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"Agrárklíma"

Csaba Mátyás & Attila Borovics

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Correspondence: Mátyás Csaba

Postal address: H-9400 Sopron, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky E. u. 4.

e-mail: cm[at]emk.nyme.hu

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Mátyás, Cs. & Borovics, A. (2014): "Agrárklíma". Bulletin of Forestry Science, 4(2): 7-8. (in Hungarian)

Volume 4, Issue 2
Pages: 7-8

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