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2013Good Environmental Status of marine ecosystems: What is it and how do we know when we have attained it?BORJA Angel; ELLIOTT Mike; ANDERSEN Jesper H.; CARSTENSENSEN Jacob; CARDOSO Ana; FERREIRA Joao; HEISKANEN Ana-stiina; MARQUES Joao Carlos; NETO João M.; GONCALVES TEIXEIRA HELIANA, et alArticles in Journals
2008The Monitoring of Ecological Status of European FreshwatersSOLIMINI Angelo; CARDOSO Ana; CARSTENSEN J.; FREE Gary; HEISKANEN Ana-stiina; JEPSEN Niels; NOGES Peeter; POIKANE Sandra; VAN DE BUND WouterArticles in books
2011Overview of eutrophication indicators to assess environmental status within the European Marine Strategy Framework DirectiveFERREIRA Joao; ANDERSEN Jesper H.; BORJA Angel; BRICKER Suzanne; CAMP Jordi; CARDOSO DA SILVA Margarida; GARCES Esther; HEISKANEN Ana-stiina; HUMBORG Christoph; IGNATIADES Lydia, et alArticles in Journals
2004Towards Good Ecological Status of Surface Waters in Europe. Intepretation and Harmonisation of the Concept.HEISKANEN Ana-stiina; VAN DE BUND W.; CARDOSO A. c.; NOGES PeeterArticles in Journals
2009Water Framework Directive Intercalibration Technical Report - Part 3: Coastal and Transitioal WatersCARLETTI A.; HEISKANEN Ana-stiinaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2003The WFD Intercalibration Network. Progress to Date.NOGES Peeter; HEISKANEN Ana-stiina; VAN DE BUND W.; CARDOSO A. c.Contributions to Conferences
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