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Possible effects of global climate change on the ecosystemof Lake Tanganyika

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Bibliographic reference Naithani, Jaya ; Plisnier, PIERRE-DENIS ; Deleersnijder, Eric. Possible effects of global climate change on the ecosystemof Lake Tanganyika. In: Hydrobiologia : the international journal on limnology and marine sciences, Vol. 671, no. n.a., p. 147-163 (n.a.)
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