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If a tree falls in the forest.Author(s): M. Keller; D. A. Clark; D. B. Clark; A. M. Weitz; E. Veldkamp
Source: Science. ; 273:201.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationKeller, M.; Clark, D. A.; Clark, D. B.; Weitz, A. M., and Veldkamp, E. 1996. If a tree falls in the forest. Science. ; 273:201.
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