Agriculture Bibliography

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Bibliography
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URL: http://www.ceip.at/fileadmin/inhalte/emep/Adjustments/ECE_EB.AIR_111_Add.1__ENG_DECISION_3.pdf
18. EMEP EB, 2012: EMEP Executive Body DecisionDecision 2014/1 - Improving the guidance for adjustments under the 1999 Protocol to Abate Acidification, Eutrophication and Ground-level Ozone to emission reduction commitments or to inventories for the purposes of comparing total national emissions with them
URL: http://www.ceip.at/fileadmin/inhalte/emep/Adjustments/Decision_2014_1.pdf
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