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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002Chemical Composition of Lake Maggiore Sediments.CENCI R.m.; BAUDO Roberto; MURRAY Charles nicholas; LEVA F.; DABERGAMI D.; TRINCHERINI Pier renato; BELTRAMINI Monica; BARBERO P.; CORACE C.; SENA FabrizioContributions to Conferences
2002Chemical Composition of Lake Maggiore Sediments.CENCI R.m.; BAUDO Renato; SENA Fabrizio; DABERGAMI D.; LEVA F.; TRINCHERINI Pier renato; BELTRAMINI Monica; BARBERO Pietro; CORACE C.; MURRAY Charles nicholasArticles in Journals
2004Contaminanti Inorganici di Recente Introduzione in Suoli Urbani. Caso di Studio: i Parchi della Città di Roma.BECCALONI E.; CENCI R.m.; DABERGAMI D.; MUSMECI L.; STACUL E.; ZIEMACKI G.Articles in Journals
2002Secondo Anno d'Indagini sul Territorio di Castano Primo: Esperienza con Suoli, Muschi e AcqueDABERGAMI D.; CENCI R.m.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2002Trace Elements in Sediment Cores of Lake Alimini (Lecce, Italy).CENCI R.m.; BASSET A.; MURRAY Charles nicholas; SENA Fabrizio; DABERGAMI D.; DI NICOLANTONIO S. s.; LIGETTA G.; BO FrancoContributions to Conferences
2002Trace Elements in Sediment Cores of Lake Alimini (Lecce, Italy).CENCI R.m.; BASSET A.; SENA F.; DABERGAMI D.; DI NICOLANTONIO S.; LIGETTA G.; BO Franco; MURRAY Charles nicholasArticles in Journals
2003Utilizzo dei Muschi e Suoli per Valutare le Deposizioni di Elementi in Tracce nella Regione Piemonte.CENCI R.m.; BEONE G. m.; DABERGAMI D.; NAPPI P.; BARBERIS R.; BESOZZI A.; MUSMECI L.Articles in Journals
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