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Woolly bully: estimating the effect of an invasive insect on an area’s water cycleAuthor(s): Chelcy R. Ford; James M. Vose
Source: The Natural inquirer Monograph Series – Experimental Forests and Ranges 3:1-31.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Southern Research Station
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CitationFord, Chelcy R.; Vose, James M. 2009. Woolly bully: estimating the effect of an invasive insect on an area’s water cycle. Natural Inquirer. The Natural inquirer Monograph Series – Experimental Forests and Ranges 3:1-31.
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