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Nutrient supply at the local tree level in mixed forests of sessile oak and beech

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Bibliographic reference Nickmans, Hans ; Titeux, Hugues ; Verheyen, Kris ; Ponette, Quentin. Nutrient supply at the local tree level in mixed forests of sessile oak and beech. In: European Journal of Forest Research, no. 137, p. 807-817 (2018)
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