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Conference Proceedings
MacDonald NW, Burton AJames, Liechty HO, Mroz GD, Witter JA.  1991.  Soil solution chemistry and ion leaching in northern hardwood forests across an 800 km pollution gradient. Emerging Issues in Northern Hardwood Management: Air Pollution, Climate Change & Biodiversity. Miscellaneous Publication 91-1:38.
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