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Vertical and lateral variability of soil structure-potenbials for environment reconstruction – Case study of the Middle Palaeolithic alluvial plain of the Wallerteim site (Germany).

J BECZEDEAK and Roger Langohr (2000) PEDOLOGIE THEMATA. 8. p.105-111
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PEDOLOGIE THEMATA
Pedologie-Themata
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8
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105-111 pages
ISSN
1370-7256
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English
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yes
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A2
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163529
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-163529
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  issn         = {1370-7256},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {105--111},
  title        = {Vertical and lateral variability of soil structure-potenbials for environment reconstruction \unmatched{0096} Case study of the Middle Palaeolithic alluvial plain of the Wallerteim site (Germany).},
  volume       = {8},
  year         = {2000},
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Chicago
BECZEDEAK, J, and Roger Langohr. 2000. “Vertical and Lateral Variability of Soil Structure-potenbials for Environment Reconstruction – Case Study of the Middle Palaeolithic Alluvial Plain of the Wallerteim Site (Germany).” Pedologie Themata 8: 105–111.
APA
BECZEDEAK, J., & Langohr, R. (2000). Vertical and lateral variability of soil structure-potenbials for environment reconstruction – Case study of the Middle Palaeolithic alluvial plain of the Wallerteim site (Germany). PEDOLOGIE THEMATA, 8, 105–111.
Vancouver
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BECZEDEAK J, Langohr R. Vertical and lateral variability of soil structure-potenbials for environment reconstruction – Case study of the Middle Palaeolithic alluvial plain of the Wallerteim site (Germany). PEDOLOGIE THEMATA. 2000;8:105–11.
MLA
BECZEDEAK, J, and Roger Langohr. “Vertical and Lateral Variability of Soil Structure-potenbials for Environment Reconstruction – Case Study of the Middle Palaeolithic Alluvial Plain of the Wallerteim Site (Germany).” PEDOLOGIE THEMATA 8 (2000): 105–111. Print.