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Redox changes of iron caused by erosion, resuspension and sedimentation in littoral sediment of a freshwater lake

Redox changes of iron caused by erosion, resuspension and sedimentation in littoral sediment of a freshwater lake

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GERHARDT, Simone, Bernhard SCHINK, 2005. Redox changes of iron caused by erosion, resuspension and sedimentation in littoral sediment of a freshwater lake. In: Biogeochemistry. 74(3), pp. 341-356, 2005. ISSN 0168-2563. eISSN 1573-515X

@article{Gerhardt2005Redox-8654, title={Redox changes of iron caused by erosion, resuspension and sedimentation in littoral sediment of a freshwater lake}, year={2005}, doi={10.1007/s10533-004-4725-3}, number={3}, volume={74}, issn={0168-2563}, journal={Biogeochemistry}, pages={341--356, 2005}, author={Gerhardt, Simone and Schink, Bernhard} }

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