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Eileen Eckmeier (Switzerland)

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Publications

Date Publication
22.06.2007 Article: Minor changes in soil organic carbon and charcoal concentrations detected in a temperate deciduous forest a year after an experimental slash-and-burn
E. Eckmeier, R. Gerlach, J. O. Skjemstad, O. Ehrmann, and M. W. I. Schmidt
Biogeosciences, 4, 377-383
SRef: 1726-4189/bg/2007-4-377
15.02.2007 Article: Only small changes in soil organic carbon and charcoal concentrations found one year after experimental slash-and-burn in a temperate deciduous forest
E. Eckmeier, R. Gerlach, J. O. Skjemstad, O. Ehrmann, M. W. I. Schmidt
Biogeosciences Discussions, 4, 595-614
SRef: 1810-6285/bgd/2007-4-595

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