VULNERABILITY OF ORGANIC SOILS IN ENGLAND AND WALES Final technical report to DEFRA and Countryside Council for Wales DEFRA Project SP 0532 CCW contract FC 73-03-275

@inproceedings{Holden2007VULNERABILITYOO,
  title={VULNERABILITY OF ORGANIC SOILS IN ENGLAND AND WALES Final technical report to DEFRA and Countryside Council for Wales DEFRA Project SP 0532 CCW contract FC 73-03-275},
  author={Joseph Holden and Pippa J. Chapman and Martin Evans and Klaus Hubacek and Paul Kay and Jeff Warburton},
  year={2007}
}

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