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Ferns, earthworms and soil as indicators of heavy metals at set distances from Braubach lead smelter Farne, Regenwurmer und Boden als Indikatoren fur Schwermetalle in abgestufter Distanz zur Bleihutte Braubach






Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft fuer Oekologie, 24: 653-656

Ferns, earthworms and soil as indicators of heavy metals at set distances from Braubach lead smelter Farne, Regenwurmer und Boden als Indikatoren fur Schwermetalle in abgestufter Distanz zur Bleihutte Braubach



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