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2008Classifying Aquatic Macrophytes as Indicators of Eutrophication in European LakesPENNING Ellis; MJELDE Marit; DUDLEY Bernard; HELLSTEN Seppo; HANGANU Jenica; KOLADA Agniezska; VAN DEN BERG Marcel; POIKANE Sandra; PHILLIPS Geoff; WILLBY Nigel, et alArticles in Journals
2013Ecological status assessment of European lakes: a comparison of metrics for phytoplankton, macrophytes, benthic invertebrates and fishLYCHE SOLHEIM Anne; FELD Christian; BIRK Sebastian; PHILLIPS Geoff; CARVALHO Laurence; MORABITO Giuseppe; MISCHKE U; WILLBY Nigel; SONDERGAARD Martin; HELLSTEN Seppo, et alArticles in Journals
2008First Steps in the Central-Baltic Intercalibration Exercise on Lake Macrophytes: Where Do We Start?TOTH Laszlo; POIKANE Sandra; PENNING Ellis; MAEMETS Helle; KOLADA Agniezska; HANGANU Jenica; FREE GaryArticles in Journals
2008Using Aquatic Macrophyte Community Indices to Define the Ecological Status of European LakesPENNING Ellis; DUDLEY Bernard; MJELDE Marit; HELLSTEN Seppo; HANGANU Jenica; KOLADA Agniezska; VAN DEN BERG Marcel; POIKANE Sandra; PHILLIPS Geoff; WILLBY Nigel, et alArticles in Journals
2014Water Framework Directive Intercalibration Technical Report: Central Baltic Lake Macrophyte ecological assessment methodsPORTIELJE ROB; BERTRIN Vincent; DENYS Luc; GRINBERGA Laura; KAROTTKI Ivan; KOLADA Agniezska; KRASOVSKIENE Jolanta; LEIPUTE Gustina; MAEMETS Helle; OTT Ingmar, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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