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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Agrometeorological forecastingGOMMES RENE; DAS Haripada; MARIANI Luigi; CHALLINOR Andrew; TYCHON Bernard; BALAGHI Riad; DAWOD M.a.a.Articles in books
2013The Challenges of index-based insurance for food security in developing countriesGOMMES Rene; KAYITAKIRE FrancoisBooks
2011Climate science in support of sustainable agricultureRAMASAMY Selvaraju; GOMMES RENE; BERNARDI MicheleArticles in Journals
2002Initiative to Quantify Terrestrial Carbon Sources and Sinks.CIHLAR Josef; DENNING Scott; AHERN Frank; ARINO Olivier; BELWARD Alan steven; BRETHERTON Francis; CRAMER Wolfgang; DEDIEU Gerard; FIELD Christopher; FRANCEY Roger, et alArticles in Journals
2014Investigating the relationship between the inter-annual variability of satellite-derived vegetation phenology and a proxy of biomass production in the SahelMERONI Michele; REMBOLD Felix; VERSTRAETE Michel m.; GOMMES Rene; SCHUCKNECHT ANNE; BEYE GoraArticles in Journals
2003Proceedings of the International Workshop on Crop and Rangeland Monitoring in Eastern Africa, 28-30 January 2003, Nairobi, Kenya.RIJKS D.; REMBOLD Felix; NEGRE Thierry; GOMMES Rene; CHERLET MichaelBooks
2008The Second international Workshop on Crop and Rangeland Monitoring in Eastern AfricaRIJKS Derk; MASSART Michel; REMBOLD Felix; GOMMES Rene; LEO OlivierEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010There Is No Such Thing as an Average: How Farmers Manage Uncertainty Related to Climate and Other FactorsFAURÈS Jean-Marc; BERNARDI Michele; GOMMES RENEArticles in Journals
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