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Microbial population and activity responses to fertilization of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soils near Barrow, Alaska


, : Microbial population and activity responses to fertilization of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soils near Barrow, Alaska. Proceedings Assessment and Remediation of Contaminated Sites in Arctic and Cold Climates (ARCSACC): ges 90. 1999.


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