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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1995Application of Spectrofluorimetric Techniques to the Study of Marine Mucilages in the Adriatic Sea. Preliminary ResultsMINGAZZINI M.; COLOMBO S.; FERRARI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1989Behaviour of Cd, Pb and Cu in the Marine Deltaic Area of the Po River (North Adriatic Sea)FERRARI Giovanni; FERRARIO P.Articles in Journals
1998CDOM Absorption Characteristics with Relation to Fluorescence and Salinity in Coastal Area of the Southern Baltic Sea.FERRARI Giovanni; DOWELL MarkArticles in Journals
1988Considerazioni sul Particellato MarinoFERRARI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1991Influence of pH and Heavy Metals in the Determination of Yellow Substance in Estuarine AreasFERRARI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1995Instrument Self-Shading in Underwater Optical Measurements. Experimenta DataZIBORDI Giuseppe; FERRARI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1996L'Analisi Spettroscopica per Fluorescenza Sincrona nello Studio delle Sostanze OrganicheExtracellulari dell'Ulva rigida C.Ag.FERRARI Giovanni; TARGA CristinaArticles in Journals
1998Measurement of Light Absorption by Acquatic Particles Retained on Filters. Determination of the Optical Pathlength Amplification by the "Transmittance-Reflectance" Method.TASSAN Stelvio; FERRARI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1999Measurement of the Light Absorption of Aquatic Particles Retained on Filtres: Determination of the Optical Pathlength Amplification by the "Transmittance-Reflectance" Method.TASSAN Stelvio; FERRARI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1991Measurement of Yellow Substance Absorption and Evaluation of its Influence on the Remote Sensing of Water Quality in the Gulf of Naples. A Case StudyTASSAN Stelvio; FERRARI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1988Metaux Lourds dans les Mers d'Europe. Campagne Oceanographique du CERBOM en 1986FERRARI Giovanni; CAVALLI Paolo; OOMS Marinus; BO Franco; TOUSSAINT Nicolaas; AUBERT M.Articles in Journals
1998A Method for the Experimental Determination of Light Absorption by Aquatic Heterotrophic Bacteria.FERRARI Giovanni; TASSAN StelvioArticles in Journals
1991On the Accuracy of the Determination of Light Absorption by "Yellow Substance" through Induced Fluorescence MeasurementsTASSAN Stelvio; FERRARI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1997Optical Properties of the Water in the Deltaic Environment. Prospective Tool to Analyse Satellite Data in Turbid Waters.FERRARI Giovanni; MINGAZZINI M.Articles in Journals
1995A Proposal for the Measurement of Backward and Total Scattering by Mineral Particles Suspended in WaterTASSAN Stelvio; FERRARI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1996Relationship between the Optical Properties of Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter and Total Concentration of Dissolved Organic Carbon in the Southern Baltic Sea RegionFERRARI Giovanni; GROSSI Stefania; TARGA CristinaArticles in Journals
1990Suivi par Teledetection des Changements d'Etat de Surface sur les Bassins Versants du Haut-Senegal, de la Gambie et du Rio corubal 9Novembre 87 - Decembre 88)GREGOIRE Jean-marie; FERRARI GiovanniContributions to Conferences
1995Synchronous Fluorescence Spectra of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) of Algal Origin in Marine Coastal WatersFERRARI Giovanni; MINGAZZINI M.Articles in Journals
1996Use of the 0.22 /um Millipore Membrane for Light-Transmission Measurements of Acquatic Particles.FERRARI Giovanni; TASSAN StelvioArticles in Journals
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