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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1997The BEMA-Project. Biogenic Emissions and CO2 Gas Exchange Investigated on Four Mediterranean Shrubs.HANSEN Ute; VAN EIJK Jacob; BERTIN Nadia; STAUDT Michael; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; FUGIT J.-l.; CECINATO A.; BRANCALEONI E.; CICCIOLI Paolo; BOMBOI MINGARRO M.t.Articles in Journals
1997The BEMA-Project. Diurnal and Seasonal Course of Monoterpene Emissions by Quercus olex I. under Natural Conditions. Application of Light and Temperature Algorithms.BERTIN Nadia; STAUDT Michael; HANSEN Ute; CICCIOLI Paolo; FOSTER Panayotis; FUGIT J.-l.Articles in Journals
1997The BEMA-Project. Seasonal and Diurnal Patterns of Monoterpene Emissions from Pinus pinea L. (it.) under Field Conditions.STAUDT Michael; BERTIN Nadia; HANSEN Ute; CICCIOLI Paolo; FOSTER P.; FUGIT J.-l.Articles in Journals
1999Enclosure Approaches for the Determination of Terpenois Emissions from Vegetation.KESSELMEIER J.; STAUDT Michael; WOLF Annette; SEUFERT Guenther; BERTIN Nadia; HANSEN Ute; CICCIOLI Paolo; TORRES LiberoContributions to Conferences
1995Light-Dependent Emission of Monoterpenes by Holm Oak (Quercus ilex)STAUDT MichaelArticles in Journals
1999Seasonal Changes in Amount and Composition of Monoterpendes Emitted by Young Pinus Pinea Trees.STAUDT Michael; BERTIN Nadia; FRENZEL Burkhard; SEUFERT GuentherContributions to Conferences
2000Seasonal Variation in Amount and Composition of Monoterpenes Emitted by Young Pinus pinea Trees - Implications for Emission Modelling.STAUDT Michael; BERTIN Nadia; FRENZEL Burkhard; SEUFERT GuentherArticles in Journals
2002Stomatal Constraints May Affect Emission of Oxygenated Monoterpenoids from the Foliage of Pinus pinea.NIINEMETS Ulo; REICHSTEIN Markus; STAUDT Michael; SEUFERT Guenther; TENHUNEN John d.Articles in Journals
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