Open Journal of Forestry

Open Journal of Forestry

ISSN Print: 2163-0429
ISSN Online: 2163-0437
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"Drought and Heat Triggers Sudden and Severe Dieback in a Dominant Mediterranean-Type Woodland Species"
written by George Matusick, Katinka X. Ruthrof, Giles St. J. Hardy,
published by Open Journal of Forestry, Vol.2 No.4, 2012
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