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Peter Borgen Sørensen

Modelling Analysis of Sewage Sludge Amended Soil

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Modelling Analysis of Sewage Sludge Amended Soil. / Sørensen, P. B.; Carlsen, L.; Vikelsøe, J.; Rasmussen, A. G.

National Environmental Research Institute, 2001. 40 s. (NERI Technical Report, Bind 361).

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportRapportRådgivning

Harvard

Sørensen, PB, Carlsen, L, Vikelsøe, J & Rasmussen, AG 2001, Modelling Analysis of Sewage Sludge Amended Soil. NERI Technical Report, bind 361, National Environmental Research Institute.

APA

Sørensen, P. B., Carlsen, L., Vikelsøe, J., & Rasmussen, A. G. (2001). Modelling Analysis of Sewage Sludge Amended Soil. National Environmental Research Institute. NERI Technical Report, Bind. 361

CBE

Sørensen PB, Carlsen L, Vikelsøe J, Rasmussen AG 2001. Modelling Analysis of Sewage Sludge Amended Soil. National Environmental Research Institute. 40 s. (NERI Technical Report, Bind 361).

MLA

Sørensen, P. B. o.a.. Modelling Analysis of Sewage Sludge Amended Soil National Environmental Research Institute. 2001. (NERI Technical Report, Bind 361).

Vancouver

Sørensen PB, Carlsen L, Vikelsøe J, Rasmussen AG. Modelling Analysis of Sewage Sludge Amended Soil. National Environmental Research Institute, 2001. 40 s. (NERI Technical Report, Bind 361).

Author

Sørensen, P. B. ; Carlsen, L. ; Vikelsøe, J. ; Rasmussen, A. G. / Modelling Analysis of Sewage Sludge Amended Soil. National Environmental Research Institute, 2001. 40 s. (NERI Technical Report, Bind 361).

Bibtex

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RIS

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