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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Current systematic carbon cycle observations and needs for implementing a policy-relevant carbon observing systemCIAIS P.; DOLMAN A. J.; BOMBELLI A.; DUREN R.; PEREGON A.; RAYNER P.; MILLER C.; GOBRON Nadine; KINDERMAN G.; MARLAND G., et alArticles in Journals
2011Drought and ecosystem carbon cyclingVAN DER MOLEN Michiel K.; DOLMAN A. J.; CIAIS P.; EGLIN T.; GOBRON Nadine; LAW Beverly; MEIR P.; PETERS W.; PHILLIPS O.l.; REICHSTEIN Markus, et alArticles in Journals
2011Exploiting the MODIS albedos with the Two-stream Inversion Package (JRC-TIP): 1. Effective leaf area index, vegetation, and soil propertiesPINTY Bernard; ANDREDAKIS Ioannis; CLERICI Marco; KAMINSKI Thomas; TABERNER Malcolm; VERSTRAETE Michel; GOBRON Nadine; PLUMMER Stephen; WIDLOWSKI Jean-LucArticles in Journals
2011Exploiting the MODIS albedos with the Two‐stream Inversion Package (JRC‐TIP): 2. Fractions of transmitted and absorbed fluxes in the vegetation and soil layersPINTY Bernard; CLERICI Marco; ANDREDAKIS Ioannis; KAMINSKI Thomas; TABERNER Malcolm; VERSTRAETE Michel; GOBRON Nadine; PLUMMER Stephen; WIDLOWSKI Jean-LucArticles in Journals
2007GlobCover: ESA Service for Global Land Cover from MERISARINO Olivier; GROSS Dorit; RANERA Frank; BOURG Ludovic; LEROY Marc; BICHERON Patrice; LATHAM John; DI GREGORIO Antonio; BROCKMANN Carsten; WITT Ron, et alContributions to Conferences
2002Initiative to Quantify Terrestrial Carbon Sources and Sinks.CIHLAR Josef; DENNING Scott; AHERN Frank; ARINO Olivier; BELWARD Alan steven; BRETHERTON Francis; CRAMER Wolfgang; DEDIEU Gerard; FIELD Christopher; FRANCEY Roger, et alArticles in Journals
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