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Monitoring ecosystems in the Sierra Nevada: the conceptual model foundationAuthor(s): P.N. Manley; William J. Zielinski; C.M. Stuart; J.J. Keane; A.J. Lind; C. Brown; B.L. Plymale; C.O. Napper
Source: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 64(1):139-152
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationManley, P.N.; Zielinski, William J.; Stuart, C.M.; Keane, J.J.; Lind, A.J.; Brown, C.; Plymale, B.L.; Napper, C.O. 2000. Monitoring ecosystems in the Sierra Nevada: the conceptual model foundation. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 64(1):139-152
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