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Article (refereed) -postprint Eco-hydrological Requirements of Dune Slack Vegetation and the Implications of Climate 1

  title={Article (refereed) -postprint Eco-hydrological Requirements of Dune Slack Vegetation and the Implications of Climate 1},
  author={Alessandra Curreli and Hilary Wallace and Claire Freeman and Martin Hollingham and Charlie J. Stratford and H Johnson and Change and Curreli A ª and Wallace H B and F. J. C. and H M. and Stratford C D and Johnson H E Jones}
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