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Agricultural management explains historic changes in regional soil carbon stocks.

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Bibliographic reference van Wesemael, Bas ; Paustian, Keith ; Meersmans, Jeroen ; Goidts, Esther ; Barancikova, Gabriela ; et. al. Agricultural management explains historic changes in regional soil carbon stocks.. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 107, no. 33, p. 14926-30 (2010)
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