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http://dx.doi.org/10.1100/tsw.2001.384
Research Article

Is There Synchronicity in Nitrogen Input and Output Fluxes at the Noland Divide Watershed, a Small N-Saturated Forested Catchment in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park?

Department of Forest Resources, Utah State University, Logan 84322-5215, USA

Academic Editor: Joe Wisniewski

Copyright © 2001 H. Van Miegroet et al.

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