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Short Note: The first appearance and establishment of an alien vascular plant in natural habitats on the forefield of a retreating glacier in Antarctica

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 January 2011

Maria Olech
Affiliation:
Department of Antarctic Biology, Polish Academy of Science, Ustrzycka 10/12, 02-141 Warsaw, Poland Institute of Botany, Jagiellonian University, Kopernika 27, 31-501 Cracow, Poland
Katarzyna J. Chwedorzewska*
Affiliation:
Department of Antarctic Biology, Polish Academy of Science, Ustrzycka 10/12, 02-141 Warsaw, Poland
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Corresponding author: kchwedorzewska@go2.pl

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