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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1997The BEMA-Project. An Overveiw of the Castelporziano Experiments.CICCIOLI Paolo; DLUGI R.; FOSTER P.; HEWITT C.n.; KESSELMEIER J.; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; LENZ R.; MANES Fausto; PEREZ PASTOR R.; STEINBRECHER Rainer, et alArticles in Journals
1997The BEMA-Project. Biogenic Emissions from the Mediterranean Pseudosteppe Ecosystem Present at Castelporziano.CICCIOLI Paolo; FABOZZI Concetta; BRANCALEONI E.; CECINATO A.; FRATTONI Massimiliano; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; FOSTER Panayotis; STEINBRECHER RainerArticles in Journals
1999Biogenic Emissions in the Mediterranean Area. An Overview of BEMA-Phase II (1996-97).SEUFERT Guenther; BARTZIS N.g.; BOMBOI MINGARRO M.t.; CICCIOLI Paolo; CIESLIK Stanislaw antoni; CUVELIER Kees; DLUGI R.; FOSTER P.; HEWITT C.n.; LARSEN Bo richter, et alContributions to Conferences
2009Intra- and Inter-Annual Variability of VOC Emissions From Natural and Semi-natural Vegetation in Europe and Neighbouring CountriesSTEINBRECHER Rainer; SMIATEK Gerhard; SEUFERT GUENTHER; THELOKE Jochen; HAUFF Karin; CICCIOLI Paolo; VAUTARD Robert; CURCI Gabriele; KOEBLE R.Articles in Journals
2002A Model Coupling Foliar Monoterpene Emissions to Leaf Photosynthetic Characteristics in Mediterranean Evergreen Quercus Species.NIINEMETS Ulo; SEUFERT Guenther; STEINBRECHER Rainer; TENHUNEN John d.Articles in Journals
1999Monoterpene Emission from Soils in Orange Plantations in the Valencian Citrus Belt, Spain.STEINBRECHER Rainer; HAUFF K.; ROESSLER J.; DUERR Marlene; SEUFERT GuentherContributions to Conferences
2002Monoterpene Emissions in Relation to Foliar Photosynthetic and Structural Variables in Mediterranean Evergreen Quercus Species.NIINEMETS Ulo; HAUFF Karin; BERTIN Nadia; TENHUNEN John d.; STEINBRECHER Rainer; SEUFERT GuentherArticles in Journals
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