Taxonomic Classification of Humus Forms in Ecosystems of British Columbia. First Approximation.

@inproceedings{Howard1982TaxonomicCO,
  title={Taxonomic Classification of Humus Forms in Ecosystems of British Columbia. First Approximation.},
  author={P. J. A. Howard and Karel Klinka and Richard N. Green and R. L. Towbridge and Luis E. Lowe},
  year={1982}
}
Main entry under title: of British Columbia Taxonomic classification of humus forms in ecosystems (Land management report, ISSN 0702-9861 ; no. 8) "Flrst approximation" Bibllography: p. 

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