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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
2008The Challenge of Making Ozone Risk Assessment for Forest Trees More MechanisticMATYSSEK R.; SANDERMANN H.; WIESER G.; BOOKER F.; CIESLIK Stanislaw; MUSSELMAN R.; ERNST D.Articles in Journals
2007Comparison of Different Algorithms for Stomatal Ozone Flux Determination from Micrometeorological MeasurementsGEROSA GIACOMO; DERGHI Federico; CIESLIK STANISLAWArticles in Journals
2007Measuring, Modelling and Testing Ozone Exposure, Flux and Effects on Vegetation in Southern European Conditions- What does not Work? A Review from ItalyFERRETTI M.; FAGNANO M.; AMORIELLO T.; BADIANI M.; BALLARIN DENTI ANTONIO; BUFFONI A.; BUSSOTTI F.; CASTAGNA A.; CIESLIK STANISLAW; COSTANTINI A., et alArticles in Journals
2009Ozone Fluxes over Various Plant Ecosystems in Italy: A reviewCIESLIK StanislawArticles in Journals
2005Ozone Uptake by an Evergreen Mediterranean Forest (Quercus Ilex) in Italy - Part I: Micrometeorological Flux Measurements and Flux PartitioningGEROSA Giacomo; VITALE Marcello; FINCO Angelo; MANES Fausto; BALLARIN DENTI Antonio; CIESLIK STANISLAWArticles in Journals
2008Upscaling Ozone Flux in Forests from Leaf to LandscapeWIESER G.; MATYSSEK R.; THEN C.; CIESLIK Stanislaw; PAOLETTI E.; CEULEMANS R.Articles in Journals
2009Why and How Terrestrial Plants Exchange Gases with AirCIESLIK Stanislaw; OMASA K.; PAOLETTI E.Articles in Journals
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