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8/1/2009

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Print-out and use the material for personal/private use.

You may not:

Freely copy, modify and/or distribute the material, neither as a whole nor in parts, in any form: copying, transcription, photographing, recording at phonic medium or storing at electronic medium (diskette, CD, hard disk, etc.). This require you contact the author to get his or hers permission. All Print-outs and copies of this material, as a whole or in parts, shall include the instructions below about data-source!


For questions concerning print-out and copying, please contact:

Lars Lundin
SLU
Department of Soil and Environment
P.O.Box 7001
SE-750 07 UPPSALA
+46 (0)18-671070

Lars.Lundin@mark.slu.se
 


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A user who publishes or presents data from this database undertakes to always, when presenting processed data, state the data source. The user solely is responsible for the interpretation of data. In written compilations of data, the text below (in Swedish or in English) must always be published in connection with the presentation. Where indicated by slashes, choose the applicable word.


Swedish

"Hela/Delar av datamaterialet i denna undersökning är hämtat från Ståndortskarteringen som utförs av institutionen för skoglig marklära, SLU. Författaren/Författarna ansvarar själva för tolkningen av materialet."

English

"The complete/Part of the dataset used in this publication was made available by the Swedish National Survey of Forest Soils and Vegetation performed by the Department of Forest Soils, SLU. The author/authors are solely responsible for the interpretation of data."

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