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Deadwood, soil biota and nutrient dynamics in tropical forests: a review of case studies from Puerto RicoAuthor(s): Grizelle Gonzalez
Source: Proceedings of the One Hundred Twelfth Annual Meeting of the American Wood Protection Association. Vol. 112:206-208
Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
Station: International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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CitationGonzalez, Grizelle. 2016. Deadwood, soil biota and nutrient dynamics in tropical forests: a review of case studies from Puerto Rico. McCown, C.; Cheng, K.; Staula, B., eds. Proceedings of the One Hundred Twelfth Annual Meeting of the American Wood Protection Association. Vol. 112. 1-3 May 2016, Condado Plaza Hilton, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Birmingham, Alabama: American Wood Protection Association. 206-208.
Keywordsdeadwood, soil, biota, nutrients, tropical forests
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