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A test of mowing and soil-removal restoration techniques in wet heaths of the High Ardenne, Belgium

Bibliographic reference Jacquemart, Anne-Laure ; Champluvier, Dominique ; De Sloover, Jacques. A test of mowing and soil-removal restoration techniques in wet heaths of the High Ardenne, Belgium. In: Wetlands : the journal of the Society of Wetland Scientists, Vol. 23, no. 2, p. 376-385 (2003)
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