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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2007The Global Flood Detection SystemKUGLER ZSOFIA; DE GROEVE TOM
2013Global Flood PartnershipDE GROEVE Tom; THIELEN DEL POZO Jutta
2012Global forest land-use change 1990–2005LINDQUIST Eriik; D'ANNUNZIO Remi; GERRAND Adam; MACDICKEN Kenneth; ACHARD Frederic; BEUCHLE Rene'; BRINK Andreas; EVA Hugh; MAYAUX Philippe; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ Jesus, et al
2011Global forest land-use change from 1990 to 2005 : Initial results from a global remote sensing surveyNOT INDICATED .
2012Global Forest Monitoring from Earth ObservationsACHARD Frederic; HANSEN Matthew C.
2012Global governance of soil resources as a necessary condition for sustainable developmentMONTANARELLA Luca; VARGAS Ronald
2002Global Harmonisation of Classification and Labelling of Hazardous Chemicals.PRATT Iona
2014The Global Human Settlement Layer (GHSL) – New Tools and Geodatasets for Improving Disaster Risk Assessment and Crisis ManagementPESARESI Martino; EHRLICH Daniele; CARNEIRO FREIRE SERGIO MANUEL
2012A Global Human Settlement Layer from optical high resolution imagery - Concept and first resultsPESARESI Martino; BLAES XAVIER; EHRLICH Daniele; FERRI STEFANO; HAAG Fernand; HALKIA Stamatia; HEINZEL JOHANNES; KAUFFMANN MAYEUL; KEMPER Thomas; SOILLE Pierre, et al
2013A Global Human Settlement Layer From Optical HR/VHR RS Data: Concept and First ResultsPESARESI Martino; GUO Huadong; BLAES XAVIER; EHRLICH Daniele; FERRI STEFANO; GUEGUEN Lionel; HALKIA Stamatia; KEMPER Thomas; LU Linlin; OUZOUNIS GEORGIOS, et al
2009The Global Impact of Ozone on Agricultural Crop Yields under Current and Future Air Quality LegislationVAN DINGENEN RITA; DENTENER FRANCISCUS; RAES FRANK; KROL Maarten; EMBERSON Lisa; COFALA Janusz
2013Global Integrated Flood Map: A collaborative product of the Global Flood Working GroupDE GROEVE Tom; VERNACCINI Luca; BRAKENRIDGE G. Robert; ADLER Robert; RICKO Martina; WU Huan; THIELEN DEL POZO Jutta; SALAMON Peter; POLICELLI Frederick; SLAYBACK Daniel, et al
2004A Global Inventory of Burned Areas at 1 km Resolution for the Year 2000 Derived from SPOT VEGETATION DataTANSEY Kevin; GREGOIRE Jean-marie; BINAGHI Elisabetta; BOSCHETTI Luigi; BRIVIO P.a.; ERSHOV Dimitry; FLASSE Stephane; FRASER Robert; GRAETZ D.; MAGGI Marta, et al
2012Global Land Cover Map Validation Experiences: Toward the Characterization of Quantitative UncertaintyDEFOURNY Pierre; MAYAUX Philippe; HEROLD Martin; BONTEMPS Sophie
2010Global Marine Primary Production Constrains Fisheries CatchesCHASSOT Emmanuel; BONHOMMEAU Sylvain; DULVY Nicholas; MELIN Frederic; WATSON Reg; GASCUEL Didier; LE PAPE Olivier
2014Global meteorological drought – Part 1: Probabilistic monitoringDUTRA Emanuel; WETTERHALL Frederick; DI GIUSEPPE Francesca; NAUMANN GUSTAVO; BARBOSA PAULO; VOGT Juergen; POZZI Will; PAPPENBERGER Florian
2014Global meteorological drought – Part 2: Seasonal forecastsDUTRA Emanuel; POZZI Will; WETTERHALL Fredrik; DI GIUSEPPE Francesca; MAGNUSSON L.; NAUMANN GUSTAVO; BARBOSA PAULO; VOGT Juergen; PAPPENBERGER Florian
2004Global Modelling of Heterogeneous Chemistry on Mineral Aerosol Surfaces: Infleunce on Tropospheric Ozone Chemistry and Comparison to ObservationsBAUER S.e.; BALKANSKI Yves; SCHULZ Michael; HAUGLUSTAINE D.; DENTENER F.
2004Global Modelling of Heterogeneous Reactions on Mineral Aerosol Surfaces -The Influence on Tropospheric Ozone Chemistry and Comparison to ObservationsBAUER S.e.; BALKANSKI Yves; SCHULZ Michael; HAUGLUSTAINE Didier; DENTENER Frank
2010Global Modelling of the Oceanic Source of Organic AerosolsMYRIOKEFALITAKIS Stelios; VIGNATI Elisabetta; TSIGARIDIS K.; PAPADIMAS C.; SCIARE J; MIHALOPOULOS Nikos; FACCHINI M. C.; RINALDI Matteo; DENTENER Franciscus; CEBURNIS D., et al
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