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Ancient manuring practices pollute arable soils at the St Kilda World Heritage Site, Scottish North Atlantic

TitleAncient manuring practices pollute arable soils at the St Kilda World Heritage Site, Scottish North Atlantic
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsMeharg AA, Deacon C, Edwards KJ, Donaldson M, Davidson DA, Spring C, Scrimgeour CM, Feldmann J, Rabb A
JournalChemosphere
Volume64
Pagination1818 - 1828
Date Published2006///
Keywords(u-c), Annrep-2006, Charlie Scrimgeour, EPI Review 2009, f/y 2005/06, not vg 2003, SI, web n/a, xa Chemosphere 2.297 / 13799, xSubmitted - May 2005, xxPublished - Nov 2006, xxxPublished
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URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2006.01.076

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