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Effects of climate change and seed dispersal on airborne ragweed pollen loads in Europe

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            Journal
            Nature Climate Change
            Nature Clim Change
            Springer Nature
            1758-678X
            1758-6798
            August 2015
            May 25 2015
            : 5
            : 8
            : 766-771
            10.1038/nclimate2652
            © 2015

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