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Rune Dietz

The Baltic Sea: An ecosystem with multiple stressors

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The Baltic Sea : An ecosystem with multiple stressors. / Dietz, R; Sonne, C; Jenssen, B M; Das, K; de Wit, C A; Harding, K C; Siebert, U; Olsen, M T.

I: Environment International, Bind 147, 106324, 02.2021.

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Dietz, R, Sonne, C, Jenssen, BM, Das, K, de Wit, CA, Harding, KC, Siebert, U & Olsen, MT 2021, 'The Baltic Sea: An ecosystem with multiple stressors', Environment International, bind 147, 106324. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2020.106324

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Dietz, R., Sonne, C., Jenssen, B. M., Das, K., de Wit, C. A., Harding, K. C., Siebert, U., & Olsen, M. T. (2021). The Baltic Sea: An ecosystem with multiple stressors. Environment International, 147, [106324]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2020.106324

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Dietz R, Sonne C, Jenssen BM, Das K, de Wit CA, Harding KC, Siebert U, Olsen MT. 2021. The Baltic Sea: An ecosystem with multiple stressors. Environment International. 147:Article 106324. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2020.106324

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Dietz R, Sonne C, Jenssen BM, Das K, de Wit CA, Harding KC o.a. The Baltic Sea: An ecosystem with multiple stressors. Environment International. 2021 feb;147. 106324. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2020.106324

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Dietz, R ; Sonne, C ; Jenssen, B M ; Das, K ; de Wit, C A ; Harding, K C ; Siebert, U ; Olsen, M T. / The Baltic Sea : An ecosystem with multiple stressors. I: Environment International. 2021 ; Bind 147.

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