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Research Article

Derivation and Mapping of Critical Loads for Nitrogen and Trends in Their Exceedance in Germany

Oeko-Data, Stausberg, Germany

Academic Editor: Joe Wisniewski

Copyright © 2001 Hans-Dieter Nagel and Heinz-Detlef Gregor.

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