Long Term (1970 – 2001) Eco–Hydrological Processes in Lake Kinneret and its Watershed

  • Moshe Gophen
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Hydrological Process Peat Soil Nutrient Flux Ground Water Level Cyperus Papyrus 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Moshe Gophen
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  1. 1.MIGAL-Galilee Technology Center Kiryat ShmoneIsrael (11016)

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