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2009Description of Nine Nutrient Loss Models: Capabilities and Suitability Based on Their CharacteristicsSCHOUMANS O.; SILGRAM M.; GROENENDIJK P.; BOURAOUI Faycal; ANDERSEN H.; KRONVANG B.; ARHEIMER B.; JOHNSSON H.; PANAGOPOULOS Y.; MIMIKOU M., et alArticles in Journals
2009Ensemble Modelling of Nutrient Loads and Nutrient Load Partitioning in 17 European CatchmentsKRONVANG B.; BEHRENDT H.; ANDERSEN H.; ARHEIMER B.; BARR A.; BORGVANG S.; BOURAOUI Faycal; GRIZZETTI Bruna; GRANLUND K.; GROENENDIJK P.; SCHWAIGER E.; HEJZLAR J.; HOFFMANN L.; JOHNSSON H.; PANAGOPOULOS Y.; LO PORTO A.; REISSER H.; SCHOUMANS O.; ANTHONY S.; SILGRAM M.; VENOHR M.; LARSEN S.e.Articles in Journals
2009Evaluation of Diffuse Pollution Model Applications in EUROHARP Catchments with Limited DataSILGRAM M.; ANTHONY .; COLLINS .; STROMQVIST J.; BOURAOUI Faycal; SCHOUMANS O.; LO PORTO A.; GROENENDIJK P.; ARHEIMER B.; MIMIKOU M.; JOHNSSON H.Articles in Journals
2009Evaluation of the Difference of Eight Model Applications to Assess Diffuse Annual Nutrient Losses from Agricultural LandSCHOUMANS O.; SILGRAM M.; WALVOORT D.; GROENENDIJK P.; BOURAOUI Faycal; ANDERSEN H.; LO PORTO A.; REISSER H.; LE GALL G.; ANTHONY S.; ARHEIMER B.; JOHNSSON H.; PANAGOPOULOS Y.; MIMIKOU M.; ZWEYNERT U.; BEHRENDT H.; BARR A.Articles in Journals
2009Subannual Models for Catchment Management: Evaluating Model Performance on Three European CatchmentsSILGRAM M.; SCHOUMANS O.; WALVOORT D.; ANTHONY .; GROENENDIJK P.; STROMQVIST J.; BOURAOUI Faycal; ARHEIMER B.; KAPETANAKI M.; LO PORTO A.; MARTENSSON K.Articles in Journals
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