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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1988Activity of the JRC EMEP Station. 1987 Annual ReportSERRINI Gianna; GEISS Helga; BRUN ClaudeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1990Activity of the JRC EMEP Station. 1989 Annual ReportSERRINI Gianna; GEISS Helga; BRUN ClaudeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1991Activity of the JRC EMEP Station. 1990 Annual ReportSERRINI Giorgio; GEISS Helga; BRUN ClaudeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1988Activity of the JRC EMEP-Station. 1986 Annual ReportSERRINI Gianna; GEISS Helga; BRUN ClaudeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2003Assessment of Uncertainty of NO2 Measurements by the Chemiluminescence Method and Discussion of the Quality Objective of the NO2 European Directive.GERBOLES Michel octave; LAGLER Friedrich; REMBGES Diana; BRUN ClaudeArticles in Journals
2003JRC-Ispra Air Monitoring Station Report 2000-2001REMBGES Diana; BRUN Claude; DUANE Matthew; FANTECCHI Gaia; GEISS Otmar; LARSEN Bo richter; PUTAUD J.p.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1989A Perspective of Air Pollution. The EMEP European Network Activities of the EMEP Station of the Joint Research Centre IspraGEISS Helga; BRUN ClaudeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2002Uncertainty of NO2 Measurements by Chemilumiscence. A Case Study at the JRC-AIRMON Station and Discussion of the Quality Objective of the NO2 European DirectiveGERBOLES Michel; REMBGES Diana; BRUN Claude; LAGLER FriedrichEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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