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Marcus Schulz and Michael Matthies,
"Runoff of Pesticides: Achievements and Limitations of Modelling Agrochemical Dislocation from Non-Point Sources at Various Landscape Related Scales",
Living Rev. Landscape Res. 1, (2007), 1. URL (accessed <date>):
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