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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2014Monitoring and Assessment Framework for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (MAFEIP). Second update of the process indicatorsABADIE Fabienne; BOEHLER CHRISTIAN; LLUCH MARIA; SABES FIGUERA RAMON; ZAMORA TALAYA MARIA BERNARDA
2013Monitoring and Assessment Framework for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (MAFEIP). Work Package 1 – Deliverable 1.1. Inception Report. Administrative Arrangement No. 32846-2012-08MAGHIROS Ioannis; ABADIE Fabienne; LLUCH MARIA; SABES FIGUERA RAMON; VILLALBA MORA ELENA; ZAMORA TALAYA MARIA BERNARDA
2011Monitoring and assessment of land degradation and desertification: Towards new conceptual and integrated approachesVOGT Juergen; SAFRIEL Uriel; VON MALTITZ Graham; SOKONA Youba; ZOUGMORE Robert; BASTIN Gary; HILL Joachim
2012Monitoring and evaluation of the AWARE pilot experienceCOMARDICEA Irina; LIA Federico; LIQUETE GARCIA MARIA DEL CAMINO; LUE Alessandro; SEMMLING Elsa
2003Monitoring and Forecasting the Dynamics of European Urban Areas - The Territorial Approach as Key for urban Development StrategiesLAVALLE Carlo; MC CORMICK Niall; DEMICHELI Luca; BARREDO Jose i.
2012Monitoring atmospheric levels and deposition of dioxin-like pollutants in sub-alpine Northern ItalyCASTRO-JIMENEZ Javier; EISENREICH Steven; MARIANI Giulio; SKEJO Helle; UMLAUF Gunther
2010Monitoring Biosphere Vegetation 1997-2009GOBRON Nadine; BELWARD Alan; PINTY Bernard; KNORR Wolfgang
2011Monitoring changes in the Menik Farm IDP camps in Sri Lanka using multi-temporal very high resolution satellite dataKEMPER Thomas; JENEROWICZ Malgorzata; GUEGUEN LIONEL; POLI DANIELA; SOILLE Pierre
2011Monitoring conflict risk: The contribution of globally used indicator systemsJESINGHAUS Jochen
2011Monitoring crop growth inter-annual variability from MODIS time series : performance comparison between crop specific green area index and current global leaf area index productsDUVEILLER BOGDAN GRÉGORY HENRY E; BARET Frederic; DEFOURNY Pierre
2011Monitoring Damping in Pseudo-Dynamic TestsMOLINA RUIZ Francisco Javier; MAGONETTE Georges; PEGON Pierre; ZAPICO BLANCO Beatriz
2012Monitoring drought conditions and their uncertainties in Africa using TRMM dataNAUMANN GUSTAVO; BARBOSA FERREIRA Paulo; SAIOTE CARRÃO HUGO MIGUEL; SINGLETON ANDREW; VOGT Juergen
2010Monitoring droughts and impacts on the agricultural production: Examples from SpainROSSI Simone; NIEMEYER Stefan
2008Monitoring e-Business Readiness of European Enterprises Using Composite IndicatorsTARANTOLA STEFANO; CASTAINGS WILLIAM
2012Monitoring for the Marine Strategy Framework Directive: Requirements and OptionsZAMPOUKAS NIKOLAOS; PIHA Henna; BIGAGLI EMANUELE; HOEPFFNER Nicolas; HANKE Georg; CARDOSO Ana
2010Monitoring Forest Areas from Continental to Territorial Levels Using a Sample of Medium Spatial Resolution Satellite ImageryEVA Hugh; CARBONI Silvia; ACHARD Frederic; STACH Nicolas; DURIEUX Laurent; FAURE Jean-Francois; MOLLICONE Danilo
2003Monitoring Forest Biodiversity: a European Perspective with Reference to Temperate and Boreal Forest Zone.PUUMALAINEN Janna; KENNEDY Pamela; FOLVING Sten
2010Monitoring Forest Carbon Stocks and Fluxes in the Congo BasinBRADY Michael; DE WASSEIGE Carlos; ALSTATT Alice; DAVIES Diane; MAYAUX Philippe; TADOUM Martin
2009Monitoring Forest Cover at Global Scale: The JRC ApproachACHARD Frederic; BEUCHLE Rene'; BODART Catherine; BRINK Andreas; CARBONI S.; EVA Hugh; MAYAUX Philippe; RASI Rastislav; SIMONETTI Dario; STIBIG Hans-Jurgen
2003Monitoring Forest Landscape Diversity at a European Level. Case Studies on Forest Types and FragmentationUUTTERA J.; FOLVING Sten; KENNEDY Pamela; PUUMALAINEN Janna
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