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A trade-off between dissolved and amorphous silica transport during peak-flow events (Scheldt river basin, Belgium) : impacts of precipitation intensity on terrestrial Si dynamics in strongly cultivated catchments

Bibliographic reference Smis, A. ; Van Damme, S. ; Struyf, E. ; Clymans, W. ; van Wesemael, Bas ; et. al. A trade-off between dissolved and amorphous silica transport during peak-flow events (Scheldt river basin, Belgium) : impacts of precipitation intensity on terrestrial Si dynamics in strongly cultivated catchments. In: Biogeochemistry : an international journal, (2010)
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