Published April 28, 1990 by John Wiley & Sons Ltd (Import) .
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adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. ELEMENT CONCENTRATION CADASTERS IN ECOSYSTEMS, edited by Helmut Lieth and Bernd Markert, University of D‐W‐ Osnabrück, pages (incl. figures, tables, and a not very good index of 8 pages), hard cover, format × mm, ISBN 3–––5, VCH Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Weinheim‐Basle‐Cambridge‐New York (), DM The feasibility and methodological requirements for measuring element concentration cadasters in various ecosystems were studied as follows: A complete "element cadaster" is attempted for three pairs of contrasting ecosystems: a peat bog and some of its plants, the mineral soil nearby, and plants growing in both habitats.
Concentration cadasters of chemical elements in contrasting ecosystems: Authors: Lieth, H.; Markert, B. Affiliation: AA(FB Biologie/Chemie der Universität), AB(FB Biologie/Chemie der Universität) Publication: Naturwissenschaften, Vol Issue 6, pp (NW Homepage).
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