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Impact of decreasing throughfall depositions on soil solution chemistry at coniferous monitoring sites in northern Belgium.

(2002) FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT. 160(1-3). p.127-142
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Neirynck, Johan, Eric Van Ranst, Peter Roskams, and Noël Lust. 2002. “Impact of Decreasing Throughfall Depositions on Soil Solution Chemistry at Coniferous Monitoring Sites in Northern Belgium.” Forest Ecology and Management 160 (1-3): 127–142.
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Neirynck, Johan, Van Ranst, E., Roskams, P., & Lust, N. (2002). Impact of decreasing throughfall depositions on soil solution chemistry at coniferous monitoring sites in northern Belgium. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, 160(1-3), 127–142.
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Neirynck J, Van Ranst E, Roskams P, Lust N. Impact of decreasing throughfall depositions on soil solution chemistry at coniferous monitoring sites in northern Belgium. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT. 2002;160(1-3):127–42.
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Neirynck, Johan, Eric Van Ranst, Peter Roskams, et al. “Impact of Decreasing Throughfall Depositions on Soil Solution Chemistry at Coniferous Monitoring Sites in Northern Belgium.” FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 160.1-3 (2002): 127–142. Print.
@article{163816,
  author       = {Neirynck, Johan and Van Ranst, Eric and Roskams, Peter and Lust, No{\"e}l},
  issn         = {0378-1127},
  journal      = {FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1-3},
  pages        = {127--142},
  title        = {Impact of decreasing throughfall depositions on soil solution chemistry at coniferous monitoring sites in northern Belgium.},
  volume       = {160},
  year         = {2002},
}

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