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Contributions of labile and resistant organic materials to the immobilization of inorganic soil N when used in the restoration of abandoned agricultural fields

TitleContributions of labile and resistant organic materials to the immobilization of inorganic soil N when used in the restoration of abandoned agricultural fields
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsTilston EL, Szili-Kov T, Hopkins DW
JournalSoil Use and Management
Volume25
Pagination168 - 174
Date Published2009///
Keywords(e-c), (u-c), Annrep-2009, David Hopkins, EPI Review 2009, f/y 2008/09, not vg 2003, SI, xa Soil Use and Management 0.795 / 913, xSubmitted - Dec 2008, xxPublished - Jun 2009, xxxPublished
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URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1475-2743.2009.00213.x

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