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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Basin characteristics and nutrient losses: the EUROHARP catchment network perspectiveBOURAOUI Faycal; GRIZZETTI Bruna; ADELSKÖLD G.; BEHRENDT H.; DE MIGUEL I; SILGRAM M.; GÓMEZ S; GRANLUND K.; HOFFMAN L.; KRONVANG B., et alArticles in Journals
2009Comparative study of model prediction of diffuse nutrient losses in response to changes in agricultural practicesVAGSTAD N.; FRENCH H.; ANDERSEN H.; BEHRENDT H.; GRIZZETTI Bruna; GROENENDIJK P.; LO PORTO A.; REISSER H.; SIDERIUS C.; STROMQUIST J., et alArticles in Journals
2009Ensemble Modelling of Nutrient Loads and Nutrient Load Partitioning in 17 European CatchmentsKRONVANG B.; BEHRENDT H.; ANDERSEN H.; ARHEIMER B.; BARR A.; BORGVANG S.; BOURAOUI Faycal; GRIZZETTI Bruna; GRANLUND K.; GROENENDIJK P., et alArticles in Journals
2009Evaluation of the Difference of Eight Model Applications to Assess Diffuse Annual Nutrient Losses from Agricultural LandSCHOUMANS O.; SILGRAM M.; WALVOORT D.; GROENENDIJK P.; BOURAOUI Faycal; ANDERSEN H.; LO PORTO A.; REISSER H.; LE GALL G.; ANTHONY S.; ARHEIMER B.; JOHNSSON H.; PANAGOPOULOS Y.; MIMIKOU M.; ZWEYNERT U., et alArticles in Journals
2009Nitrogen and Phosphorus Retention in Surface Waters: An Inter-Comparison of Predictions by Catchment Models of Different ComplexityHEJZLAR J.; ANTHONY .; ARHEIMER B.; BEHRENDT H.; BOURAOUI Faycal; GRIZZETTI Bruna; GROENENDIJK P.; JEUKEN M. H. J. L.; JOHNSSON H.; LO PORTO A.; KRONVANG B.; PANAGOPOULOS Y.; SIDERIUS C.; SILGRAM M.; VENOHR M., et alArticles in Journals
2011Nitrogen Flows from European Regional Watersheds to Coastal Marine WatersBILLEN Gilles; SILVESTRE Marie; GRIZZETTI Bruna; LEIP Adrian; GARNIER Josette; VOSS M.; HOWARTH ROBERT W.; BOURAOUI Faycal; BEHRENDT H.; LEPISTO Ahti; KORTELAINEN Pirkko; JOHNES Penny; CURTIS Chris; HUMBORG Christoph; SMEDBERG Erik, et alArticles in books
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