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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1993Affidabilita' delle Analisi Chimiche di Campioni Ambientali. Determinazione del Mercurio in SedimentiBAUDO Renato; ROSSI DariaArticles in Journals
1995Affidabilita' delle Analisi Chimiche di Campioni Ambientali.III. Determinazione del Fosforo nei SedimentiBAUDO Renato; TOUSSAINT NicolaasArticles in Journals
1992Campionatori per AcquaBAUDO Renato; ROSSI DariaArticles in Journals
2002Chemical Composition of Lake Maggiore Sediments.CENCI R.m.; BAUDO Renato; SENA Fabrizio; DABERGAMI D.; LEVA F.; TRINCHERINI Pier renato; BELTRAMINI Monica; BARBERO Pietro; CORACE C.; MURRAY Charles nicholasArticles in Journals
1988Forme del Fosforo nei Sedimenti LacustriMARENGO Giuseppe; BAUDO RenatoArticles in Journals
1996Mercury Deposition and Redistribution Patterns (Southern Lake Maggiore, Italy)CENCI Roberto; BAUDO Renato; BIANCHI Michele; MUNTAU Herbert wilhelmArticles in Journals
1991Mercury Deposition History of the Pallanza Bay, Lake Maggiore, ItalyCENCI Roberto; BAUDO RenatoArticles in Journals
1993Sedimenti ed Acque della Baia di Pallanza e della Zona Sud del Lago Maggiore. Distribuzione Spazio-Temporale dei Macroelementi ed Elementi in TracceLATTANZIO Antonio; CENCI Roberto; BAUDO Renato; BO Franco; BIANCHI Michele; VIVIAN Renzo; BARBERO PietroArticles in Journals
1999The Status of Lake Varese in 1994. One Year of Limnological InvestigationCENCI Roberto; BAUDO Renato; RAVERA OscarEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1992Variabilita' del Campionamento del Materiale ParticellatoLATTANZIO Antonio; BAUDO Renato; BO Franco; ROSSI DariaArticles in Journals
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