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Review of approaches to establish reference levels to interpret indicators

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  • van der Heide, C.M.
  • Brouwer, Floor M.
  • Bellon, Stephane
  • Bockstaller, Christian
  • Garrod, Guy
  • Geniaux, Ghislain
  • Oliveira, Rosario
  • Smith, Peter
  • Stapleton, Lee
  • Weinzaepflen, Emmanuelle
  • Zhang, Chengyi

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  • van der Heide, C.M. & Brouwer, Floor M. & Bellon, Stephane & Bockstaller, Christian & Garrod, Guy & Geniaux, Ghislain & Oliveira, Rosario & Smith, Peter & Stapleton, Lee & Weinzaepflen, Emmanuelle & Z, 2007. "Review of approaches to establish reference levels to interpret indicators," Reports 57466, SEAMLESS: System for Environmental and Agricultural Modelling, Linking European Science and Society.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:seamre:57466
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