Source attribution of agriculture related deposition by using total nitrogen and δ15N in epiphytic lichen tissue, bark and deposition water samples in Germany

Boltersdorf S, Werner W (2013)
Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies 49(2): 197-218.

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Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies
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Boltersdorf S, Werner W. Source attribution of agriculture related deposition by using total nitrogen and δ15N in epiphytic lichen tissue, bark and deposition water samples in Germany. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies. 2013;49(2):197-218.
Boltersdorf, S., & Werner, W. (2013). Source attribution of agriculture related deposition by using total nitrogen and δ15N in epiphytic lichen tissue, bark and deposition water samples in Germany. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, 49(2), 197-218. doi:10.1080/10256016.2013.748051
Boltersdorf, S., and Werner, W. (2013). Source attribution of agriculture related deposition by using total nitrogen and δ15N in epiphytic lichen tissue, bark and deposition water samples in Germany. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies 49, 197-218.
Boltersdorf, S., & Werner, W., 2013. Source attribution of agriculture related deposition by using total nitrogen and δ15N in epiphytic lichen tissue, bark and deposition water samples in Germany. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, 49(2), p 197-218.
S. Boltersdorf and W. Werner, “Source attribution of agriculture related deposition by using total nitrogen and δ15N in epiphytic lichen tissue, bark and deposition water samples in Germany”, Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, vol. 49, 2013, pp. 197-218.
Boltersdorf, S., Werner, W.: Source attribution of agriculture related deposition by using total nitrogen and δ15N in epiphytic lichen tissue, bark and deposition water samples in Germany. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies. 49, 197-218 (2013).
Boltersdorf, Stefanie, and Werner, Willy. “Source attribution of agriculture related deposition by using total nitrogen and δ15N in epiphytic lichen tissue, bark and deposition water samples in Germany”. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies 49.2 (2013): 197-218.

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