Items where IIASA Author is "Sokolov, Valeri"

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Sokolov, V.A., Shvidenko, A.Z. & Vedrova, E.F. (2014). Forests of Krasnoyarsk krai in the Kyoto Protocol. Saarbrucken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN 978-3-659-51208-7

Sokolov, V.A., Shvidenko, A.Z., Vtorina, O.P., Vedrova, E.F. & Chuprova, V.V. (2009). Terrestrial ecosystems in Northern Asia, global change and post Kyoto developments. In: Resource Economics, Environmental Economics and Climate Change - 2009: Proceedings of International Conference, 1-7 July 2009.

Shvidenko, A.Z., McCallum, I., Sokolov, V.A., Vedrova, E.F., Vtyurina, O.P., Chuprova, V.V. & Schmullius, C. (2009). Aspects of realizing the Kyoto Protocol in Krasnoyarsk Kray. Forest Inventory and Forest Management 1 (41): 116-132.

Shvidenko, A.Z., Sokolov, V.A., Vtorina, O.P., Vedrova, E.F. & Chuprova, V.V. (2009). Aspects of realization of the Kyoto Protocol provisions in Krasnoyarsk krai. In: Management of Sustainable Forestry in Krasnoyarsk krai. Eds. Semechkin, I.V., Novosibirsk: Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS. ISBN 978-5-7692-1104-1

Nilsson, S., Shvidenko, A., McCallum, I., Schmullius, C., Balzter, H., Kadiyev, A., Korets, M., Lucht, W., Quegan, S., Skudin, V., Sokolov, V., Sukhinin, A., Le Toan, T. & Vaschuk, L. (2005). Attempting a verified regional terrestrial biota full carbon account: Experiences from Central Siberia. In: 7th International Conference on CO2, Proceedings, 25-29 September 2005.

Schmullius, C., Wagner, W., Roth, A., Vietmeier, J., Marschalk, U., Holz, A., Eriksson, L., Nilsson, S., Shvidenko, A., Gluck, M., Sokolov, V. & Rozhkov, V.A. (1999). SIBERIA-SAR imaging for boreal ecology and radar interferometry applications. In: Proceedings FRINGE '99 - Advancing ERS SAR Interferometry from Applications towards Operations, 10-12 November 1999.

Korovin, G., Karpov, E., Isaev, A.S., Nefedjev, V., Efremov, D., Sedych, V., Sokolov, V., Schmidt, T.L., Blauberg, K., Ljusk Eriksson, O., Nilsson, S., Raile, G., Sallnaes, O. & Shvidenko, A. (1998). Siberia and Far East Russia's Future Wood Supply: An Analysis. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-98-001

Rojkov, V.A., Efremov, D., Nilsson, S., Sedych, V., Shvidenko, A., Sokolov, V. & Wagner, V. (1996). Siberian Landscape Classification and a Digitized Map of Siberian Landscapes. IIASA Working Paper. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: WP-96-111

Shvidenko, A., Apps, M.J., Efremov, D., Nilsson, S., Roshkov, V., Sedych, V., Sheingauz, A. & Sokolov, V. (1995). Classification and assessment of disturbance impacts on terrestrial biota in Northern Eurasia. In: Global Change: IGBP - Northern Eurasia Study, Extended Abstracts for IGBP International Conference, 28 November - 1 December 1995.

Nikitina, E. & Sokolov, V. (1994). Global climate change and international relations: A view from Russia. In: Global Climate Change and Public Policy. Eds. Feldman, D.L., Chicago: Nelson-Hall Publishers.

Sokolov, V., Valasek, M. & Zimin, I. (1975). An Interactive System for Experimenting with Development Planning. IIASA Research Memorandum. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: RM-75-069

Sokolov, V. & Zimin, I. (1975). Gaming Model to Study the Problem of Sharing Natural Resources. IIASA Research Memorandum. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: RM-75-040

Sokolov, V. (1975). 7th International Conference on Operations Research: July 17-23, 1975, Tokyo-Kyoto, Japan. IIASA Working Paper. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: WP-75-101

Evtushenko, Y. & Sokolov, V. (1975). Again On Holling's Puzzle. IIASA Working Paper. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: WP-75-047

Sokolov, V. (1975). The Highlights of the Sixth ISAGA Conference, June 25-27, 1975, Milan, Italy. IIASA Working Paper. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: WP-75-113

Sokolov, V. (1974). On Some Major Systems' Properties. IIASA Working Paper. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: WP-74-038

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