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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998Air-Quality Prognosis for the Implementation of Abatement Strategies over Large Urban Areas.BIANCONI Roberto; BELLASIO RobertoArticles in Journals
2004Can the Confidence in Long Range Atmospheric Transport Models Be Increased? The Pan European Experience of ENSEMBLE.GALMARINI Stefano; BIANCONI Roberto; KLUG W.; MIKKELSEN T.; ADDIS R.; ANDRONOPOULOS Spyros; ASTRUP P.; BAKLANOV A.; BARTNIKI J.; BARTZIS J.c., et alArticles in Journals
2004ENSEMBLE Dispersion Modelling. Part I. Concept, Approach and Indicators.GALMARINI Stefano; BIANCONI Roberto; KLUG W.; MIKKELSEN T.; ADDIS R.; ANDRONOPOULOS Spyros; ASTRUP P.; BAKLANOV A.; BARTNIKI J.; BARTZIS J.c., et alArticles in Journals
2004ENSEMBLE Dispersion Modelling. Part II. Application and Evaluation.GALMARINI Stefano; BIANCONI Roberto; ADDIS R.; ANDRONOPOULOS Spyros; ASTRUP P.; BARTZIS J.c.; BELLASIO Roberto; BUCKLEY R.; CHAMPION H.; D AMOURS R., et alArticles in Journals
2002Forecasting the Consequences of Accidental Releases of Radionuclides in the Atmosphere from Ensemble Dispersion Modelling.GALMARINI Stefano; BIANCONI Roberto; BELLASIO Roberto; GRAZIANI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1999RTMOD, an Internet Based System to Analyse the Predictions of Long-Range Atmospheric Dispersion Models.BELLASIO Roberto; BIANCONI Roberto; GRAZIANI Giovanni; MOSCA SoniaArticles in Journals
2004Web-Based System for Decision Support in Case of Emergency: ENSEMBLE Modelling of Long-Range Atmospheric Dispersion of Radionuclides.BIANCONI Roberto; GALMARINI Stefano; BELLASIO RobertoArticles in Journals
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