Si cycling in a forest biogeosystem - the importance of anthropogenic perturbation and induced transient state of biogenic Si pools

@article{Sommer2012SiCI,
  title={Si cycling in a forest biogeosystem - the importance of anthropogenic perturbation and induced transient state of biogenic Si pools},
  author={M. Sommer and H. Jochheim and A. H{\"o}hn and J. Breuer and Z. Zag{\'o}rski and J. Busse and D. Barkusky and Daniel Puppe and M. Wanner and D. Kaczorek},
  journal={Biogeosciences Discussions},
  year={2012},
  volume={9},
  pages={18865-18906}
}
  • M. Sommer, H. Jochheim, +7 authors D. Kaczorek
  • Published 2012
  • Geology
  • Biogeosciences Discussions
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