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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Assessing GHG default emissions from biofuels in the EU legislation. Review of input database to calculate “Default GHG emissions”, following expert consultation, 22-23 November 2011, Ispra (Italy)EDWARDS Robert; MULLIGAN DECLAN; GIUNTOLI JACOPO; AGOSTINI ALESSANDRO; BOULAMANTI AIKATERINI; KOEBLE RENATE; MARELLI Luisa; MORO ALBERTO; PADELLA MONICAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Biofuels: a New Methodology to Estimate GHG Emissions Due to Global Land Use Change - A methodology involving spatial allocation of agricultural land demand, calculation of carbon stocks and estimation of N2O emissionsHIEDERER Roland; RAMOS Fabien; CAPITANI Claudia; KOEBLE RENATE; BLUJDEA Viorel; MULLIGAN DECLAN; MARELLI Luisa; GOMEZ OscarEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Critical Issues in Estimating ILUC Emissions - Outcomes of an Expert ConsultationMARELLI Luisa; MULLIGAN DECLAN; EDWARDS RobertEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010The Effects of Increased Demand for Biofuels Feedstocks on the World Agricultural Markets and Areas - Outcomes of a Workshop 10-11 February 2010, Ispra (Italy)MULLIGAN DECLAN; EDWARDS Robert; MARELLI Luisa; SCARLAT NICOLAE; BRANDAO MIGUEL; MONFORTI-FERRARIO FabioEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Indirect Land Use Change From Increased Biofuels Demand - Comparison of Models and Results for Marginal Biofuels Production from Different FeedstocksEDWARDS Robert; MULLIGAN DECLAN; MARELLI LuisaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Letter to the Editor on the article “Indirect land use change for biofuels: Testing predictions and improving analytical methodologies” by S. Kim and B. DaleO'HARE Michael; DE LUCCHI Mark; EDWARDS Robert; FRITSCHE Uwe; GIBBS Holly; HERTEL Thomas; HILL Jason; KAMMEN Daniel; MARELLI Luisa; MULLIGAN DECLAN, et alArticles in Journals
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