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Conversion of Berlin's land application fields - land use concepts on the basis of pollution

Verband Deutscher Landwirtschaftlicher Untersuchungs und Forschungsanstalten, Reihe Kongressberichte ( 32): 755-762

Conversion of Berlin's land application fields - land use concepts on the basis of pollution

The utilization of Berlin's land application sites has to fit econcomic concepts without neglecting long term ecological consequences. A detailed study of the spatial distribution of soil pollution is necessary to develop appropriate land use concepts.

Accession: 002060329

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