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Temporal dynamics of bio-available Si fluxes in a temperate forested catchment (Meerdaal forest, Belgium)

Bibliographic reference Clymans, Wim ; Govers, Gerard ; Frot, Elisabeth ; Ronchi, Benedicta ; van Wesemael, Bas ; et. al. Temporal dynamics of bio-available Si fluxes in a temperate forested catchment (Meerdaal forest, Belgium). In: Biogeochemistry : an international journal, Vol. 116, no.1-3, p. 275-291 (2013)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/140074
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