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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2003Modelling Dynamic Spatial Processes: Simulation of Urban Future Scenarios through Cellular Automata.BARREDO Jose i.; KASANKO Marjo; MC CORMICK Niall; LAVALLE Carlo
2008Modelling Ecosystem Functions and Properties at Different Tme and Spatial Scales in Shallow Coastal Lagoons: An Application of the LOICZ Biogeochemical ModelGIORDANI G.; AUSTONI Martina; ZALDIVAR COMENGES JOSE'; SWANEY Dennis; VIAROLI P.
2000Modelling Energy Technology Dynamics. Methodology for Adaptive Expectation Models with Learning by Doing and Learning by Searching.KOUVARITAKIS N.; SORIA RAMIREZ Antonio; ISOARD Stephane
2009Modelling Energy-intensive SectorsHIDALGO Ignacio; CISCAR MARTINEZ Juan Carlos
2014Modelling ex-ante the economic and environmental impacts of Genetically Modified Herbicide Tolerant maize cultivation in EuropeTILLIE PASCAL; DILLEN Koen; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO Emilio
2012Modelling farm structural change A feasibility study for ex-post modelling utilizing FADN and FSS data in Germany and developing an ex-ante forecast module for the CAPRI farm type layer baselineGOCHT Alexander; RODER Norbert; NEUENFELDT Sebastian; STORM Hugo; HECKELEI Thomas; ESPINOSA GODED MARIA; GOMEZ Y PALOMA Sergio
2009Modelling Farm Structural Change for Integrated Ex-Ante Assessment: Review of Methods and DeterminantsZIMMERMANN Andrea; HECKELEI Thomas; PEREZ DOMINGUEZ Ignacio
1995Modelling Fission Product Vapour Transport in the FALCON FacilitySHEPHERD Iain maxwe ll; DROSSINOS Ioannis; BENSON Christopher g.
2003Modelling Flow and Nitrate Fate at Catchment Scale in Brittany (France).CONAN C.; BOURAOUI Faycal; TURPIN N.; DE MARSILY G.; BIDOGLIO Giovanni
1992Modelling formation and Growth of H2SO4-H2O aerosols: Uncertainty Analysis and Experimental EvaluationSALTELLI Andrea
2012Modelling future changes in surface ozone: a parameterized approachWILD Oliver; FIORE A. M.; SHINDELL D. T.; DOHERTY R. M.; COLLINS W.j.; DENTENER Franciscus; SCHULTZ M.g.; GONG S.; MACKENZIE I. A.; ZENG Guang, et al
2007Modelling Future Land Use Changes in Europe: Applying the MOLAND Urban and Regional Development Model in Algarve, PortugalPETROV LAURA; LAVALLE CARLO; BARREDO CANO JOSE'; SAGRIS VALENTINA; KASANKO MARJO
2013Modelling Future Mobility - Scenario Simulation at Macro LevelKOMPIL MERT; CHRISTIDIS Panayotis; LÓPEZ RUIZ HÉCTOR GUILLERMO; MAERIVOET Sven; PURWANTO Joko; SALUCCI Marco V.
2004Modelling Future Urban Scenarios in Developing Countries. An Application Case Study in Lagos, Nigeria.BARREDO Jose i.; DEMICHELI Luca; LAVALLE Carlo; KASANKO Marjo; MC CORMICK Niall
2008Modelling Habitat Preferences for Fin Whales and Striped Dolphins in the Pelagos Sanctuary (Western Mediterranean Sea) with Physiographic and Remote Sensing VariablesPANIGADA Simone; ZANARDELLI Margherita; MACKENZIE Monique; DONOVAN Carl; MELIN FREDERIC; HAMMOND Philip
2006Modelling Habitat Suitability of European Common Beech (Fagus sylvatica) and Aleppo Pine (Pinus halepensis)VOGT PETER; ESTREGUIL CHRISTINE; KOZAK Jacek Wladyslaw
2007Modelling Impacts of Decoupled Premiums: Building-up a Farm Type Layer within the EU-wide Regionalised CAPRI ModelADENAUER M.; BRITZ W.; GOCHT A.; GOMANN H.; RATINGER TOMAS; CRISTOIU ADRIANA
2006Modelling Information Assets for Security Risk Assessment in Industrial SettingsNAI FOVINO IGOR; MASERA MARCELO
2014Modelling international trade data with the Tweedie distributionBARABESI Lucio; CERASA ANDREA; PERROTTA Domenico; CERIOLI Andrea
2002Modelling Isotope Fractionation in Thermal Ionisation Mass Spectrometry Filaments Having Diffusion Controlled Emission.RAMEBAECK Henrik; BERGLUND Michael; KESSEL Ruediger; WELLUM Roger
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