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Accumulation and release of plant nutrients in decomposing Scots pine needle litter. Long-term decomposition in a Scots pine forest Ii


Accumulation and release of plant nutrients in decomposing Scots pine needle litter. Long-term decomposition in a Scots pine forest Ii



Canadian Journal of Botany 60(8): 1561-1568



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DOI: 10.1139/b82-199


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