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Grassland rehabilitation after coal and mineral extraction in the western United States and CanadaAuthor(s): Louis R. Iverson; Mohan K. Wali
Source: In: Wali, Mohan K. Ecosystem rehabilitation, volume 2: ecosystem analysis and synthesis. The Hague, Netherlands: SPB Academic Publishing: 85-129.
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CitationIverson, Louis R.; Wali, Mohan K. 1992. Grassland rehabilitation after coal and mineral extraction in the western United States and Canada. In: Wali, Mohan K. Ecosystem rehabilitation, volume 2: ecosystem analysis and synthesis. The Hague, Netherlands: SPB Academic Publishing: 85-129.
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