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Reviews and syntheses: Isotopic approaches to quantify root water uptake: a review and comparison of methods

Bibliographic reference Rothfuss, Youri ; Javaux, Mathieu. Reviews and syntheses: Isotopic approaches to quantify root water uptake: a review and comparison of methods. In: Biogeosciences, Vol. 14, no.8, p. 2199-2224 (2017)
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