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2014-05-29The macroecology of airborne pollen in Australian and New Zealand urban areasHaberle, SG; Bowman, DMJS; Newnham, RM; Johnston, FH; Beggs, PJ; Buters, J; Campbell, B; Erbas, B; Godwin, I; Green, BJ; Huete, A; Jaggard, AK; Medek, D; Murray, F; Newbigin, E; Thibaudon, M; Vicendese, D; Williamson, GJ; Davies, JM
2016-06-01The influences of drought and land-cover conversion on inter-annual variation of NPP in the Three-North Shelterbelt Program zone of China based on MODIS dataPeng, D; Wu, C; Zhang, B; Huete, A; Zhang, X; Sun, R; Lei, L; Huang, W; Liu, L; Liu, X; Li, J; Luo, S; Fang, B
2010-12-01Estimating the Potential for Adaptation of Corals to Climate WarmingCsászár, NBM; Ralph, PJ; Frankham, R; Berkelmans, R; van Oppen, MJH
2016-10-01Pacing adjustments associated with familiarization: Heat versus temperate environmentsSchmit, C; Duffield, R; Hausswirth, C; Coutts, AJ; Le Meur, Y
2006-12-01Nutrient availability constrains the hydraulic architecture and water relations of savannah treesBucci, SJ; Scholz, FG; Goldstein, G; Meinzer, FC; Franco, AC; Campanello, PI; Villalobos-Vega, R; Bustamante, M; Miralles-Wilhelm, F
2013-10-08Quantifying climate and management effects on regional crop yield and nitrogen leaching in the north china plainFang, QX; Ma, L; Yu, Q; Hu, CS; Li, XX; Malone, RW; Ahuja, LR
2005-09-05Contamination of soil, leaves and vegetables by polychlorinated biphenyls in Xiamen region, ChinaMaskaoui, K; Zhou, JL; Han, YL; Hu, Z; Zheng, TL; Hong, HS
2018-01-01Quantifying catastrophic and climate impacted hazards based on local expert opinionsKeighley, T; Longden, T; Mathew, S; Trück, S
2012-07-01Enteric protozoa in the developed world: A public health perspectiveFletcher, SM; Stark, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, J
2019-11-13Prediction mapping of human leptospirosis using ANN, GWR, SVM and GLM approachesMohammadinia, A; Saeidian, B; Pradhan, B; Ghaemi, Z
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