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The impact of different forest types on phytolith-occluded carbon accumulation in subtropical forest soils

Bibliographic reference Zhang, Xiaodong ; Song, Zhaoliang ; McGrouther, Kim ; Li, Jianwu ; Li, Zimin ; et. al. The impact of different forest types on phytolith-occluded carbon accumulation in subtropical forest soils. In: J Soils Sediments, (2015)
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