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Potential nitrate losses under different agricultural practices in the pampas region, Argentina

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  • Rimski-Korsakov, Helena
  • Rubio, Gerardo
  • Lavado, Raul S.

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  • Rimski-Korsakov, Helena & Rubio, Gerardo & Lavado, Raul S., 2004. "Potential nitrate losses under different agricultural practices in the pampas region, Argentina," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 65(2), pages 83-94, March.
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