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Pumping methane out of aquatic sediments : ebullition forcing mechanisms in an impounded river

Pumping methane out of aquatic sediments : ebullition forcing mechanisms in an impounded river

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MAECK, Andreas, Hilmar HOFMANN, Andreas LORKE, 2014. Pumping methane out of aquatic sediments : ebullition forcing mechanisms in an impounded river. In: Biogeosciences. 11(11), pp. 2925-2938. ISSN 1726-4170. eISSN 1726-4189

@article{Maeck2014Pumpi-29550, title={Pumping methane out of aquatic sediments : ebullition forcing mechanisms in an impounded river}, year={2014}, doi={10.5194/bg-11-2925-2014}, number={11}, volume={11}, issn={1726-4170}, journal={Biogeosciences}, pages={2925--2938}, author={Maeck, Andreas and Hofmann, Hilmar and Lorke, Andreas} }

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