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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2008The INDEX Project: Executive Summary of a European Union Project on Indoor Air PollutantsKOISTINEN Kimmo; KOTZIAS DIMITRIOS; KEPHALOPOULOS STYLIANOS; SCHLITT Christian; CARRER Paolo; JANTUNEN Matti; KIRCHNER Severine; MCLAUGHLIN James; MØLHAVE Lars; OLIVEIRA FERNANDES Eduardo, et al
2013Index-oriented methodologies for landslide consequence analysis: an application to a mountain community in the French Alps.PUISSANT Anne; VAN DEN EECKHAUT MIET; KAPPES Melanie; PAPATHOMA-KOEHLE Maria; KEILER Margreth; HERVAS JAVIER; MALET Jean-Philippe
2010The INDEX-PM project: Health risks of indoor particulate matterARVANITIS Athanasios; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; KEPHALOPOULOS Stylianos; CARRER Paolo; CAVALLO Domenico; CESARONI G.; DE BROUWERE K; OLIVEIRA FERNANDES Eduardo; FORASTIERE F; FOSSATI Serena, et al
2012Indication of anisotropic TKE and mass emission in 234U(n,f)AL-ADILI A.; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; POMP S.; OBERSTEDT Stephan
2006Indicators and Criteria to Assess Ecological Status of the Large Shallow Temperate Polymictic Lakes Peipsi (Estonia/Russia) and Võrtsjärv (Estonia)NOGES PEETER; NOGES Tiina
2011Indicators for European Union Policies. Business as usual?SALTELLI Andrea; D'HOMBRES Beatrice; JESINGHAUS Jochen; MANCA ANNA RITA; MASCHERINI Massimiliano; NARDO Michela; SAISANA Michaela
2010Indicators for Lisbon post-2010 - business as usual?SALTELLI Andrea; NARDO Michela; MANCA ANNA RITA; JESINGHAUS Jochen; MASCHERINI Massimiliano; SAISANA Michaela
2012Indicators for mapping ecosystem services: a reviewEGOH BENIS NCHINE; DRAKOU EVANGELIA; DUNBAR MARTHA BONNET; MAES JOACHIM; WILLEMEN LOUISE
2004Indicators for Pan-European Assessment and Monitoring of Soil Erosion by WaterGOBIN A.; JONES R.j.a.; KIRKBY Michael; CAMPLING Paul; GOVERS Gerard; KOSMAS Costas; GENTILE Anna-rita
2004Indicators for Persistence and Long-Range Transport Potential as Derived from Multicompartment Chemistry-Transport Modelling.LEIP Adrian; LAMMEL Gerhard
2004Indicators for Persistence and Long-Range Transport Potential as Derived from Multicompartment Chemsitry-Transport Modelling.LEIP Adrian; LAMMEL Gerhard
2006Indicators for the Assessment of Thresholds and Points of Non-ReturnAUSTONI M.; CARDOSO ANA; DEVILLER GENEVIEVE; KAMBURSKA LYUDMILA; MARINOV Dimitar; SOMMA FRANCESCA; ZALDIVAR COMENGES JOSE'
2013Indicators for the internal market? An unfinished businessSALTELLI Andrea
2010Indicators for the Management of Coastal Lagoons: Sacca di Goro Case StudyZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; AUSTONI M.; PLUS M.; DE LEO G.; GIORDANI G.; VIAROLI P.
2004Indicators of Sustainable Development at the Local Level.COPUS Andrew
2007Indicators on Researchers' Career and Mobility in Europe: a "Modelling" ApproachMOGUEROU Philippe; DI PIETROGIACOMO MARIA PAOLA; DA COSTA OLIVIER; LAGET Patrice
2007Indicators to Assess Sustainability of Transport Activities - Part 1: Review of the Existing Transport Sustainability Indicator Initiatives and Development of an Indicator Set to Assess Transport Sustainability PerformanceDOBRANSKYTE-NISKOTA AGNE; PERUJO MATEOS DEL PARQUE ADOLFO; PREGL Milos
2009Indicators to Assess Sustainability of Transport Activities - Part 2: Measurement and Evaluation of Transport Sustainability Performance in the EU27DOBRANSKYTE-NISKOTA Agne; PERUJO MATEOS DEL PARQUE Adolfo; JESINGHAUS Jochen; JENSEN Peder
2009Indicators to Compare Risk Expressions, Grouping, and Relative Ranking of Risk for Energy Systems - Application with Some Accidental Events from Fossil FuelsALE Ben; COLLI A.; SERBANESCU Dan
2007Indirect Estimates of Canopy Gap Fraction based on the Linear Conversion of Hemispherical Photographs - Methodology and Comparison with Standard Thresholding TechniquesCESCATTI ALESSANDRO
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