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Patch and landscape models of Arctic Tundra: Potentials and limitationsAuthor(s): J. F. Reynolds; J. D. Tenhunen; P. W. Leadley; H. Li; D. L. Moorhead; B. Ostendorf; F. S. III Chapin
Source: Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: Southern Research Station
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CitationReynolds, J. F.; Tenhunen, J. D.; Leadley, P. W.; Li, H.; Moorhead, D. L.; Ostendorf, B.; Chapin, F. S. III. 1996.Patch and landscape models of Arctic Tundra: Potentials and limitations. In: Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra. 293- 324 pp.
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