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  1. Bogs of the subantarctic and cold-temperate zone of the Southern Hemisphere
KATS, N.Y.
In: Soviet Soil Science, No. 2, 180-188
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  2. Classification of peat and peatland vegetation on South Georgia in the sub-Antarctic (1979)
Smith, R.I.L.
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Reserve a copy 3. Classification of peat and peatlands. Proceedings of the international symposium held in Hyytiala, Finland, September 17-21, 1979 (1979)
International Peat Society
ISBN: 9519921451
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Reserve a copy 4. Classification of peat and peatlands. Proceedings of the IPS Symposium in Glasgow, September 1973 (1973)
International Peat Society
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  5. Cyclic development of permafrost in the peatlands of northwestern Alberta, Canada
ZOLTAI, S.C.
In: Arctic and Alpine Research, 25, No. 3, 240-246
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  6. The development of moss-peat banks in relation to changing climate and ice cover on Signy Island in the maritime Antarctic
COLLINS, N.J.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 43, 85-102
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Reserve a copy 7. Ecology of a subarctic mire (1980)
Sonesson, M.
ISBN: 9154602750
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  8. The effects of drainage on substrate water content at several forested Alberta peatlands
Rothwell, R.L.; SILINS, U.; HILLMAN, G.R.
In: Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 26, No. 1, 53-62
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  9. An extraordinary peat-forming community on the Falkland Islands
Smith, R.I.L.; Clymo, R.S.
In: Nature, 309, No. 5969, 617-620
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  10. The formation of vertical edges on Antarctic moss peat banks
Fenton, J.H.C.
In: Arctic and Alpine Research, 14, No. 1, 21-26
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Reserve a copy 11. The growth of Antarctic moss peat banks (1978)
Fenton, J.H.C.
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Reserve a copy 12. Macrofossil, pollen, and geochemical records of peatlands in the Kinosheo Lake and Detour Lake areas, northern Ontario (2000)
KETTLES, I.M.; GARNEAU, M.; JETTE, H.
ISBN: 0660181088
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Reserve a copy 13. Notes on the vegetation of British and Irish mosses (1949)
Osvald, H
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  14. On the relation between vegetation and electrolytes in north Swedish mire waters
SJORS, H.
In: Oikos, 2, 241-258
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Reserve a copy 15. Peat bogs of the Russian forest-steppe. Translated from Russian (1964)
P'YAVCHENKO, N.I.
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  16. Peat forming vegetation in the Antarctic (1979)
Smith, R.I.L.
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Reserve a copy 17. Peatland ecology in the British Isles. A bibliography (1981)
FIELD, E.M.; GOODE, D.A.
ISBN: 0861391187
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Reserve a copy 18. Peatlands (1974)
Moore, P.D.; Bellamy, D.; BELLAMY, D.J.
ISBN: 0236154737
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Reserve a copy 19. Proceedings of the 4th International Peat Congress, Otaniemi, Finland, June 1972. Vol. 1. Survey, classification, study and conservation of peatlands. Terminology, notation and standardization (1972)
INTERNATIONAL PEAT CONGRESS
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Reserve a copy 20. Proceedings of the 4th International Peat Congress, Otaniemi, Finland, June 1972. Vol. 4. Chemistry, physics, biochemistry and microbiology of peat (1972)
INTERNATIONAL PEAT CONGRESS
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  21. The rate of peat accumulation in Antarctic moss banks
Fenton, J.H.C.
In: Journal of Ecology, 68, 211-228
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  22. The relationship between net primary production and accumulation for a peatland in southeastern Manitoba
READER, R.J.; Stewart, J.M.
In: Ecology, 53, No. 6, 1024-1037
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  23. The Signy Island terrestrial reference sites: XVI. Peat O2-uptake in a moss turf relative to edaphic and microbial factors
Wynn-Williams, D.D.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 68, 47-59
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  24. The Signy Island terrestrial reference sites: XVII. Peat O2-uptake in a moss carpet relative to edaphic and microbial factors
Wynn-Williams, D.D.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 68, 61-69
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  25. Some determinations of elementary constituents in mire plants and peat
MALMER, N.; SJORS, H.
In: Botaniska Notiser, 108, No. 1, 46-80
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  26. Stratigraphic and paleoclimatic studies of a 5500-year-old moss bank on Elephant Island, Antarctica
Bjorck, S.; MALMER, N.; Hjort, C.; SANDGREN, P.; Ingolfsson, O.; WALLEN, B.; Smith, R.I.L.; JONSSON, B.L.
In: Arctic and Alpine Research, 23, No. 4, 361-374
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  27. Studies on mire vegetation in the Tornetrask area, northern Sweden. I. Regional aspects
Sonesson, M.
In: Botaniska Notiser, 120, 272-296
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  28. Studies on mire vegetation in the Tornetrask area, northern Sweden. II. Winter conditions of the poor mires
Sonesson, M.
In: Botaniska Notiser, 122, 481-511
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  29. Studies on mire vegetation in the Tornetrask area, northern Sweden. III. Communities of the poor mires
Sonesson, M.
In: Opera Botanica, no. 26, 120pp
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  30. Studies on mire vegetation in the Tornetrask area, northern Sweden. IV. Some habitat conditions of the poor mires
Sonesson, M.
In: Botaniska Notiser, 123, 67-111
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Reserve a copy 31. Studies on the mire-vegetation of Iceland (1975)
STEINDORSSON, S.
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  32. Types of peat and peat-forming vegetation on South Georgia
Smith, R.I.L.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 53, 119-139
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  33. Variation in the physical and chemical environment of a maritime Antarctic moss-turf
BOOTH, R.G.; USHER, M.B.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 67, 25-40
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  34. The vegetation and chemical properties of patterned fens in the Swan Hills, north central Alberta
VITT, D.H.; ACHUFF, P.; ANDRUS, R.E.
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  35. The vegetation and water chemistry of four oligotrophic basin mires in northwestern Ontario
VITT, D.H.; BAYLEY, S.
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  36. Vegetation gradients of minerotrophically rich fens in western Alberta
SLACK, N.G.; VITT, D.H.; HORTON, D.G.
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Reserve a copy 37. Wetland classification in western Canada. A guide to marshes and shallow open water wetlands in the grasslands and parklands of the Prairie Provinces (1976)
MILLAR, J.B.
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