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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012eHabitat, a multi-purpose Web Processing Service for ecological modellingDUBOIS Gregoire; SCHULZ ANDREAS MICHAEL; SKOIEN JON; BASTIN Lucy; PEEDELL StephenArticles in Journals
2013eSpecies. An e-service for mapping speciesCOTTAM ANDREW JAMES; SCHULZ ANDREAS MICHAEL; TEMPERLEY HUMPHREY WILLIAM; DUBOIS GregoireEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013An introduction to the Digital Observatory for Protected Areas (DOPA) and the DOPA Explorer (Beta)DUBOIS Gregoire; SCHULZ ANDREAS MICHAEL; SKOIEN JON; COTTAM ANDREW JAMES; TEMPERLEY HUMPHREY WILLIAM; CLERICI Marco; DRAKOU EVANGELIA; VAN'T KLOOSTER Jurriaan; VERBEECK BART ALBERT; PALUMBO ILARIA, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013A Model Web approach to modelling climate change in biomes of Important Bird AreasSKOIEN JON; SCHULZ ANDREAS MICHAEL; DUBOIS Gregoire; FISHER Ian; BALMAN Mark; MAY Ian; O'TUAMA EamonnArticles in Journals
2012Uncertainty propagation between web services – a case study using the eHabitat WPS to identify unique ecosystemsSCHULZ ANDREAS MICHAEL; SKOIEN JON; GERHARZ Lydia; DUBOIS Gregoire; PEBESMA EdzerContributions to Conferences
2011Uncertainty propagation in chained web based modelling services: the case of eHabitatSKOIEN JON; SCHULZ ANDREAS MICHAEL; DUBOIS Gregoire; JONES Richard; HEUVELINK Gerard; CORNFORD DanContributions to Conferences
2012Which Service Interfaces fit the Model Web?SCHADE SVEN; OSTLAENDER Nicole; GRANELL CANUT CARLOS; SCHULZ ANDREAS MICHAEL; MC INERNEY DANIEL; DUBOIS Gregoire; VACCARI LORENZINO; CHINOSI MICHELE; DIAZ Laura; BASTIN Lucy, et alContributions to Conferences
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