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  1. 'Shirley test cloth' - a new test cloth for soil burial trials and other studies on cellulose decomposition
Walton, D.W.H.
In: Freshwater Biology, 6, 299
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Reserve a copy 2. Biology of plant litter decomposition. Vol. 1 (1974)
Dickinson, C.H.; Pugh, G.J.F.
ISBN: 0122150015
Copies: 1
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Reserve a copy 3. Biology of plant litter decomposition. Vol. 2 (1974)
Dickinson, C.H.; Pugh, G.J.F.
ISBN: 0122150023
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Reserve a copy 4. Carbon fluxes from acid peat of a subantarctic mire with emphasis on methane (1983)
Svensson, B.H.
ISBN: 9157615861
Copies: 1
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  5. Cellulose decomposition and its relationship to nutrient cycling at South Georgia (1985)
Walton, D.W.H.
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  6. Cellulose decomposition on South Georgia
Smith, M.J.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 53, 264-265
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  7. Climate change effects on organic matter decomposition rates in ecosystems from the Maritime Antarctic and Falkland Islands
BOKHORST, S.; Huiskes, A.H.L.; Convey, P.; AERTS, R.
In: Global Change Biology, 13, No. 12, 2642-2653
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  8. Comparative microbiology of moss-peat decomposition on the Scotia arc and Antarctic Peninsula (1985)
Wynn-Williams, D.D.
Copies: 1
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  9. Comparative respirometry of peat decomposition on a latitudinal transect in the maritime Antarctic
Wynn-Williams, D.D.
In: Polar Biology, 3, No. 3, 173-181
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  10. The cotton strip assay for cellulose decomposition studies in soil: history of the assay and development (1988)
LATTER, P.M.; Walton, D.W.H.
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Reserve a copy 11. Cotton strip assay: an index of decomposition in soils (1988)
Harrison, A.F.; LATTER, P.M.; Walton, D.W.H.
ISBN: 1870393066
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  12. Cotton strip decomposition in relation to environmental factors in the maritime Antarctic (1988)
Wynn-Williams, D.D.
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  13. A critique of the analytical methods used in examining decomposition data obtained from litter bags
WIELDER, R.K.; LANG, G.E.
In: Ecology, 63, No. 6, 1636-1642
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Reserve a copy 14. Decomposition in terrestrial ecosystems (1979)
Swift, M J; Heal, O W (Bill); Anderson, J.M.
ISBN: 0632003782
Copies: 4
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  15. Decomposition of grass and moss litter in subantarctic tundra
Smith, M.J.; Walton, D.W.H.
In: Pedobiologia, 29, No. 3, 193-200
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  16. Decomposition processes in maritime Antarctic lakes (1985)
Ellis-Evans, J.C.
Copies: 1
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  17. Depletion of 13C in lignin and its implications for stable carbon isotope studies
BENNER, R.; FOGEL, M.L.; SPRAGUE, E.K.; HODSON, R.E.
In: Nature, 329, No. 6141, 708-710
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  18. Elevated UV-B radiation modifies the extractability of carbohydrates from leaf litter of Quercus robur
McLEOD, A.R.; Newsham, K.K.; FRY, S.C.
In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 39, No. 1, 116-126
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  19. Environmental factors influencing decomposition rates in two Antarctic moss communities
Davis, R.C.
In: Polar Biology, 5, 95-103
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  20. A new test cloth for soil burial trials and other studies on cellulose decomposition
Walton, D.W.H.; ALLSOPP, D.
In: International Biodeterioration Bulletin, 13, No. 4, 112-115
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  21. Peat respiration and decomposition in Antarctic terrestrial moss communities
Davis, R.C.
In: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 14, 39-49
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  22. Photosynthetic production and exoenzymatic degradation of organic matter in the euphotic zone of a eutrophic lake
CHROST, R.J.; MUNSTER, U.; RAI, H.; ALBRECHT, D.; WITZEL, P.K.; OVERBECK, J.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 11, No. 2, 223-242
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  23. The presentation of cotton strip assay results (1988)
Walton, D.W.H.
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  24. Problems and advantages of using the cotton strip assay in polar and tundra sites (1988)
Walton, D.W.H.
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Reserve a copy 25. The role of terrestrial and aquatic organisms in decomposition processes. Symposium of the British Ecological Society, April 1975 (1976)
Anderson, J.M.; MACFADYEN, A.; Anderson, J M; Macfadyen, A
ISBN: 063200018X
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Reserve a copy 26. Soil biology, with special reference to the animal kingdom (2nd ed) (1976)
KUHNELT, W.; WALKER, N.; BUTCHER, J.W.; LAUGHLIN, C.
ISBN: 0571097413
Copies: 1
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  27. Using the cotton strip assay to assess organic matter decomposition patterns in the mires of South Georgia (1988)
LAWSON, G.J.
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