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Title

Long-term fire effects of the drained open fen on organic soils

Journal title

Archives of Environmental Protection

Yearbook

2017

Numer

No 1

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Divisions of PAS

Nauki Techniczne

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Publisher

Polish Academy of Sciences

Date

2017

Identifier

ISSN 2083-4772 ; eISSN 2083-4810

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DOI

10.1515/aep-2017-0002

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