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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011European Nitrogen Assessment - Technical SummarySUTTON Mark A; BILLEN Gilles; BLEEKER Albert; ERISMAN Jan Willem; GRENNFELT Peringe; VAN GRINSVEN Hans; GRIZZETTI Bruna; HOWARD Clare; LEIP AdrianArticles in books
2011Integrating Nitrogen Fluxes at the European ScaleLEIP Adrian; ACHERMANN Beat; BILLEN Gilles; BLEEKER Albert; BOUWMAN L.; DE VRIES W.; DRAGOSITS U.; DOERING Ulrike; FERNALL David; GEUPEL Markus, et alArticles in books
2014Leakage of nitrous oxide emissions within the Spanish agro-food system in 1961–2009LASSALETTA Luis; AGUILERA Eduardo; SANZ-COBENA Alberto; PARDO Guillermo; BILLEN Gilles; GARNIER Josette; GRIZZETTI BrunaArticles in Journals
2011Nitrogen as a threat to European water qualityGRIZZETTI Bruna; BOURAOUI Faycal; BILLEN Gilles; VAN GRINSVEN Hans; CARDOSO Ana; THIEU VINCENT; GARNIER Josette; CURTIS Chris; HOWARTH ROBERT W.; JOHNES PennyArticles in books
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; LEPISTÖ L.; KORTELAINEN Pirkko, et alArticles in books
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, et alArticles in books
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