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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Analysis of Changes Over 44 Years in the Phytoplankton of Lake Võrtsjärv (Estonia): The effect of Nutrients, Climate and the Investigator on Phytoplankton-Based Water Quality IndicesNOGES Peeter; MISCHKE U; SOLIMINI Angelo; LAUGASTE R.Articles in Journals
2009Assessment of the Ecological Status of European Surface Waters: A Work in ProgressNOGES Peeter; VAN DE BUND Wouter; CARDOSO Ana; SOLIMINI Angelo; HEISKANEN Anna-StiinaArticles in Journals
2010Chapter 14 - The Impact of the Changing Climate on Seasonal Dynamics of PhytoplanktonNOGES Peeter; ADRIAN Rita; ANNEVILLE Orlane; ARVOLA Lauri; BLENCKNER Thorsten; GEORGE Glen D.; JANKOWSKI Thomas; JARVINEN Marko; MABERLY Stephen C.; PADISAK Judit, et alArticles in books
2010Chapter 17. Regional and Supra-Regional Coherence in Limnological VariablesLIVINGSTONE David; ADRIAN Rita; ARVOLA Lauri; BLENCKNER Thorsten; DOKULIL Martin; HARI Renata E.; GEORGE Glen D.; JANKOWSKI Thomas; JARVINEN Marko; JENNINGS Eleanor, et alArticles in books
2010Chapter 6. The Impact of the Changing Climate on the Thermal Characteristics of LakesARVOLA Lauri; GEORGE Glen D.; LIVINGSTONE David; JARVINEN Marko; BLENCKNER Thorsten; DOKULIL Martin; JENNINGS Eleanor; NIC AONGUSA Caitriona; NOGES Peeter; NOGES Tiina, et alArticles in books
2010Chapter 8. The Impact of the Changing Climate on the Supply and Recycling of PhosphorusPETTERSSON Kurt; GEORGE Glen D.; NOGES Peeter; NOGES Tiina; BLENCKNER ThorstenArticles in books
2010Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies already in practice based on the 1st River Basin Management Plans of the EU Member StatesNOGES Tiina, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Climate Driven Changes in the Spawring of Roach (Rutilus Rutilus (L.) ) and Bream (Abramis Brama (L.) ) in the Estonian Part of the Narva River BasinNOGES PEETER, et alArticles in Journals
2008Climate-Related Changes in Terrestrial and Freshwater Ecosystems. 4.4. Freshwater EcosystemsSMITH Benjamin, et alArticles in books
2010Climate-Related Changes of Phytoplankton Seasonality in Large Shallow Lake Võrtsjärv, EstoniaNOGES Peeter, et alArticles in Journals
2009Clustering Large Lakes and Reservoirs in Europe on the Basis of their Morphometry, Catchment, and Climatic ConditionsNOGES PEETER, et alContributions to Conferences
2006Comparison of Spectral and Broad-band Models for Computing Photosynthetically Absorbed Radiation in Turbid WatersARST Helgi, et alArticles in Journals
2005Consequences of Catchment Processes and Climatic Changes on the Ecology Status of Large Shallow Temperate LakesNOGES T., et alArticles in books
2010Contemporary Trends of Temperature, Nutrient Loading and Water Quality in Large Lakes Peipsi and Võrtsjärv, EstoniaNOGES Tiina, et alArticles in Journals
2008Critical N:P Ratio for Cyanobacteria and N2-Fixing Species in the Large Shallow Temperate Lakes Peipsi and Võrtsjärv, North-East EuropeNOGES TIINA, et alArticles in Journals
2003The Determination of Ecological Quality in -Shallow Lakes. A Tested System (ECOFRAME) for Implementation of the European Water Framework Directive.VAN DE BUND W., et alArticles in Journals
2006Ecological Processes in Macrophyte- and Phytoplankton-Dominated Shallow LakesNOGES PEETERArticles in Journals
2010Effect of Chlorophyll Sampling Design on Water Quality Assessment in Thermally Stratified LakesNOGES Peeter, et alArticles in Journals
2007Factors Controlling Macrophyte Distribution in Large Shallow Lake VõrtsjärvFELDMANN Tonu, et alArticles in Journals
2005General Description of Partly Meromictic Hypertrophic Lake Verevi, its Ecological Status, Changes during the Past Eight Decades, and Restoration ProblemsOTT Ingmar, et alArticles in Journals
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