Articles | Volume 7, issue 4
13 Apr 2010
 | 13 Apr 2010

Decadal water balance of a temperate Scots pine forest (Pinus sylvestris L.) based on measurements and modelling

B. Gielen, H. Verbeeck, J. Neirynck, D. A. Sampson, F. Vermeiren, and I. A. Janssens

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