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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Developing a Forest Data Portal to Support Multi-Scale Decision MakingMC INERNEY DANIEL; BASTIN Lucy; DIAZ Laura; CARLOS Figueriedo; BARREDO CANO Jose'; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ JesusArticles in Journals
2012eHabitat, a multi-purpose Web Processing Service for ecological modellingDUBOIS Gregoire; SCHULZ ANDREAS MICHAEL; SKOIEN JON; BASTIN Lucy; PEEDELL StephenArticles in Journals
2012Managing uncertainty in integrated environmental modelling frameworks: The UncertWeb frameworkBASTIN LUCY; CORNFORD Dan; JONES Richard; HEUVELINK Gerard; PEBESMA Edzer; STASCH Christoph; NATIVI Stefano; MAZETTI Paolo; WILLIAMS MatthewArticles in Journals
2013Open-source mapping and services for Web-based land-cover validation.BASTIN Lucy; BUCHANAN Graeme, M.; BERESFORD Alison; PEKEL JEAN-FRANÇOIS; DUBOIS GregoireArticles in Journals
2011Raising the bar for systematic conservation planningLANGFORD William T.; GORDON Ascelin; BASTIN LUCY; BEKESSY Sarah A.; WHITE Matt D.; NEWELL GraemeArticles in Journals
2013Simulating the value of collaboration in multi-actor conservation planningGORDON Ascelin; BASTIN Lucy; LANGFORD William T.; LECHNER Alex; BEKESSY Sarah A.Articles in Journals
2011Spatially clustered associations in health related geospatial dataLEIBOVICI Didier G.; BASTIN LUCY; ANAND Suchith; HOBONA Gobe; JACKSON MikeArticles in Journals
2011Web based expert elicitation of uncertainties in environmental model inputsWILLIAMS Matthew; GOSLING John Paul; TRUONG Phuong; CORNFORD Dan; HEUVELINK Gerard; ACHARD Frederic; BASTIN LUCYContributions to Conferences
2012Which Service Interfaces fit the Model Web?SCHADE SVEN; OSTLAENDER Nicole; GRANELL CANUT CARLOS; SCHULZ ANDREAS MICHAEL; MC INERNEY DANIEL; DUBOIS Gregoire; VACCARI LORENZINO; CHINOSI MICHELE; DIAZ Laura; BASTIN Lucy, et alContributions to Conferences
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