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Ground beetle habitat templets and riverbank integrity

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Ground beetle habitat templets and riverbank integrity. / Van Looy, Kris; Vanacker, Stijn; Jochems, Hans; De Blust, Geert; Dufrêne, M.

In: River Research and Applications, Vol. 21, Nr. 10, 2005, blz. 1133-1146.

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Van Looy, K, Vanacker, S, Jochems, H, De Blust, G & Dufrêne, M 2005, 'Ground beetle habitat templets and riverbank integrity', River Research and Applications, vol. 21, nr. 10, blz. 1133-1146.

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Van Looy, K., Vanacker, S., Jochems, H., De Blust, G., & Dufrêne, M. (2005). Ground beetle habitat templets and riverbank integrity. River Research and Applications, 21(10), 1133-1146.

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Van Looy, Kris ; Vanacker, Stijn ; Jochems, Hans ; De Blust, Geert ; Dufrêne, M. / Ground beetle habitat templets and riverbank integrity. In: River Research and Applications. 2005 ; Vol. 21, Nr. 10. blz. 1133-1146.

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AU - Dufrêne, M

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