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Shotyk, W.
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Sphagnum mosses
Switzerland
Isotopic composition
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Shotyk, W. (2006) Comment on “Does within-bog spatial variability of mercury and lead constrain reconstructions of absolute deposition rates from single peat records? The example of Store Mosse, Sweden,” by Richard Bindler, Malin Klarqvist, Jonatan Klaminder, and Johannes Förster. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 20(2), GB2004, doi:10.1029/2005GB002528.
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