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Catchment-wide variations and biogeochemical time lags in soil fatty acid carbon isotope composition for different land uses : implications for sediment source classification

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Geochemistry and Petrology, Long-chain fatty acids, Cluster analysis, Land terraces, Headwater, Sediment fingerprinting, ROTHAMSTED CLASSICAL EXPERIMENTS, N-ALKANOIC ACIDS, ORGANIC-MATTER, STABLE-ISOTOPES, SLOPE ASPECT, LIPIDS, BIOMARKERS, VARIABILITY, OPPORTUNITIES, DEGRADATION

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Upadhayay, Hari Ram, et al. “Catchment-Wide Variations and Biogeochemical Time Lags in Soil Fatty Acid Carbon Isotope Composition for Different Land Uses : Implications for Sediment Source Classification.” ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY, vol. 146, 2020, doi:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2020.104048.
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Upadhayay, H. R., Griepentrog, M., Bodé, S., Bajracharya, R. M., Cornelis, W., Collins, A. L., & Boeckx, P. (2020). Catchment-wide variations and biogeochemical time lags in soil fatty acid carbon isotope composition for different land uses : implications for sediment source classification. ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY, 146. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.orggeochem.2020.104048
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Upadhayay, Hari Ram, Marco Griepentrog, Samuel Bodé, Roshan Man Bajracharya, Wim Cornelis, Adrian L. Collins, and Pascal Boeckx. 2020. “Catchment-Wide Variations and Biogeochemical Time Lags in Soil Fatty Acid Carbon Isotope Composition for Different Land Uses : Implications for Sediment Source Classification.” ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY 146. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.orggeochem.2020.104048.
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Upadhayay, Hari Ram, Marco Griepentrog, Samuel Bodé, Roshan Man Bajracharya, Wim Cornelis, Adrian L. Collins, and Pascal Boeckx. 2020. “Catchment-Wide Variations and Biogeochemical Time Lags in Soil Fatty Acid Carbon Isotope Composition for Different Land Uses : Implications for Sediment Source Classification.” ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY 146. doi:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2020.104048.
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Upadhayay HR, Griepentrog M, Bodé S, Bajracharya RM, Cornelis W, Collins AL, et al. Catchment-wide variations and biogeochemical time lags in soil fatty acid carbon isotope composition for different land uses : implications for sediment source classification. ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY. 2020;146.
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H. R. Upadhayay et al., “Catchment-wide variations and biogeochemical time lags in soil fatty acid carbon isotope composition for different land uses : implications for sediment source classification,” ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY, vol. 146, 2020.
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  keywords     = {{Geochemistry and Petrology,Long-chain fatty acids,Cluster analysis,Land terraces,Headwater,Sediment fingerprinting,ROTHAMSTED CLASSICAL EXPERIMENTS,N-ALKANOIC ACIDS,ORGANIC-MATTER,STABLE-ISOTOPES,SLOPE ASPECT,LIPIDS,BIOMARKERS,VARIABILITY,OPPORTUNITIES,DEGRADATION}},
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  url          = {{http://doi.org/10.1016/j.orggeochem.2020.104048}},
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