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Maintaining Ecosystem Function by Restoring Forest Biodiversity – Reviewing Decision-Support Tools that link Biology, Hydrology and Geochemistry

By Yueh-Hsin Lo, Juan A. Blanco, Clive Welham and Mike Wang

Submitted: April 15th 2014Reviewed: October 1st 2014Published: April 17th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/59390

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