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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Global Air Quality and Health Co-Benefits of Mitigating Near-Term Climate Change through Methane and Black Carbon Emission ControlsANENBERG S.; SCHWARTZ Joel; SHINDELL D.; AMANN M.; FALUVEGI G.; KLIMONT Z.; JANSSENS-MAENHOUT Greet; POZZOLI Luca; VAN DINGENEN Rita; VIGNATI Elisabetta, et alArticles in Journals
2010Global Assessment of Nitrogen Deposition Effects on Terrestrial Plant Diversity: A SynthesisBOBBINK Roland; HICKS Kevin; GALLOWAY James; SPRANGER T.; ALKEMADE R.; ASHMORE M.; BUSTAMANTE M.; CINDERBY S.; DAVIDSON E.; DENTENER Franciscus, et alArticles in Journals
2011N deposition as a threat to the World’s protected areas under the Convention on Biological DiversityBLEEKER Albert; HICKS Kevin; DENTENER Franciscus; GALLOWAY James; ERISMAN Jan WillemArticles in Journals
2011Nitrogen in Current European PoliciesOenema Oene; BLEEKER Albert; BRAATHEN Nils Axel; BULL Keith; CERMAK Pavel; GEUPEL Markus; BUDNAKOVA Michaela; HICKS Kevin; HOFT Robert; KOZLOVA Natalie, et alArticles in books
2012Simultaneously Mitigating Near-Term Climate Change and Improving Human Health and Food SecuritySHINDELL D.; KUYLENSTIERNA Johan C. I.; VIGNATI Elisabetta; VAN DINGENEN Rita; AMMANN Markus; KLIMONT Z.; ANENBERG S.; MULLER Nicholas Z.; JANSSENS-MAENHOUT Greet; RAES Frank, et alArticles in Journals
2008Soil Sensitivity to Acidification in Asia: Spatial and Temporal TrendsHICKS Kevin; KUYLENSTIERNA Johan C. I.; OWEN Anne; DENTENER FRANCISCUS; SEIP Hans-Martin; RODHE HenningArticles in Journals
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