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Carbon dynamics along a chronosequence of slash pine plantation in north FloridaAuthor(s): Kenneth L. Clark; Henry L. Gholz; Mark S. Castro
Source: Ecological Applications. 14(4): 1154-1171.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationClark, Kenneth L.; Gholz, Henry L.; Castro, Mark S. 2004. Carbon dynamics along a chronosequence of slash pine plantation in north Florida. Ecological Applications. 14(4): 1154-1171.
Keywordscarbon cycle, eddy covariance, Florida, USA: management cycle, net carbon exchange, slash pine plantation
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