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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2001Global and Regional Land Cover Characterization from Satellite Data. An Introduction to the Special Issue.DE FRIES R. s.; BELWARD Alan steven
2010Global Assessment of Nitrogen Deposition Effects on Terrestrial Plant Diversity: A SynthesisBOBBINK Roland; HICKS Kevin; GALLOWAY James; SPRANGER T.; ALKEMADE R.; ASHMORE M.; BUSTAMANTE M.; CINDERBY S.; DAVIDSON E.; DENTENER Franciscus, et al
2014A global assessment of precipitation chemistry and deposition of sulfur, nitrogen, sea salt, base cations, organic acids, acidity and pH, and phosphorusVET R.; ARTZ Richard; CAROU Silvana; SHAW M.; RO Shul-Un; AAS W.; BAKER A. R.; BOWERSOX Van C.; DENTENER Franciscus; GALY-LACAUX Corinne, et al
2010Global Atlas of Environmental Parameters for Chemical Fate and Transport AssessmentZULIAN GRAZIA; ISOARDI Paolo; PISTOCCHI Alberto
2006The Global Atmospheric Environment for the Next GenerationDENTENER FRANCISCUS; STEVENSON D.; ELLINGSEN K.; VAN NOIJE T.; SCHULTZ M.G.; AMANN M.; ATHERTON C.; BELL N.; BERGMANN D.; BEY I., et al
2010Global Biodiversity: Indicators of Recent DeclinesBUTCHART Stuart H. M.; WALPOLE Matt; COLLEN Ben; VAN STRIEN Arco; SCHARLEMANN Jörn P. W.; DENTENER Franciscus; ALMOND Rosamunde E. A.; BAILLIE, Jonathan E. M.; BOMHARD Bastian; BROWN Claire, et al
1996A Global Black Carbon Aerosol ModelCOOKE W.f.
2000Global Change, Natural Disasters and Loss-Sharing: Issues of Efficiency and Equity.LINNEROOTH-BAYER Joanne; AMENDOLA Aniello
2013Global characterisation factors to assess land use impacts on biotic productionBRANDAO MIGUEL; MILA I CANALS Llorenc
2010Global Characterisation of the GELINA Facility for High-Resolution Neutron Time-of-Flight Measurements by Monte Carlo SimulationsENE Daniela; BORCEA Catalin; KOPECKY STEFAN; MONDELAERS WILLY; NEGRET ALEXANDRU; PLOMPEN ARJAN
2010The Global Chemistry Transport Model TM5: Description and Evaluation of the Tropospheric Chemistry Version 3.0VINCENT Huijnen; WILLIAMS J.; VAN WEELE M.; VAN NOIJE T.; KROL M.; DENTENER Franciscus; SEGERS ADRIANUS; HOUWELING S.; PETERS W.; DE LAAT J., et al
2012Global climate change: Did we pass a tipping point?STIPS Adolf; LILOVER Madis
2007Global Climate Policy Scenarios for 2030 and beyond - Analysis of Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Pathway Scenarios with the POLES and GEM-E3 ModelsRUSS HANS PETER; WIESENTHAL TOBIAS; VAN REGEMORTER Denise; CISCAR MARTINEZ JUAN CARLOS
2011Global column-averaged methane mixing ratios from 2003 to 2009 as derived from SCIAMACHY: Trends and variabilityFRANKENBERG. C.; ABEN Ilse; BERGAMASCHI Peter; DLUGOKENCKY Edward; VAN HEES R; HOUWELING Sander; VAN DER MEER P; SNEL R; TOL P
2010Global Convergence in the Temperature Sensitivity of Respiration at Ecosystem LevelMAHECHA Miguel D.; REICHSTEIN Markus; CARVALHAIS Nuno; LASSLOP Gitta; LANGE Holger; SENEVIRATNE Sonia I.; VARGAS Rodrigo; AMMANN Christof; ARAIN Altaf M.; CESCATTI Alessandro, et al
2006Global Disaster Alert and Coordination SystemDE GROEVE TOM; VERNACCINI LUCA; ANNUNZIATO ALESSANDRO
2007Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System: More Effective and Efficient Humanitarian ResponseDE GROEVE TOM
2002The Global Distribution of Acidifying Wet Deposition.RODHE H.; DENTENER F.; SCHULZ Michael
2010Global Distribution of the Random Uncertainty Associated with Satellite Derived ChlaMELIN Frederic
2011The Global Drought Monitor Portal - The Foundation for a Global Drought Early Warning SystemBREWER Michael J,; HEIM Richard R.; POZZI Will; VOGT Juergen; SHEFFIELD Justin
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