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Seasonal and within-event dynamics of rainfall and throughfall chemistry in an open tropical rainforest in Rondônia, Brazil (2007)

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  • USP affiliated authors: KRUSCHE, ALEX VLADIMIR - CENA
  • USP Schools: CENA
  • DOI: 10.1007/s10533-007-9152-9
  • Subjects: FLORESTAS TROPICAIS; PRECIPITAÇÃO; CHUVA; NUTRIENTES
  • Language: Inglês
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    • Título do periódico: Biogeochemistry
    • Volume/Número/Paginação/Ano: v. 86, n. 12, p. 155–174, 2007
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  • Título: Biogeochemistry

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      GERMER, Sonja; NEILL, Christopher; KRUSCHE, Alex Vladimir; GOUVEIA NETO, Sergio; ELSENBEER, Helmut. Seasonal and within-event dynamics of rainfall and throughfall chemistry in an open tropical rainforest in Rondônia, Brazil. Biogeochemistry, Dordrecht, v. 86, n. 12, p. 155–174, 2007. DOI: 10.1007/s10533-007-9152-9.
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      Germer, S., Neill, C., Krusche, A. V., Gouveia Neto, S., & Elsenbeer, H. (2007). Seasonal and within-event dynamics of rainfall and throughfall chemistry in an open tropical rainforest in Rondônia, Brazil. Biogeochemistry, 86( 12), 155–174. doi:10.1007/s10533-007-9152-9
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      Germer S, Neill C, Krusche AV, Gouveia Neto S, Elsenbeer H. Seasonal and within-event dynamics of rainfall and throughfall chemistry in an open tropical rainforest in Rondônia, Brazil. Biogeochemistry. 2007 ; 86( 12): 155–174.
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      Germer S, Neill C, Krusche AV, Gouveia Neto S, Elsenbeer H. Seasonal and within-event dynamics of rainfall and throughfall chemistry in an open tropical rainforest in Rondônia, Brazil. Biogeochemistry. 2007 ; 86( 12): 155–174.

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