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Soil carbon stocks and exchangeable cations in monospecific and mixed pine forests

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Bibliographic reference López-Marcos, Daphne ; Martínez-Ruiz, Carolina ; Turrión, María-Belén ; Jonard, Mathieu ; Titeux, Hugues ; et. al. Soil carbon stocks and exchangeable cations in monospecific and mixed pine forests. In: European Journal of Forest Research, no. 137, p. 831-847 (2018)
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