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Current, steady-state and historical weathering rates of base cations at two forest sites in northern and southern Sweden: a comparison of three methods

TitleCurrent, steady-state and historical weathering rates of base cations at two forest sites in northern and southern Sweden: a comparison of three methods
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsCasetou-Gustafson S, Grip H, Hillier S, Linder S, Olsson BA, Simonsson M, Stendahl J
JournalBiogeosciences
Volume17
Pagination281-304

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