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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Atmospheric Composition Change: Ecosystems - Atmosphere InteractionsFOWLER D.; PILEGAARD K.; SUTTON M. A.; AMBUS P.; RAIVONEN M.; DUYZER J.; SIMPSON D.; FAGERLI H.; FUZZI S.; SCHJOERRING J. K., et alArticles in Journals
2013Environmental change impacts on the C- and N-cycle of European forests: a model comparison studyCAMERON David; VAN OIJEN Marcel; WERNER Christian; BUTTERBACH-BAHL K.; GROTE R; HAAS E; HEUVELINK Gerard; KIESE Ralf; KROS Hans; KUHNERT M, et alArticles in Journals
2006Factors Controlling Regional Differences in Forest Soil Emission of Nitrogen Oxides (NO and N2O)PILEGAARD Kim; SKIBA Ute; AMBUS Per; BEIER Claus; BRÜGGEMANN Nick; BUTTERBACH-BAHL K.; DICK J.; DORSEY J; DUYZER Jan; GALLAGHER M, et alArticles in Journals
2005Future Scenarios of N2O and NO Emissions from European Forest SoilsKESIK M.; BRUGGEMANN N.; FORKEL R.; KNOCHE R.; CHANGSHENG Li; SEUFERT GUENTHER; SIMPSON D.; BUTTERBACH-BAHL K.Articles in Journals
2013The global nitrogen cycle in the twenty- first centuryFOWLER D.; COYLE M.; SKIBA Ute; Sutton M A; CAPE J. N.; REIS S.; SHEPPARD L. J.; JENKINS Alan; GRIZETTI Bruna; GALLOWAY James N., et alArticles in Journals
2005Inventories of N2O and NO Emissions from European Forest SoilsKESIK M.; AMBUS Per; BARITZ RAINER; BRUEGGEMANN N.; BUTTERBACH-BAHL K.; DAMM M.; DUYZER Jan; HORV´ATH Lazlo; KIESE Ralf; KITZLER Barbara, et alArticles in Journals
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