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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Climate Variability Influence on European Agriculture. Analysis for Winter Wheat Production.CANTELAUBE Pierre; TERRES Jean michel; DOBLAS-REYES FranciscoArticles in Journals
2005Climate Variability Influences on European Agriculture. Analysis for Winter Wheat Production.CANTELAUBE Pierre; TERRES Jean michel; DOBLAS-REYES FranciscoArticles in Journals
2004DEMETER, a First Step or Giant Leap in the Use of a Seasonal ENSEMBLE Prediction System for Application Users?MORSE A.p.; CANTELAUBE Pierre; DOBLAS-REYES Francisco; FIL C.; HAGEDORN Renate; HOSHEN M.b.; MARLETTO V.; TERRES Jean michel; THOMSON M.c.; PALMER T.n.Articles in Journals
2004Development of a European Ensemble System for Seasonal to Inter-Annual Prediction (DEMETER)PALMER T.n.; ALESSANDRI A.; ANDERSEN U.; CANTELAUBE Pierre; DAVEY M.; DELECLUSE P.; DEQUE M.; DIEZ E.; DOBLAS-REYES Francisco; FEDDERSEN H., et alArticles in Journals
2005Development of a European Ensemble System for Seasonal to Inter-Annual Prediction (DEMETER).PALMER T.n.; CANTELAUBE Pierre; TERRES Jean michel; ALESSANDRI A.; ANDERSEN U.; DAVEY M.; DELECLUSE P.; DEQUE M.; DIEZ E.; DOBLAS-REYES Francisco, et alArticles in Journals
2005Seasonal Weather Forecasts for Crop Yield Modelling in EuropeCANTELAUBE Pierre; TERRES JEANArticles in Journals
2005Use of Seasonal Weather Forecasts in Crop Yield Modelling.CANTELAUBE Pierre; TERRES Jean michelArticles in Journals
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