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Dry deposition of nitrogen to passive samplers in grassland and forest canopies in the central depression of southern Chile

R GODOY, J HANEKE, Jeroen Staelens UGent, C OYARZúN, L PAULINO and M BARRIENTOS (2005) GAYANA. BOTANICA. 62. p.110-119
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journal title
GAYANA. BOTANICA
Gayana, Bot.
volume
62
pages
110-119 pages
ISSN
0016-5301
DOI
1854/6688
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yes
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A2
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355848
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-355848
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2007-03-08 17:32:00
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  author       = {GODOY, R and HANEKE, J and Staelens, Jeroen and OYARZ{\'u}N, C and PAULINO, L and BARRIENTOS, M},
  issn         = {0016-5301},
  journal      = {GAYANA. BOTANICA},
  pages        = {110--119},
  title        = {Dry deposition of nitrogen to passive samplers in grassland and forest canopies in the central depression of southern Chile},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/1854/6688},
  volume       = {62},
  year         = {2005},
}

Chicago
GODOY, R, J HANEKE, Jeroen Staelens, C OYARZúN, L PAULINO, and M BARRIENTOS. 2005. “Dry Deposition of Nitrogen to Passive Samplers in Grassland and Forest Canopies in the Central Depression of Southern Chile.” Gayana. Botanica 62: 110–119.
APA
GODOY, R., HANEKE, J., Staelens, J., OYARZúN, C., PAULINO, L., & BARRIENTOS, M. (2005). Dry deposition of nitrogen to passive samplers in grassland and forest canopies in the central depression of southern Chile. GAYANA. BOTANICA, 62, 110–119.
Vancouver
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GODOY R, HANEKE J, Staelens J, OYARZúN C, PAULINO L, BARRIENTOS M. Dry deposition of nitrogen to passive samplers in grassland and forest canopies in the central depression of southern Chile. GAYANA. BOTANICA. 2005;62:110–9.
MLA
GODOY, R, J HANEKE, Jeroen Staelens, et al. “Dry Deposition of Nitrogen to Passive Samplers in Grassland and Forest Canopies in the Central Depression of Southern Chile.” GAYANA. BOTANICA 62 (2005): 110–119. Print.