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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Assessment of Large Scale Eutrophication Driven Oxygen Depletion Risk in the Black SeaSCHRIMPF Wolfram; DRUON Jean-Noel; KAMBURSKA LYUDMILA; DJAVIDNIA Samuel; PENEVA Elisaveta; STIPS ADOLF; CHALLIS JudithContributions to Conferences
2003Control of Black Sea Intermediate Water Mass Formation by Dynamics and Topography: Comparison of Numerical Simulations, Survey and Satellite Data.STANEV E.; BOWNAM Malcom j.; PENEVA Elisaveta; STANEVA Joanna v.Articles in Journals
2005Numerical Simulations of Black Sea and Adjoined Azov Sea, Forced with Climatological and Meteorological Reanalysis DataSTIPS ADOLF; PENEVA ElisavetaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Oxygen Depletion Risk Indices - OXYRISK & PSA V2.0 - New Developments, Structure and Software ContentDJAVIDNIA Samuel; DRUON Jean-Noel; SCHRIMPF Wolfram; STIPS ADOLF; PENEVA Elisaveta; DOBRICIC Srdjan; VOGT PETEREUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Realistic Multiannual Simulations of the Coupled North Sea and Baltic Sea System Using the Getm ModelSTIPS ADOLF; BOLDING Karsten; BURCHARD Hans; DJAVIDNIA Samuel; PENEVA ElisavetaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004The Recent Evolution of the Aral Sea Level and Water Properties: Analysis of Satellite, Gauge and Hydro-Meteorological Data.PENEVA Elisaveta; STANEV E.; STANYCHNI S.v.; SALOKHIDDINOV A.; STULINA G.Articles in Journals
2005Temporal and Spatial Patterns of Sea Level in Inland Basins: Recent Events in the Aral SeaSTANEV E.v.; PENEVA Elisaveta; MERCIER F.Articles in Journals
2004Temporal and Spatial Patterns of Seal Level in Inland Basins: Recent Events in the Aral Sea.STANEV E. v.; PENEVA Elisaveta; MERCIER F.Articles in Journals
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