"Land Use and Soil Texture Effects on Organic Carbon Change in Dryland Soils, Senegal"
written by Assize Touré, Emile Temgoua, Claire Guenat, Bo Elberling,
published by Open Journal of Soil Science, Vol.3 No.6, 2013
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