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Impacts of forest conversion and agriculture practices on water pathways in Southern Brazil

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Bibliographic reference Robinet, Jérémy ; Minella, Jean P. G. ; de Barros, Cláudia A. P. ; Schlesner, Alexandre ; Lücke, Andreas ; et. al. Impacts of forest conversion and agriculture practices on water pathways in Southern Brazil. In: Hydrological Processes, Vol. 32, no.15, p. 2304-2317 (2018)
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