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Soil-tree growth relationships in an upper coastal plain swampAuthor(s): George D. Kessler; Jack T. May; Donal D. Hook
Source: Tree Growth and Forest Soils
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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CitationKessler, George D.; May Jack T.; Hook, Donal D. . 1970. Soil-tree growth relationships in an upper coastal plain swamp. In: Tree Growth and Forest Soils. Proceedings of the Third North American Forest Soils Conference; 1968 August; Raleigh, NC: 475-476.
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