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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012ABC-IS Forest Flux Station - Report on Instrumentation, Operational Testing and First Months of MeasurementsGRUENING Carsten; GODED BALLARIN Ignacio; CESCATTI Alessandro; FACHINETTI Denis; FUMAGALLI Ivano; DUERR MarleneEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Crops' Responses to Ozone in Mediterranean EnvironmentsFAGNANO Massimo; MAGGIO Albino; FUMAGALLI IVANOArticles in Journals
2007Development of an Official Test Method for On-Board PM Measurements from Heavy-Duty Diesel Engines in the European UnionRUBINO LAURETTA; BONNEL PIERRE; KRASENBRINK ALOIS; CARRIERO MASSIMO; KUBELT JANEK; FUMAGALLI IVANO; MONTIGNY FRANCOIS; DE SANTI GIOVANNIContributions to Conferences
2012Field Evaluation of NanoEnvi Microsensors for O3 MonitoringGERBOLES Michel; FUMAGALLI Ivano; LAGLER Friedrich; YATKIN SINANEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006On-board PM Measurements: Status of Regulatory Developments and Instrumentation TechnologyRUBINO LAURETTA; BONNEL PIERRE; KRASENBRINK ALOIS; DE SANTI Giovanni; CARRIERO MASSIMO; KUBELT JANEK; MONTIGNY FRANCOIS; FUMAGALLI IVANOContributions to Conferences
2008Particle Measurement Programme (PMP) Heavy-Duty (HD) Inter-laboratory Exercise - Validation Exercise Tests at JRC (Phase A: Feb. '08 and Phase B: June '08)GIECHASKIEL Barouch; MARTINEZ-LOZANO Pablo; ALESSANDRINI Stefano; FORNI Fausto; MONTIGNY Francois; FUMAGALLI Ivano; CARRIERO Massimo; MARTINI GiorgioEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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