on: Advances in Integrated Coastal Management for the Mediterranean and Black SeaBARALE Vittorio; OZHAN ErdalBooks
2011Journal of Coastal Conservation Vol. 15, No. 2, Special Issue: Maritime Spatial PlanningBARALE Vittorio; SCHAEFER NicoleBooks
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