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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Adapting Soil Data Bases Practices to the Proposed EU INSPIRE DirectiveDUSART JEANArticles in books
2009Comparison Workshop on a European Digital Elevation ModelMISEREZ Katleen; PEEDELL Stephen; STROBL Peter; DUFOURMONT HANS ANTOON ALFONS; DUSART JeanEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Developing a pan-European Data Base of Drainage Newtorks and Catchment Boundaries from a 100 Meter DEMVOGT JUERGEN; SOILLE PIERRE; DE JAGER ALFRED; RIMAVICIUTE ERIKA; HAASTRUP PALLE; PARACCHINI MARIA-LUISA; MEHL WOLFGANG; DUSART JEAN; BODIS KATALIN; FOISNEAU Stephanie, et alContributions to Conferences
2012The European Union INSPIRE geo-portal: Current state of development and lessons learnedDUSART Jean; SMITH Robin; PEREGO ANDREA; QUAGLIA Angelo; DALLA BENETTA ALESSANDRO; KANELLOPOULOS IoannisContributions to Conferences
2008INSPIRE: Progress in Building the European SDIDUSART JeanContributions to Conferences
2010IT Convergence between Data Centres Pilot StudyHARDY Matthew; DE LONGUEVILLE Bertrand; DUSART JeanEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007A pan-European River and Catchment DatabaseVOGT JUERGEN; SOILLE PIERRE; DE JAGER ALFRED; RIMAVICIUTE ERIKA; MEHL WOLFGANG; FOISNEAU Stéphanie; BODIS KATALIN; DUSART JEAN; PARACCHINI MARIA-LUISA; HAASTRUP PALLE, et alJRC Reference Reports
2007Review and Improvements of Existing Delimitations of Rural Areas in EuropeJONARD François; LAMBOTTE Michel; BAMPS CATHARINA; DUSART JEAN; TERRES JEANEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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