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Carbon spenders or savers in a CO 2-rich world? / Gwynn-Jones, Dylan; Scullion, John; Jones, Alan; Ostle, Nick; Oakley, Simon.

In: Planet Earth, No. WINTER, 01.12.2011, p. 24-25.

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Gwynn-Jones, D, Scullion, J, Jones, A, Ostle, N & Oakley, S 2011, 'Carbon spenders or savers in a CO 2-rich world?', Planet Earth, no. WINTER, pp. 24-25.

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Gwynn-Jones, D., Scullion, J., Jones, A., Ostle, N., & Oakley, S. (2011). Carbon spenders or savers in a CO 2-rich world? Planet Earth, (WINTER), 24-25.

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Gwynn-Jones D, Scullion J, Jones A, Ostle N, Oakley S. Carbon spenders or savers in a CO 2-rich world? Planet Earth. 2011 Dec 1;(WINTER):24-25.

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Gwynn-Jones, Dylan ; Scullion, John ; Jones, Alan ; Ostle, Nick ; Oakley, Simon. / Carbon spenders or savers in a CO 2-rich world?. In: Planet Earth. 2011 ; No. WINTER. pp. 24-25.

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