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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2000Land Use Planning in the Vicinity of Chemical Sites. Risk-Informed Decision Making at a Local Community Level.CHRISTOU Michail; MATTARELLI Marina; NORDVIK Jean-pierre
2010Land Use Scenario Modelling for Flood Risk MitigationBARREDO CANO Jose'; ENGELEN Guy
1992Land-Cover Discrimination in SPOT HRV Imagery Using an Artificial Neural Network. A 20-Class ExperimentMEGIER Jacques
2013A land-use based modelling chain to assess the impacts of Natural Water Retention Measures on Europe’s Green InfrastructureMUBAREKA Sarah; ESTREGUIL Christine; LAVALLE Carlo; BARANZELLI CLAUDIA; ROCHA GOMES Carla; HOFER Barbara
1991Land-Use Inventory and Mapping in a Mountainous Area. The Ardeche ExperimentMEGIER Jacques; HILL Joachim; KOHL Hans
2008Landsat 7 Enhanced Thematic Mapper JRC-FAPAR Algorithm Theoretical Basis DocumentGOBRON Nadine; TABERNER Malcolm
2007Landscape analysis for the definition of High Nature Value Farmland - the example of ItalyCALVO IGLESIAS MARIA; PARACCHINI MARIA-LUISA; TERRES JEAN
2010Landscape of international event-based biosurveillanceHARTLEY David; NELSON Noele; WALTERS R.; ARTHUR Ray; YANGARBER Roman; MADOFF Larry; LINGE Jens; MAWUDEKU Abla; COLLIER Nigel; BROWNSTEIN John, et al
2005Landscape Pattern Assessment for Large Area Forest Monitoring: Methods and Reliability. Version 6.0: Landscape Ecology.UUTTERA J.; PUUMALAINEN Janna
2009Landscape Patterns from Mathematical Morphology on Maps with ContagionRIITTERS Kurt; VOGT Peter; SOILLE Pierre; ESTREGUIL Christine
2013Landslide databases in Europe: analysis and recommendations for interoperability and harmonisation.VAN DEN EECKHAUT MIET; HERVAS JAVIER; MONTANARELLA Luca
2007Landslide Ground Based Remote Sensing Monitoring: Formigal Case Study (Huesca, Spain)HERRERA Gerardo; PONCE DE LEON Diana; MULAS Joaquin; LLORENTE Miguel; HERVAS DE DIEGO FRANCISCO; LUZI Guido; MECATTI Daniele; NOFERINI Linhsia; MACALUSO Giovanni; PIERACCINI Massimiliano, et al
2012Landslide inventories in Europe and policy recommendations for their interoperability and harmonisation - A JRC contribution to the EU-FP7 SafeLand projectVAN DEN EECKHAUT Miet; HERVAS DE DIEGO Francisco
2009Landslide Mapping in AustriaSCHWEIGL Joachim; HERVAS DE DIEGO Francisco
2003Landslide Monitoring by Using Ground-Based SAR Interferometry. An Example of Application to the Tessina Landslide in Italy.TARCHI Dario; LEVA Davide; CASAGLI N.; FANTI R.; LUZI Guido; PIERACCINI M.; PASUTO A.; SILVANO S.
2009Landslide Susceptibility Mapping at 1:1 M Scale over France: Exploratory Results with a Heuristic ModelMALET Jean-Philippe; THIERY Yannick; HERVAS DE DIEGO Francisco; GUNTHER Andreas; PUISSANT Anne; GRANDJEAN Gilles
2010Langevin Agglomeration of Nanoparticles Interacting via a Central PotentialISELLA Lorenzo; DROSSINOS Ioannis
2003Large Area Quantitative X-Ray Mapping of (U,Pu)O2 Nuclear Fuel Pellets Using Wavelength Dispersive Electron Probe Microanalysis.BREMIER Stephane; HAAS D.; SOMERS Joseph samuel; WALKER Clive thomas
2009Large Area, Nanoimprint-Assisted Micro-Contact Stripping for the Fabrication of Microarrays of Fouling/Non-Fouling NanostructuresRUIZ Ana; MILLS Christopher A.; VALSESIA Andrea; MARTINEZ Elena; CECCONE Giacomo; SAMITIER Josep; COLPO Pascal; ROSSI Francois
2003Large Orbital Magnetic Moment and its Quenching in the Itinerant Uranium Intermetallic Compounds UTGa5 (T= Ni, Pd, Pt)KANEKO K.; METOKI Naoto; BERNHOEFT N.; LANDER Gerard heath; ISHII Y.; IKEDA S.; TOKIWA Y.; HAGA Yoshinoro; ONUKI Yoshichika
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