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Tree species identity mediates mechanisms of top soil carbon sequestration in a Norway spruce and European beech mixed forest

Bibliographic reference Andivia Munoz, Enrique ; Rolo, Victor ; Jonard, Mathieu ; Formanek, Pavel ; Ponette, Quentin. Tree species identity mediates mechanisms of top soil carbon sequestration in a Norway spruce and European beech mixed forest. In: Annals of Forest Science, Vol. 73, no. 2, p. 437-447
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