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On the correlation between the rainfall and the canopy interception in Pinus sylvestirs L. and Pinus nigra Arn. stands


On the correlation between the rainfall and the canopy interception in Pinus sylvestirs L. and Pinus nigra Arn. stands



Revista padurilor 88(10): 543-549




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