Original research article
08 Aug 2017
Original research article | 08 Aug 2017
Spatial variability in soil organic carbon in a tropical montane landscape: associations between soil organic carbon and land use, soil properties, vegetation, and topography vary across plot to landscape scales
Marleen de Blécourt et al.
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