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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Broyophyte Biodiversity for Monitoring Chestnut Ecosystems on Mount Etna (Eastern Sicily)CENCI ROBERTO; PRIVITERA Maria; PUGLISI Marta; BEONE Gian MariaArticles in Journals
2006Bryophytes as Bioaccumulators of Trace Elements in Environmental Monitoring of Mt. Etna (Sicily)MARTA Puglisi; PRIVITERA MARIA; CENCI ROBERTO; BEONE GIAN MARIAArticles in Journals
2007Il Suolo della Provincia di Pavia (Parte due)FILIPPI Nicola; LODIGIANI Gustavo; BEONE GIAN MARIA; CHRISTOPH EUGEN; LOCORO GIOVANNI; MARIANI GIULIO; SPALLA Stefano; SKEJO HELLE; CENCI ROBERTO; SENA FABRIZIOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Il suolo della Provincia di Pavia (Valutazione della Concentrazione di Composti Organici e Inorganici Persistenti Attraverso lo Sviluppo di una Rete di Monitoraggio del Suolo)CENCI ROBERTO; LODIGIANI Gustavo; BENEDETTI Anna; BEONE Gian Maria; BOURAOUI FAYCAL; BRANGI Anna; BRENNA Stefano; CARLON Claudio; FILIPPI Nicola; CASALE Monica, et alBooks
2008Levels of PCDD/Fs and Trace Elements in Superficial Soils of Pavia Province (Italy)VIVES RUBIO INGRID; MUELLER ANNE; UMLAUF GUNTHER; CHRISTOPH EUGEN; MARIANI GIULIO; SKEJO HELLE; CENCI ROBERTO; SENA FABRIZIO; BEONE Gian MariaArticles in Journals
2005The Trend from 1934 to 2001 of Metal Concentrations in Bivalve Shells (Unio pictorum) from two Small Lakes: Lake Levico and Lake Caldonazzo (Trento Province, Northern Italy)RAVERA Orcar; TRINCHERINI Pier; BEONE Gian Maria; MAIOLINI BrunoArticles in Journals
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