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Evidence for influence of mineral weathering on stream water sulphate in Vermont and New Hampshire (USA)Author(s): S.W. Bailey; B. Mayer; M.J. Mitchell
Source: Hydrological Processes. 18: 1639-1653.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationBailey, S.W.; Mayer, B.; Mitchell, M.J. 2004. Evidence for influence of mineral weathering on stream water sulphate in Vermont and New Hampshire (USA). Hydrological Processes. 18: 1639-1653.
Keywordsforest, oxygen isotopes, sulphur isotopes
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