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Soils in Sweden — New findings, matters of discussion and research

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Jacks, G. Soils in Sweden — New findings, matters of discussion and research. J Soils & Sediments 3, 252 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02988677

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Keywords

  • Forest Soil
  • Nitrate Leaching
  • Riparian Wetland
  • Environmental Goal
  • Nitrogen Saturation