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Canceled: Exploring How Human Activities Disturb the Balance of Biogeochemical Cycles: Evidence from the Carbon, Nitrogen and Hydrologic Cycles

By Raimi Morufu Olalekan, Abiola Ilesanmi, Ogah Alima, Dodeye E. Omini and Aziba-anyam Gift Raimi

Submitted: February 11th 2021Reviewed: May 24th 2021Published: July 28th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.98533

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Raimi Morufu Olalekan, Abiola Ilesanmi, Ogah Alima, Dodeye E. Omini and Aziba-anyam Gift Raimi (July 28th 2021). Canceled: Exploring How Human Activities Disturb the Balance of Biogeochemical Cycles: Evidence from the Carbon, Nitrogen and Hydrologic Cycles, Science-Based Approaches to Respond to COVID and Other Public Health Threats, Erick Guerrero, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.98533. Available from:

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