Sources and Transport of Nutrients, Organic Carbon, and Chlorophyll-a in the San Joaquin River Upstream of Vernalis, California, during Summer and Fall, 2000 and 2001

@inproceedings{Kratzer2004SourcesAT,
  title={Sources and Transport of Nutrients, Organic Carbon, and Chlorophyll-a in the San Joaquin River Upstream of Vernalis, California, during Summer and Fall, 2000 and 2001},
  author={Charles R. Kratzer and Peter D. Dileanis and Celia Zamora and Steven R. Silva and Carol Kendall and Brian A. Bergamaschi and Randy A. Dahlgren},
  year={2004}
}
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