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Legacy of human-induced C erosion and burial on soil-atmosphere C exchange

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Bibliographic reference Van Oost, Kristof ; Verstraeten, Gert ; Doetterl, Sebastian ; Notebaert, Bastiaan ; Wiaux, François ; et. al. Legacy of human-induced C erosion and burial on soil-atmosphere C exchange. In: Proceedings of the National academy of sciences of the United States of America,
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