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Registration DatePublication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1-Aug-20142011Conservation Agriculture Effects and Policy Support to Mitigate Soil Degradation in Midi-Pyrénées (France)PROSPERI Paolo; TERRES Jean; POINTEREAU Philippe; DOUBLET Sylvain
1-Aug-20142014Vegetation greenness in northeastern Brazil and its relation to ENSO warm eventsERASMI Stefan; SCHUCKNECHT ANNE; BARBOSA Marx P.; MATSCHULLAT Jörg
1-Aug-20142014Trend analysis from 1970 to 2008 and model evaluation of EDGARv4 global gridded anthropogenic mercury emissionsMUNTEAN Marilena; JANSSENS-MAENHOUT Greet; SONG Shaojie; SELIN Noelle Eckley; OLIVIER Jos; GUIZZARDI DIEGO; MAAS Rob; DENTENER Franciscus
1-Aug-20142013Mapping Ecosystem Services’ Values: Current Practice and Future ProspectsSCHAEGNER JAN; BRANDER Luke; MAES JOACHIM; HARTJED Volkmar
1-Aug-20142013European regions as providers of structural riparian corridorsCLERICI NICOLA; VOGT Peter
1-Aug-20142012Phenology related measures and indicators at varying spatial scales. Investigation of phenology information for forest classification using SPOT VGT and MODIS NDVI data - PART I: EXTRACTION AND ANALSYSIS OF PHENOLOGY INDICATORSCLERICI NICOLA; WEISSTEINER Christof
1-Aug-20142012Technical Note: The Normal Quantile Transformation and its application in a flood forecasting systemBOGNER Konrad; PAPPENBERGER Florian; CLOKE Hannah L.
31-Jul-20142007Methods to interpolate soil categorical variables from profile observations : lessons fron IranHENGL TOMISLAV; TOOMANIAN Norair; REUTER HANNES ISAAK; MALAKOUTI Mohammad J.
31-Jul-20142013Principles for Life Cycle Inventories of Land Use on a Global ScaleKOELLNER Thomas; DE BAAN Laura; BRANDAO MIGUEL; MILÀ I CANALS Llorenç; CIVIT Barbara; GOEDKOOP Mark; WEIDEMA Bo; WITTSTOCK Bastian; MÜLLER-WENK Ruedi
31-Jul-20142011Soil Organic Carbon Changes in the Cultivation of Energy Crops: Implications for GHG Balances and Soil Quality for Use in LCABRANDAO MIGUEL; MILA I CANALS Llorenc; CLIFT Roland
30-Jul-20142011Spatial Delineation of Organic Carbon Rich Colluvial Soils in Chernozem Regions by Terrain Analysis and Fuzzy ClassificationZADOROVA Tereza; PENIZEK VIT; ROHOSKOVA Marcela; SEFRNA Ludek; BORUVKA Lubos
30-Jul-20142012Spatial interaction between collapsed pipes and landslides in hilly regions with loess-derived soils.VERACHTERT Els; VAN DEN EECKHAUT MIET; POESEN Jean; DECKERS Jozef
30-Jul-20142011Potentials of quantitative and qualitative approaches to assessing ecosystem servicesMALTE Busch; LA NOTTE ALESSANDRA; LAPORTE Valerie; ERHARD Markus
30-Jul-20142010Superresolution Enhancement of Hyperspectral CHRIS/Proba Images With a Thin-Plate Spline Nonrigid Transform ModelKEMPENEERS Pieter
29-Jul-20142009Biological treatment of transformer oil using commercial mixtures of microorganismsSOBIECKA ELZBIETA; CEDZYNSKA Krystyna; BIELSKI CONRAD; ANTIZAR-LADISLAO Blanca
29-Jul-20142014Connecting Digital Europe Through Location and PlaceHUERTA Joaquin; SCHADE SVEN; GRANELL CANUT CARLOS
29-Jul-20142014The susceptibility of corals to thermal stress by analyzing Hsp60 expressionSEVESO Davide; MONTANO Simone; STRONA GIOVANNI; ORLANDI Ivan; GALLI Paolo; VAI Marina
29-Jul-20142014The near future availability of photovoltaic energy in Europe and Africa in climate-aerosol modeling experimentsGAETANI MARCO; HULD Thomas; VIGNATI Elisabetta; MONFORTI-FERRARIO Fabio; DOSIO Alessandro; RAES Frank
29-Jul-20142014Remote Sensing of the African SeasBARALE Vittorio; GADE Martin
28-Jul-20142009A New Mass Conservation Approach to the Study of CO2 Advection in an Alpine ForestMONTAGNANI Leonardo; MANCA Giovanni; CANEPA Elisa; GEORGIEVA Emilia; ACOSTA Manuel; FEIGENWINTER Christian; JANOUS Dalibor; KERSCHBAUMER Günther; LINDROTH Anders; MINACH Luigi, et al
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