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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Multi-Model Estimates of Intercontinental Source-Receptor Relationships for Ozone PollutionFIORE Arlene; DENTENER Franciscus; WILD O.; CUVELIER Cornelis; SCHULTZ M.g.; HESS P.; TEXTOR C.; SCHULZ M.; DOHERTY R. M.; HOROWITZ L. W., et al
2013Multi-model mean nitrogen and sulfur deposition from the Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Model Intercomparison Project (ACCMIP): evaluation of historical and projected future changesLAMARQUE J. F.; DENTENER Franciscus; MCCONNELL J.; RO C.u.; SHAW M.; VET R.; BERGMANN D.; CAMERON-SMITH P.; DALSOREN S.b.; DOHERTY R. M., et al
2007Multi-model Simulations of the Impact of International Shipping on Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate in 2000 and 2030EYRING Veronika; STEVENSON D.s.; LAUER Axel; DENTENER FRANCISCUS; BUTLER T.; COLLINS W.j.; ELLINGSEN K.; GAUSS M.; HAUGLUSTAINE D.; ISAKSEN I.s.a., et al
2008A Multi-Model Study of the Hemispheric Transport and Deposition of Oxidised NitrogenSANDERSON M.g.; DENTENER FRANCISCUS; FIORE A. M.; CUVELIER Cornelis; KEATING T. J.; ZUBER A.; ATHERTON C. S.; BERGMANN D. J.; DIEHL T.; DOHERTY R. M., et al
2010Multi-Model Versus EPS-Based Ensemble Atmospheric Dispersion Simulations: A Quantitative Assessment on the ETEX-1 Tracer Experiment CaseGALMARINI Stefano; BONNARDOT Francois; JONES Andrew; POTEMPSKI Slawomir; ROBERTSON Lennart; MARTET Maud
2008Multi-Objective Optimization of Air Quality MonitoringSARIGIANNIS DIMOSTHENIS; SAISANA Michaela
2008Multi-Pin Modelling of PWR Fuel Pin Ballooning During Post-LOCA RefloodAMMIRABILE LUCA; WALKER Simon
2013Multi-residue method for the detection of veterinary drugs in distillers grains by liquid chromatography-Orbitrap high resolution mass spectrometryKAKLAMANOS GEORGIOS; VINCENT Ursula; VON HOLST Christoph
2011Multi-scale European Soil Information System (MEUSIS): a multi-scale method to derive soil indicatorsPANAGOS Panagiotis; VAN LIEDEKERKE Marc; MONTANARELLA Luca
2006A Multi-Scale Expectation Maximization Semisupervised Classifier Suitable for Badly-Posed Image ClassificationBARALDI ANDREA; BRUZZONE Lorenzo; BLONDA Palma
2011Multi-Scale GIS-Based Multi-Criteria Analysis in Support to Decision-Making in Renewable Energy and Automotive Road Transport SectorsZUBARYEVA Alyona
2013Multi-scale modeling of microstructure evolution induced anisotropy in metalsYALCINKAYA TUNCAY
2013Multi-Scale Robust Modelling of Landslide Susceptibility: Regional Rapid Assessment and Catchment Robust Fuzzy EnsembleBOSCO Claudio; DE RIGO DANIELE; DIJKSTRA Tom; SANDER Graham; WASOWSKI Janusz
2010Multi-Sensor and Multi-Temporal Fusion of VHR Satellite Imagery based on KIMMOLCH Katrin
2012Multi-Sensor Intercomparison of JRC-FAPAR products: JRC and VITO implementationGOBRON Nadine; CECCHERINI GUIDO
2013Multi-Sensor Monitoring System for Forest Cover Change Assessment in Central AfricaDESCLÉE BAUDOUIN; SIMONETTI Dario; MAYAUX Philippe; ACHARD Frederic
2008Multi-Sensor Remote Sensing of Coastal Discharge Plumes: a Mediterranean Test SiteGADE MARTIN; BARALE VITTORIO
2011Multi-sensor satellite time series of optical properties and chlorophyll-a concentration in the Adriatic SeaMELIN Frederic; VANTREPOTTE Vincent; CLERICI Marco; D'ALIMONTE Davide; ZIBORDI Giuseppe; BERTHON Jean-Francois; CANUTI Elisabetta
2014Multi-sensory Integration for a Digital Earth Nervous SystemOSTERMANN Frank; SCHADE SVEN
2003Multi-Temporal Compositing Approaches for SPOT-4 VEGETATION.CABRAL Ana; DE VASCONCELOS M.j.p.; PEREIRA J.m.c.; BARTHOLOME Etienne marie claude; MAYAUX Philippe
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