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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Assessing agriculture vulnerabilities for the design of effective measures for adaptation to climate change (AVEMAC project)DONATELLI Marcello; DUVEILLER BOGDAN GRÉGORY HENRY E; FUMAGALLI Davide; SRIVASTAVA AMIT KUMAR; ZUCCHINI Antonio; FASBENDER DOMINIQUE; ANGILERI Vincenzo; KAY Simon; JUSKEVICIUS Valentinas; TOTH Tibor, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Characterisation of productivity limitation of salt-affected lands in different climatic regions of Europe using remote sensing derived productivity indicatorsCHERLET Michael; TOTH TIBOR; LEWIŃSKA Ewa Katerzina; TOTH Gergely; IVITS-WASSER EvaArticles in Journals
2012Evaluation of aridity indices using SPOT Normalized Difference Vegetation Index values calculated over different time frames on Iberian rain-fed arable landBUSSAY ATTILA; TOTH Tibor; JUSKEVICIUS Valentinas; SEGUINI LORENZOArticles in Journals
2010The Need for Harmonizing Methodologies for Assessing Soil Threats in EuropeTOTH Gergely; VAN BEEK Christy; TOTH Tibor; HAGYO Andrea; RECATALA BOIX Luis; ANO VIDAL Carlos; MALET Jean-Philippe; MAQUAIRE Olivier; VAN DEN AKKER Jan; VAN DER ZEE Sjoerd, et alArticles in Journals
2006Strengthening Optimal Food Chain Element Transport by Minimizing Soil Degradation - Reccommendation for Soil Threats Identification on Different Scales in the European UnionTOTH GERGELY; MONTANARELLA LUCA; VARALLYAY Gyorgy; TOTH Tibor; FILIPPI NicolaContributions to Conferences
2012Updated common bio-physical criteria to define natural constraints for agriculture in Europe : Definition and scientific justification for the common biophysical criteriaVAN ORSHOVEN Jos; TERRES Jean; TOTH TiborEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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