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Rocha, Adrian V, Bethany Blakely, Yueyang Jiang, K. S Wright, and Salvatore R Curasi. Is Arctic Greening Consistent With The Ecology Of Tundra? Lessons From An Ecologically Informed Mass Balance Model. Environmental Research Letters 13, no. 12. Environmental Research Letters (2018): 125007. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aaeb50.
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