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Long-term effect of biochar on the stabilization of recent carbon: soils with historical inputs of charcoal.

Bibliographic reference Hernandez-Soriano, Maria C. ; Kerré, Bart ; Goos, Peter ; Hardy, Brieuc ; Dufey, Joseph. Long-term effect of biochar on the stabilization of recent carbon: soils with historical inputs of charcoal.. In: Global Change Biology. Bioenergy, Vol. 8, no. 2, p. 371-381 (2016)
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