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Effects of natural and anthropogenic disturbances on aquatic environments and fish communities of boreal forests Retrospect and critical analysis of literature Effets des perturbations naturelles et anthropiques sur les milieux aquatiques et les communautes de poissons de la foret boreale Retrospective et analyse critique de la litterature


, : Effects of natural and anthropogenic disturbances on aquatic environments and fish communities of boreal forests Retrospect and critical analysis of literature Effets des perturbations naturelles et anthropiques sur les milieux aquatiques et les communautes de poissons de la foret boreale Retrospective et analyse critique de la litterature. Naturaliste Canadien (Quebec). Automne; 1253: 81-95


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