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Title: Marine ecosystems' responses to climatic and athropogenic forcings in the Mediterranean
Authors: DURRIEU DE MADRON X.
GUIEU C.
SEMPERE R.
CONAN P.
COSSA D.
D'ORTENZIO Fabrizio
ESTOURNEL C.
GAZEAU F.
RABOUILLE C.
STEMMANN L.
BONNET S.
DIAZ F.
KOUBBI P.
RADAKOVITCH O.
BABIN M.
BAKLOUTI M.
BANCON-MONTIGNY C.
BELVISO S.
BENSOUSSAN N.
BONSANG B.
BOULOUBASSI I.
BRUNET Christophe
CADIOU J.-F.
CARLOTTI F.
CHAMI M.
CHARMASSON S.
CHARRIERE B.
DACHS Jordi
DOXARAN D.
DUTAY J.-C.
ELBAZ-POULICHET F.
ELEAUME M.
EYROLLES F.
FERNANDEZ C.
FOWLER S.
FRANCOUR P.
GAERTNER J.c.
GALZIN R.
GASPARINI S.
GHIGLIONE J.-F.
GONZALEZ J.-L.
GOYET C.
GUIDI L.
GUIZIEN K.
HEIMBURGER L.-E.
JACQUET S.h.m.
JEFFREY W.h.
JOUX F.
LE HIR P.
LEBLANC K.
LEFEVRE D.
LEJEUSNE C.
LEME R.
LOYE-PILOT M.-D.
MALLET M.
MEJANELLE L.
MELIN Frederic
MELLON C.
MERIGOT B.
MERLE P.-L.
MIGON C.
MILLER W.l.
MORTIER L.
MOSTAJIR B.
MOUSSEAU L.
MOUTIN T.
PARA J.
PEREZ T.
PETRENKO A.
POGGIALE J.-C.
PRIEUR L.
PUJO-PAY M.
PULIDO-VILLENA A.
RAIMBAULT P.
REES A.p.
RIDAME C.
RONTANI J.-F.
RUIZ PINO D.
SICRE M.a.
TAILLANDIER V.
TAMBURINI C.
TANAKA T.
TAUPIER-LETAGE I.
TEDETTI M.
TESTOR P.
THEBAULT H.
THOUVENIN B.
TOURATIER F.
TRONCZYNSKI J
ULSES C.
VAN WAMBEKE F.
VANTREPOTTE Vincent
VAZ S.
VERNEY R.
Citation: PROGRESS IN OCEANOGRAPHY vol. 91 no. 2 p. 97-166
Publisher: PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD
Publication Year: 2011
JRC Publication N°: JRC64029
ISSN: 0079-6611
URI: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/111111111/22450
DOI: 10.1016/j.pocean.2011.02.003
Type: Articles in Journals
Appears in Collections:Institute for Environment and Sustainability

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