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Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC115819
Authors: 
SKONIECZNA Agnieszka Maria
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC106833
Authors: 
DEGRAEUWE Bart
THUNIS Philippe
CLAPPIER Alain
WEISS Martin
LEFEBVRE Wouter
JANSSEN Stijn
VRANCKX Stijn
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC101054
Authors: 
DEGRAEUWE Bart
WEISS Martin
Publication Year: 
2019
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC110334
Authors: 
CORRADO Sara
PATINHA CALDEIRA Carla
MATTIAS Eriksson
JØRGEN Hanssen Ole
HAUSER Hans-Eduard
HOLSTEIJN Freija Hadewych Van
GANG Liu
ÖSTERGREN Karin
PARRY Andrew
SECONDI Luca
STENMARCK Åsa
SALA Serenella
Publication Year: 
2019
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC114163
Authors: 
VOLK Tina
REDNAK Miroslav
ERJAVEC Emil
RAC Ilona
ZHLLIMA Edvin
GJECI Grigor
BAJRAMOVIĆ Sabahudin
VAŠKO Željko
KEROLLI-MUSTAFA Mihone
GJOKAJ Ekrem
HOXHA Bekim
DIMITRIEVSKI Dragi
KOTEVSKA Ana
STAMENKOVSKA Ivana Janeska
KONJEVIC Darko
SPAHIC Mirsad
BOGDANOV Natalija
STEVOVIĆ Milena
ILIC Boban
PAVLOSKA - GJORGJIESKA Dori
CIAIAN Pavel
The 4.2 million ha of EU root crops contribute to 14.7 million tonnes of SLCH
Mar 01 2019

A recent JRC-led article estimates the possible total soil loss due to harvesting crops in the European Union for two major crops to be in the region of 14.7 million tonnes per year.

When root or tuber vegetables (such as potatoes, sugar beet, carrots, onions and chicory roots) are harvested, some soil clings to them and is thereby removed from the field.

Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC103409
Authors: 
WEISS Martin
CATTANEO Claudio
Publication Year: 
2016
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC102563
Authors: 
ODDO Paolo
STORTO Andrea
DOBRICIC Srdan
RUSSO Aniello
LEWIS Craig
ONKEN Reiner
COELHO Emanuel
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC103462
Authors: 
ALESSANDRINI Alfredo
GUIZZARDI Diego
JANSSENS-MAENHOUT Greet
TROMBETTI Marco
VESPE Michele
Doctor with tablet
The Platform will make European rare disease patient data searchable and findable for the first time
Feb 28 2019

Today, marking Rare Disease Day, the European Commission is launching a new online knowledge-sharing platform to support better diagnosis and treatment for more than 30 million Europeans living with a rare disease.

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