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Spatial Modeling of Eelgrass Distribution in Great Bay, New Hampshire

  • Pamela Behm
  • Roelof M. J. Boumans
  • Frederick T. Short
Part of the Modeling Dynamic Systems book series (MDS)

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Gross Primary Production Dissolve Inorganic Nitrogen Spatial Modeling Marine Ecology Progress Series Unit Model 
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  • Pamela Behm
  • Roelof M. J. Boumans
  • Frederick T. Short

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