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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Geomatics in support of the Common Agricultural Policy - Proceedings of the 13th MARS PAC Annual Conference, 2007 Palacio de Congresos, Madrid 12th-14th November 2007LOUDJANI PHILIPPE; KAY SIMON; PIZZIOL Paolo; ROWLANDS AndrewEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Geomatics in support of the Common Agricultural Policy - Proceedings of the 16th GeoCAP Annual Conference, 2010TASDEMIR KADIM; LOUDJANI Philippe; ANGILERI Vincenzo; HEJMANOWSKA BEATA; LUCAU DANILA COZMIN-CATALIN; MILENOV Pavel; WIRNHARDT CSABA; PIZZIOL PaoloBooks
2012Geomatics in support of the Common Agricultural Policy - Proceedings of the 17th GeoCAP Annual Conference, 2011FASBENDER DOMINIQUE; TASDEMIR KADIM; LOUDJANI Philippe; ANGILERI Vincenzo; LUCAU DANILA COZMIN-CATALIN; MILENOV Pavel; DEVOS Wim; DE KOK ROELAND; LEMAJIC SLAVKO; TARKO AGNIESZKA JÓZEFA, et alBooks
2009LPIS (Land Parcel Identification System) to manage GM/conventional maize co-existence in the EU intensive agricultural region of LombardyPIZZIOL Paolo; FASOLINI Dante; BRUGNA ElenaContributions to Conferences
2007On-farm Geotraceability as Advanced Tool for a Competitive and Sustainable AgriculturePIZZIOL PAOLO; LOUDJANI PHILIPPE; GRANDGIRARD DAVIDContributions to Conferences
2008Proceedings of Workshop on Benefit-cost Analysis of Traceability in the Agri-food ChainPIZZIOL PaoloBooks
2008Traceability in the EU: an Opportunity for the Common Agricultural PolicyPIZZIOL PAOLO; LOUDJANI PHILIPPEArticles in books
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