Ioannis Dimitriou
Ioannis Dimitriou
Associate Professor
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Agronomic practices for improving gentle remediation of trace element-contaminated soils
P Kidd, M Mench, V Álvarez-López, V Bert, I Dimitriou, W Friesl-Hanl, ...
International journal of phytoremediation 17 (11), 1005-1037, 2015
Effects of short rotation coppice with willows and poplar on soil ecology
C Baum, P Leinweber, M Weih, N Lamersdorf, I Dimitriou
Agriculture and Forestry Research 3 (59), 183-196, 2009
Willows for energy and phytoremediation in Sweden
I Dimitriou, P Aronsson
UNASYLVA-FAO- 56 (2), 47, 2005
Impact of nitrogen fertilization to short-rotation willow coppice plantations grown in Sweden on yield and economy
P Aronsson, H Rosenqvist, I Dimitriou
Bioenergy Research 7, 993-1001, 2014
Sewage sludge and wastewater fertilisation of Short Rotation Coppice (SRC) for increased bioenergy production—biological and economic potential
I Dimitriou, H Rosenqvist
Biomass and bioenergy 35 (2), 835-842, 2011
Stress tolerance of five willow clones after irrigation with different amounts of landfill leachate
I Dimitriou, P Aronsson, M Weih
Bioresource technology 97 (1), 150-157, 2006
Wastewater and sewage sludge application to willows and poplars grown in lysimeters–Plant response and treatment efficiency
I Dimitriou, P Aronsson
Biomass and bioenergy 35 (1), 161-170, 2011
Fate of heavy metals after application of sewage sludge and wood–ash mixtures to short-rotation willow coppice
I Dimitriou, J Eriksson, A Adler, P Aronsson, T Verwijst
Environmental pollution 142 (1), 160-169, 2006
A review of the impacts of short rotation coppice cultivation on water issues
I Dimitriou, G Busch, S Jacobs, P Schmidt-Walter, N Lamersdorf
Landbauforschung Volkenrode 59 (3), 197-206, 2009
Impact of willow short rotation coppice on water quality
I Dimitriou, B Mola-Yudego, P Aronsson
Bioenergy Research 5, 537-545, 2012
Assessing environmental impacts of short rotation coppice (SRC) expansion: model definition and preliminary results
H Langeveld, F Quist-Wessel, I Dimitriou, P Aronsson, C Baum, U Schulz, ...
Bioenergy Research 5, 621-635, 2012
Nitrogen leaching from short-rotation willow coppice after intensive irrigation with wastewater
I Dimitriou, P Aronsson
Biomass and Bioenergy 26 (5), 433-441, 2004
Environmental assessment of energy production based on long term commercial willow plantations in Sweden
S González-García, B Mola-Yudego, I Dimitriou, P Aronsson, R Murphy
Science of the Total Environment 421, 210-219, 2012
Treatment of landfill leachate by irrigation of willow coppice–Plant response and treatment efficiency
P Aronsson, T Dahlin, I Dimitriou
Environmental Pollution 158 (3), 795-804, 2010
Changes in organic carbon and trace elements in the soil of willow short-rotation coppice plantations
I Dimitriou, B Mola-Yudego, P Aronsson, J Eriksson
Bioenergy Research 5, 563-572, 2012
Beneficial land use change: Strategic expansion of new biomass plantations can reduce environmental impacts from EU agriculture
O Englund, P Börjesson, G Berndes, N Scarlat, JF Dallemand, B Grizzetti, ...
Global environmental change 60, 101990, 2020
Slow expansion and low yields of willow short rotation coppice in Sweden; implications for future strategies
I Dimitriou, H Rosenqvist, G Berndes
Biomass and Bioenergy 35 (11), 4613-4618, 2011
Poplar and willow plantations on agricultural land in Sweden: Area, yield, groundwater quality and soil organic carbon
I Dimitriou, B Mola-Yudego
Forest Ecology and Management 383, 99-107, 2017
A mixed priority retrial queue with negative arrivals, unreliable server and multiple vacations
I Dimitriou
Applied Mathematical Modelling 37 (3), 1295-1309, 2013
Selecting chemical and ecotoxicological test batteries for risk assessment of trace element-contaminated soils (phyto) managed by gentle remediation options (GRO)
J Kumpiene, V Bert, I Dimitriou, J Eriksson, W Friesl-Hanl, R Galazka, ...
Science of the Total Environment 496, 510-522, 2014
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