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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Elements for the Expected Mechanisms on Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation, REDD under UNFCCCMOLLICONE Danilo; FREIBAUER A.; SCHULZE E.d.; BRAATZ S.; GRASSI GIACOMO; FEDERICI S.Articles in Journals
2007Including Land Use, Land-use Change, and Forestry in Future Climate Change, Agreements: Thinking Outside the BoxBENNDORF R.; FEDERICI S.; FORNER C.; RAMETSTEINER E.; SANZ M.j.; SOMOGYI Z.Articles in Journals
2003Land Use Change Monitoring in the Framework of the UNFCCC and Its Kyoto Protocol. Report on Current Capabilities of Satellite Remote Sensing TechnologyMOLLICONE Danilo; ACHARD Frederic; EVA Hugh douglas; BELWARD Alan steven; FEDERICI S.; LUMICISI Antonio; RIZZO Valeria; STIBIG H.-j.; VALENTINI RiccardoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2003Making Deforestation Pay under the Kyoto Protocol?SCHULZE Ernst-detlef; MOLLICONE Danilo; ACHARD Frederic; MATTEUCCI Giorgio; FEDERICI S.; EVA Hugh douglas; VALENTINI RiccardoArticles in Journals
2002Net CO2-Exchange Rates in Three Different Successional Stages of the "Dark Taiga" of Central Siberia.ROSER Carola; MONTAGNANI Leonardo; SCHULZE E. d.; MOLLICONE Danilo; KOLLE Olaf; MERONI Michele; PAPALE Dario; BELELLI MARCHESINI Luca; FEDERICI S.; VALENTINI RiccardoArticles in Journals
2002A Remote Sensing Based Approach to Determine Forest Fire Cycle: Case Study of the Yenisei Dark Taiga.MOLLICONE Danilo; ACHARD Frederic; BELELLI Luca; FEDERICI S.; WIRTH Christian; LEIPOLD Martina; ROSELLINI Stefano; SCHULZE E. d.; VALENTINI RiccardoArticles in Journals
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