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Sep 22 2020
Sep 23 2020
Online
(EU)

The JRC is organising the annual user workshop of the Mapping component of the Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) on 22-23 September. It will be held during two half-days and include interactive presentations, trainings, discussions in breakout groups and open discussions.

Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC119127
Authors: 
ROBERT Nicolas
GIUNTOLI Jacopo
DOS SANTOS FERNANDES DE ARAUJO Rita
AVRAAMIDES Marios
BALZI Elisabetta
BARREDO CANO Jose Ignacio
BARUTH Bettina
BECKER William Edward
BORZACCHIELLO Maria Teresa
BULGHERONI Claudia
CAMIA Andrea
FIORE Gianluca
FOLLADOR Marco
GURRIA ALBUSAC Patricia
LA NOTTE Alessandra
LUSSER Maria
MARELLI Luisa
PARISI Claudia
PHILIPPIDIS George
RONZON Tevecia
SALA Serenella
SANCHEZ LOPEZ Javier
MUBAREKA Sarah
Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC119273
Authors: 
SOLANO HERMOSILLA Gloria
ADEWOPO Julius
PETER Helen
BARREIRO HURLE Jesus
ARBIA Giuseppe
NARDELLI Vincenzo
GORRIN GONZALEZ Celso
MICALE Fabio
CECCARELLI Tomaso
Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC120580
Authors: 
KRACHLER Michael
BULGHERONI Antonio
Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC120979
Authors: 
CHARATSIS Christos
SEVINI Filippo
DE LUCA Andrea
MICHEL Quentin
CHARDON Stephane
Type:
Modeling the pathogenesis of Covid-19 using the AOP framework (CIAO)
Modeling the pathogenesis of Covid-19 using the AOP framework (CIAO)
Aug 04 2020
Online
(EU)

Covid-19 is a new disease that wreaked havoc across the globe and now requires a rapid response from policy makers, health professionals and scientists.

Researchers around the world have mobilised to study the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the resulting disease, generating a flood of biological data from a wide range of disciplines. In order to capitalise on this information to create treatments and vaccines, the knowledge needs to be organised, curated, and made widely available in an easily accessible framework.

With their water-drenched soils and low levels of oxygen, wetlands are breeding grounds for micro-organisms that produce methane.
With their water-drenched soils and low levels of oxygen, wetlands are breeding grounds for micro-organisms that produce methane.
Jul 29 2020
By the end of this century, natural methane (CH4) emissions from wetlands could increase by up to 80%.
Nov 25 2020
Nov 27 2020
Ispra
(IT)
The course will provide a general introduction for estimating models to DYNARE.
Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC121045
Authors: 
JACKSON Rb
SAUNOIS Marielle
BOUSQUET Philippe
CANADELL Josep G.
POULTER Benjamin
STAVERT Ann
BERGAMASCHI Peter
NIWA Y
SEGERS Arjo
TSURUTA Aki

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