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From soil water to surface water – how the riparian zone controls element transport from a boreal forest to a stream

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From soil water to surface water – how the riparian zone controls element transport from a boreal forest to a stream

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From soil water to surface water – how the riparian zone controls element transport from a boreal forest to a stream

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From soil water to surface water – how the riparian zone controls element transport from a boreal forest to a stream

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Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus GmbH

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Biogeosciences, 2017, Vol.14 (12), p.3001-3014

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TN_cdi_doaj_primary_oai_doaj_org_article_92f2fc21442e42609a360635e512a39b

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English

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Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus GmbH

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Boreal headwaters are often lined by strips of highly organic soils, which are the last terrestrial environment to leave an imprint on discharging groundwater before it enters a stream. Because these riparian soils are so different from the Podzol soils that dominate much of the boreal landscape, they are known to have a major impact on the biogeoc...

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From soil water to surface water – how the riparian zone controls element transport from a boreal forest to a stream

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1726-4189,1726-4170

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1726-4189

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10.5194/bg-14-3001-2017

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