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Review on processes and effects of nutrients and organic material in lakes and threats due to climate change on current adaptive management and restoration efforts

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Review on processes and effects of nutrients and organic material in lakes and threats due to climate change on current adaptive management and restoration efforts. / Thackeray, Stephen; Mackay, Eleanor; Jones, Ian; Jeppesen, Erik ; Järvinen, Marko ; Nieminen, Mika ; Grey, Jonathan.

Seventh Framework Programme, 2014. 53 p.

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Thackeray S, Mackay E, Jones I, Jeppesen E, Järvinen M, Nieminen M et al. Review on processes and effects of nutrients and organic material in lakes and threats due to climate change on current adaptive management and restoration efforts. Seventh Framework Programme, 2014. 53 p.

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Thackeray, Stephen ; Mackay, Eleanor ; Jones, Ian ; Jeppesen, Erik ; Järvinen, Marko ; Nieminen, Mika ; Grey, Jonathan. / Review on processes and effects of nutrients and organic material in lakes and threats due to climate change on current adaptive management and restoration efforts. Seventh Framework Programme, 2014. 53 p.

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