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Peer-reviewed comment
03 Aug 2012
Peer-reviewed comment |  | 03 Aug 2012

Reply to Nicholson's comment on "Consistent calculation of aquatic gross production from oxygen triple isotope measurements" by Kaiser (2011)

J. Kaiser and O. Abe

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