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Effect of Microrelief and Vegetation on Methane Emission from Wet Polygonal Tundra, Lena Delta, Northern Siberia



Effect of Microrelief and Vegetation on Methane Emission from Wet Polygonal Tundra, Lena Delta, Northern Siberia



Biogeochemistry 69(3): 341-362




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DOI: 10.2307/1469833


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