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Dr Brian Davison (United Kingdom)

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Publications

Date Publication
14.08.2009 Article: Concentrations and fluxes of biogenic volatile organic compounds above a Mediterranean macchia ecosystem in western Italy
B. Davison, R. Taipale, B. Langford, P. Misztal, S. Fares, G. Matteucci, F. Loreto, J. N. Cape, J. Rinne, and C. N. Hewitt
Biogeosciences, 6, 1655-1670
SRef: 1726-4189/bg/2009-6-1655
23.02.2009 Article: Concentrations and fluxes of biogenic volatile organic compounds above a Mediterranean macchia ecosystem in Western Italy
B. Davison, R. Taipale, B. Langford, P. Misztal, S. Fares, G. Matteucci, F. Loreto, J. N. Cape, J. Rinne, and C. N. Hewitt
Biogeosciences Discussions, 6, 2183-2216
SRef: 1810-6285/bgd/2009-6-2183

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