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Growing stock fish material in the abandoned peat fields applying agromeliorative and intensive measures


Trudy Vserossiiskogo Nauchno-Issledovatelskogo Instituta Prudovogo Rybnogo Khozaistva, 12: 25-34
Growing stock fish material in the abandoned peat fields applying agromeliorative and intensive measures

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