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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Accounting for Small-scale Emission and Concentration Variability in Air Quality ModelsGALMARINI STEFANO; VINUESA JEAN; MARTILLI AlbertoContributions to Conferences
2010Advancing Approaches to the Evaluation of Regional Scale Photochemical Air Quality Modeling SystemsGALMARINI Stefano; STEYN DouwEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Air Quality Ground-Based ObservationalSOLAZZO EFISIO; BIANCONI Roberto; PIROVANO G.; MORAN M.d.; BELLASIO R.; GALMARINI StefanoArticles in Journals
2011Air Quality Model Evaluation International Initiative (AQMEII) - Advancing State-of-Science in Air Pollution Modeling and its ApplicationsS. TRIVIKRAMA Rao; GALMARINI Stefano; KEITH PuckettArticles in Journals
2002Air Quality Modelling and Atmospheric Model Evaluation.CUVELIER Cornelis; GALMARINI Stefano; GRAZIANI Giovanni; THUNIS PhilippeArticles in Journals
2010The AQMEII Two-continent Regional Air Quality Model Evaluation Study - Fueling Ideas with Unprecedented DataGALMARINI Stefano; RAO S. TrivikramaArticles in Journals
2004Can the Confidence in Long Range Atmospheric Transport Models Be Increased? The Pan European Experience of ENSEMBLE.GALMARINI Stefano; BIANCONI Roberto; KLUG W.; MIKKELSEN T.; ADDIS R.; ANDRONOPOULOS Spyros; ASTRUP P.; BAKLANOV A.; BARTNIKI J.; BARTZIS J.c., et alArticles in Journals
2007Characterization of the 222-Rn Family Turbulent Transport in the Convective Atmospheric Boundary LayerVINUESA JEAN; GALMARINI STEFANOArticles in Journals
2006Characterization of the 222-Rn Family Turbulent Transport in the Convective Atmospheric Boundary LayerVINUESA JEAN; GALMARINI STEFANOArticles in Journals
2011Comparison of Dispersion Models by Using Fuzzy Similarity RelationsCIARAMELLA Angelo; RICCIO Angelo; GALMARINI Stefano; Giunta Giulio; POTEMPSKI SlawomirContributions to Conferences
1999Consequences of Averaging Operations and Grid Stretching on the Atmospheric Conservation Equations.GALMARINI Stefano; THUNIS PhilippeArticles in Journals
2012Decoupling economic growth from carbon dioxide emissions: A decomposition analysis of Italian energy consumptionANDREONI Valeria; GALMARINI StefanoArticles in Journals
2004The Dispersion of chemically Reactive Species in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer.VILA-GUERAU DE A. Jordi; DOSIO A.; VINUESA J.f.; HOLTSLAG A.a.m.; GALMARINI StefanoArticles in Journals
2007The Diurnal Evolution of 222-Rn and its Progeny in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer during the Wangara ExperimentVINUESA JEAN; BASU SUKANTA; GALMARINI STEFANOArticles in Journals
2007The diurnal evolution of 222-Rn and its progeny in the atmospheric boundary layer during the Wangara experimentVINUESA JEAN; BASU Sukanta; GALMARINI STEFANOArticles in Journals
2006EC-JRC Ensemble Approach to Long Range Atmospheric DispersionGALMARINI STEFANOContributions to Conferences
2008The ENSEMBLE Analysis for the ETEX ExperimentsPOTEMPSKI Slawomir; GALMARINI STEFANOContributions to Conferences
2011ENSEMBLE and AMET: Two systems and approaches to a harmonized, simplified and efficient facility for air quality models development and evaluationGALMARINI Stefano; SOLAZZO EFISIO; BIANCONI Roberto; APPEL W.; MOSCA S.; GROSSI P.; MORAN M.d.; SCHERE Kenneth; RAO S. TrivikramaArticles in Journals
2004ENSEMBLE Dispersion Modelling. Part I. Concept, Approach and Indicators.GALMARINI Stefano; BIANCONI Roberto; KLUG W.; MIKKELSEN T.; ADDIS R.; ANDRONOPOULOS Spyros; ASTRUP P.; BAKLANOV A.; BARTNIKI J.; BARTZIS J.c., et alArticles in Journals
2004ENSEMBLE Dispersion Modelling. Part II. Application and Evaluation.GALMARINI Stefano; BIANCONI Roberto; ADDIS R.; ANDRONOPOULOS Spyros; ASTRUP P.; BARTZIS J.c.; BELLASIO Roberto; BUCKLEY R.; CHAMPION H.; D AMOURS R., et alArticles in Journals
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