Relevant aspects of nitrogen dynamics in the Mediterranean Sea

2005-06-26
Cantoni, Carolina
Civitarese, Giuseppe
Ibello, Valeria
Zùnig, Diana
Stavrakakis, S.
Heussner, Serge
Calafat, Antonio
Delsaut, Nicole

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Citation Formats
C. Cantoni et al., “Relevant aspects of nitrogen dynamics in the Mediterranean Sea,” presented at the Significant Processes, Observations, and Transformation in Oceanic Nitrogen (SPOT-ON), Rostock, Almanya, 2005, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/92632.