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



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




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