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The influence of the geographical position of the Antarctic Convergence on the evolution of the terrestrial ecosystems on Subantarctic Islands. Geomorphological and palaeoecological approach

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Verbruggen, Cyriel, Nathalie Van Der Putten, and Herman Stieperaere. 1998. “The Influence of the Geographical Position of the Antarctic Convergence on the Evolution of the Terrestrial Ecosystems on Subantarctic Islands. Geomorphological and Palaeoecological Approach.” In Belgium.
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Verbruggen, Cyriel, Van Der Putten, N., & Stieperaere, H. (1998). The influence of the geographical position of the Antarctic Convergence on the evolution of the terrestrial ecosystems on Subantarctic Islands. Geomorphological and palaeoecological approach. Presented at the “Belgica”, Antarctic Expedition, Centennial Symposium, Belgium.
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Verbruggen C, Van Der Putten N, Stieperaere H. The influence of the geographical position of the Antarctic Convergence on the evolution of the terrestrial ecosystems on Subantarctic Islands. Geomorphological and palaeoecological approach. Belgium; 1998.
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Verbruggen, Cyriel, Nathalie Van Der Putten, and Herman Stieperaere. “The Influence of the Geographical Position of the Antarctic Convergence on the Evolution of the Terrestrial Ecosystems on Subantarctic Islands. Geomorphological and Palaeoecological Approach.” Belgium, 1998. Print.
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  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {The influence of the geographical position of the Antarctic Convergence on the evolution of the terrestrial ecosystems on Subantarctic Islands. Geomorphological and palaeoecological approach},
  year         = {1998},
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