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Matching ecohydrological processes and scales of banded vegetation patterns in semiarid catchments

Paschalis, A, Katul, GG, Fatichi, S, Manoli, G, and Molnar, P. Water Resources Research 52, no. 3 (March 2016): 2259-2278.
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