Water-level variations and their effects on tree growth and mortality and on the biogeochemical system at the phytoremediation demonstration site in Fort Worth, Texas, 1996-2003, Volume 4, Issue 4
Christopher L. Braun, Geological Survey (U.S.), Aeronautical Systems Center (U.S.). Environmental Management Directorate
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 2004 - Nature - 39 pages
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