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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Assessing the Dynamics of Ecological Provinces in the European SeasHOEPFFNER NICOLAS; DOWELL MARKEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Assessing the Uncertainties of Model Estimates of Primary Productivity in the Tropical Pacific OceanFRIEDRICH Marjorie; CARR Mary-Elena; BARBER Richard; SCARDI Michele; ANTOINE David, et alArticles in Journals
2008Assessment of Global Ocean Colour Products against In-situ DatasetsCLERICI MARCO; MELIN FREDERIC; HOEPFFNER NICOLASEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Availability of Coastal and Marine Data and Potential Applications for Development Co-operationNYKJAER LEO; HOEPFFNER NICOLASEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Biogeochemical CyclesHOEPFFNER Nicolas; MELIN Frederic; DOWELL Mark; MARRA John; SAINO Toshiro, et alArticles in books
2013Bridging the gap between ecosystem modelling tools and geographic information systems: Driving a food web model with external spatial-temporal dataSTEENBEEK Jeroen; COLL Marta; GURNEY LEIGH; MELIN Frederic; HOEPFFNER Nicolas, et alArticles in Journals
2010Challenges of Modeling Depth-Integrated Marine Primary Productivity over Mutliple Decades: A Case Study at BATS and HOTSABA Vincent; FRIEDRICHS Marjorie; CARR Mary-Elena; ANTOINE David; ARMSTRONG Robert, et alArticles in Journals
2009Chapter 3: Regional ConsiderationsHOEPFFNER Nicolas; RAMAN MiniArticles in books
2009Chapter 5: Applications to Biogeochemical Cycles and Global Climate ChangeDUTKIEWICZ Stephanie; BEAUGRAND Gregory; HOEPFFNER Nicolas; KAMYKOWSKI Daniel; MELIN FredericArticles in books
2009Chapter 6 - Applications to Marine Resources and BiodiversityMORALES Jesus; SATHYENDRANATH Shubha; BEAUGRAND Gregory; HOEPFFNER Nicolas; MATA AntonioArticles in books
2009Chapter 7: Building links with the Fishing, Aquaculture and Management CommunitiesBUNDY Alida; BORSTAD Gary; FIELD John; GROOM Steve; HOEPFFNER Nicolas, et alArticles in books
2009Comparative Analysis of the Multi-Sensor Global Ocean Colour Data RecordDJAVIDNIA Samuel; MELIN Frederic; HOEPFFNER NicolasArticles in Journals
2010Comparison of Global Ocean Colour Data RecordsDJAVIDNIA Samuel; MELIN Frederic; HOEPFFNER NicolasArticles in Journals
2009Data Assembly and Processing for Operational Oceanography: 10 Years of AchievementsLE TRAON Pierre-Yves; LARNICOL Gilles; GUINEHUT S.; POULIQUEN S.; BENTAMY A., et alArticles in Journals
2011An evaluation of ocean color model estimates of marine primary productivity in coastal and pelagic regions across the globe.SABA Vincent; FRIEDRICHS Marjorie; ANTOINE David; ARMSTRONG Robert; ASANUMA Ichio, et alArticles in Journals
2014In-Depth Assessment of the EU Member States’ Submissions for the Marine Strategy Framework Directive under articles 8, 9 and 10PALIALEXIS ANDREAS; TORNERO ALVAREZ MARIA; BARBONE ENRICO; GONZALEZ FERNANDEZ DANIEL; HANKE Georg, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Marine and Coastal Information Systems for Europe and AfricaHOEPFFNER Nicolas; CLERICI Marco; MARELLI AndreaContributions to Conferences
2013Marine monitoring in the European Union: How to fulfill the requirements for the marine strategy framework directive in an efficient and integrated wayZAMPOUKAS NIKOLAOS; PIHA Henna; BIGAGLI EMANUELE; HOEPFFNER Nicolas; HANKE Georg, et alArticles in Journals
2010Marine Strategy Framework Directive - Task Group 5 Report EutrophicationFERREIRA João; ANDERSEN Jesper; BORJA Angel; BRICKER Suzanne; CAMP Jordi, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Modelling the carbonate system to adequately quantify ocean acidificationCOUGHLAN CLARE; HOEPFFNER Nicolas; STIPS AdolfEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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