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Publication Year: 
2010
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC59771
Authors: 
EDWARDS Robert
MULLIGAN Declan
MARELLI Luisa
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Publication Year: 
2010
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC59764
Authors: 
HIEDERER Roland
RAMOS Fabien
CAPITANI Claudia
KOEBLE Renate
BLUJDEA Viorel
MULLIGAN Declan
MARELLI Luisa
GOMEZ Oscar
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Publication Year: 
2010
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC58484
Authors: 
BURRELL Alison
BLANCO FONSECA Maria
BURRELL Alison
GAY Stephan
HENSELER Martin
KAVALLARI Aikaterini
PÉREZ DOMÍNGUEZ Ignácio
TONINI Axel
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Publication Year: 
2013
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC67869
Authors: 
MONFORTI-FERRARIO Fabio
BODIS Katalin
SCARLAT Nicolae
DALLEMAND Jean-Francois
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The freely accessible Europe Media Monitor (EMM) is a fully automatic system that analyses both traditional and social media. It gathers and aggregates about 300,000 news articles per day from news portals world-wide in up to 70 languages.

Acronym: 
EMM-NewsBrief
Collaborating DGs: 
DG Communication
Oct 16 2012

The latest edition of the JRC Newsletter has been published and can be downloaded here.

Aug 04 2011

The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) will be supplied with JRC's software package SUMO to improve its oil pollution detection system. This new capability can help Member States authorities to improve their response and prevention activities to pollution from ships.

Feb 11 2010

The JRC promotes, as part of its mission, collaboration with organisations and researchers from potential EU candidates. In this context, the JRC has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Serbian Ministry of Science and Technological Development. A Serbian delegation, led by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Science, Božidar Đelić, took part today in the signature of the agreement at the JRC headquarters in Brussels.

Aug 05 2010

The European Commission has launched a public consultation on indirect land use change and biofuels. Indirect land use change (ILUC) occurs when land formerly used for a food crop is turned over to production of biofuels. As a result, cultivation of the displaced food crop is often transferred to a location where land prices and the costs associated with agriculture are lower – this can be on grasslands and forested land. This is of concern because the deforestation and cultivation of virgin or semi-virgin land releases high levels of carbon previously held in soil and plants into the atmosphere. Subsequent use of nitrogen fertilizers on poorer soils would also lead to emissions of N2O from the soil.

Publication Year: 
2013
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC80037
Authors: 
BLANCO FONSECA Maria
ADENÄUER Marcel
SHRESTHA Shailesh
BECKER Arno
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