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1.

State-of-the-art global models underestimate impacts from climate extremes.

Schewe J, Gosling SN, Reyer C, Zhao F, Ciais P, Elliott J, Francois L, Huber V, Lotze HK, Seneviratne SI, van Vliet MTH, Vautard R, Wada Y, Breuer L, Büchner M, Carozza DA, Chang J, Coll M, Deryng D, de Wit A, Eddy TD, Folberth C, Frieler K, Friend AD, Gerten D, Gudmundsson L, Hanasaki N, Ito A, Khabarov N, Kim H, Lawrence P, Morfopoulos C, Müller C, Müller Schmied H, Orth R, Ostberg S, Pokhrel Y, Pugh TAM, Sakurai G, Satoh Y, Schmid E, Stacke T, Steenbeek J, Steinkamp J, Tang Q, Tian H, Tittensor DP, Volkholz J, Wang X, Warszawski L.

Nat Commun. 2019 Mar 1;10(1):1005. doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-08745-6.

2.

Future scenarios of marine resources and ecosystem conditions in the Eastern Mediterranean under the impacts of fishing, alien species and sea warming.

Corrales X, Coll M, Ofir E, Heymans JJ, Steenbeek J, Goren M, Edelist D, Gal G.

Sci Rep. 2018 Sep 24;8(1):14284. doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-32666-x.

3.

A risk-based approach to cumulative effect assessments for marine management.

Stelzenmüller V, Coll M, Mazaris AD, Giakoumi S, Katsanevakis S, Portman ME, Degen R, Mackelworth P, Gimpel A, Albano PG, Almpanidou V, Claudet J, Essl F, Evagelopoulos T, Heymans JJ, Genov T, Kark S, Micheli F, Pennino MG, Rilov G, Rumes B, Steenbeek J, Ojaveer H.

Sci Total Environ. 2018 Jan 15;612:1132-1140. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.08.289. Epub 2017 Sep 8. Review.

4.

Historical changes of the Mediterranean Sea ecosystem: modelling the role and impact of primary productivity and fisheries changes over time.

Piroddi C, Coll M, Liquete C, Macias D, Greer K, Buszowski J, Steenbeek J, Danovaro R, Christensen V.

Sci Rep. 2017 Mar 14;7:44491. doi: 10.1038/srep44491.

5.

The biodiversity of the Mediterranean Sea: estimates, patterns, and threats.

Coll M, Piroddi C, Steenbeek J, Kaschner K, Ben Rais Lasram F, Aguzzi J, Ballesteros E, Bianchi CN, Corbera J, Dailianis T, Danovaro R, Estrada M, Froglia C, Galil BS, Gasol JM, Gertwagen R, Gil J, Guilhaumon F, Kesner-Reyes K, Kitsos MS, Koukouras A, Lampadariou N, Laxamana E, López-Fé de la Cuadra CM, Lotze HK, Martin D, Mouillot D, Oro D, Raicevich S, Rius-Barile J, Saiz-Salinas JI, San Vicente C, Somot S, Templado J, Turon X, Vafidis D, Villanueva R, Voultsiadou E.

PLoS One. 2010 Aug 2;5(8):e11842. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0011842. Review.

6.

Selection of fat-equivalent materials in postprocessing dual-energy quantitative CT.

Steenbeek JC, van Kuijk C, Grashuis JL, van Panthaleon van Eck RB.

Med Phys. 1992 Jul-Aug;19(4):1051-6.

PMID:
1518467
7.

Influence of calibration materials in single- and dual-energy quantitative CT.

Steenbeek JC, van Kuijk C, Grashuis JL.

Radiology. 1992 Jun;183(3):849-55.

PMID:
1584946
8.

Neurological deficit in injuries of the thoracic and lumbar spine. A consecutive series of 70 patients.

Braakman R, Fontijne WP, Zeegers R, Steenbeek JR, Tanghe HL.

Acta Neurochir (Wien). 1991;111(1-2):11-7.

PMID:
1927618
9.

Evaluation of postprocessing dual-energy methods in quantitative computed tomography. Part 2. Practical aspects.

van Kuijk C, Grashuis JL, Steenbeek JC, Schütte HE, Trouerbach WT.

Invest Radiol. 1990 Aug;25(8):882-9.

PMID:
2394570
10.

Evaluation of postprocessing dual-energy methods in quantitative computed tomography. Part 1. Theoretical considerations.

van Kuijk C, Grashuis JL, Steenbeek JC, Schütte HE, Trouerbach WT.

Invest Radiol. 1990 Aug;25(8):876-81.

PMID:
2394569

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