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Soil properties discriminating Araucaria forests with different disturbance levels (2015)

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  • Título: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

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      BERTINI, Simone Cristina Braga; AZEVEDO, Lucas Carvalho Basilio de; STROMBERGER, Mary E; CARDOSO, Elke Jurandy Bran Nogueira. Soil properties discriminating Araucaria forests with different disturbance levels. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Dordrecht, v. 187, 2015. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1007%2Fs10661-015-4398-5.
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      Bertini, S. C. B., Azevedo, L. C. B. de, Stromberger, M. E., & Cardoso, E. J. B. N. (2015). Soil properties discriminating Araucaria forests with different disturbance levels. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 187. doi:10.1007%2Fs10661-015-4398-5
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      Bertini SCB, Azevedo LCB de, Stromberger ME, Cardoso EJBN. Soil properties discriminating Araucaria forests with different disturbance levels [Internet]. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 2015 ; 187Available from:
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      Bertini SCB, Azevedo LCB de, Stromberger ME, Cardoso EJBN. Soil properties discriminating Araucaria forests with different disturbance levels [Internet]. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 2015 ; 187Available from:

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