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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Assessment of the Status of the Development of the Standards for the Terrestrial Essential Climate Variables: T9 Land Cover.HEROLD Martin; WOODCOCK Curtis; CIHLAR Josef; WULDER Mike; ARINO Olivier; ACHARD Frederic; HANSEN Matthew C.; HOLSSON Hakan; SCHMULLLIUS Chris; BRADY Michael, et alBooks
2010GOFC-GOLD, 2010, A Sourcebook of Methods and Procedures for Monitoring and Reporting Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Removals Caused by Deforestation, Gains and Losses of Carbon Stocks in Forests Remaining Forests, and ForestationACHARD Frederic; BROWN Sandra; BRADY Michael; DEFRIES Ruth; GRASSI Giacomo; HEROLD Martin; MOLLICONE Danilo; PANDEY Devendra; SOUZA CarlosBooks
2010Monitoring Forest Carbon Stocks and Fluxes in the Congo BasinBRADY Michael; DE WASSEIGE Carlos; ALSTATT Alice; DAVIES Diane; MAYAUX Philippe; TADOUM MartinBooks
2009Overviews of Methods Used by Annex-1 Countries for National LULUCF InventoriesGRASSI Giacomo; BRADY Michael; KULL Stephen; KURZ Werner; RICHARDS GaryArticles in books
2012A sourcebook of methods and procedures for monitoring and reporting anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions and removals associated with deforestation, gains and losses of carbon stocks in forests remaining forests, and forestation.ACHARD Frederic; BROWN Sandra; BRADY Michael; DEFRIES Ruth; GRASSI Giacomo; HEROLD Martin; MOLLICONE Danilo; MORA Brice; PANDEY Devendra; SOUZA CarlosBooks
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