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D., LC Schwartzman (2005)

Temperature, Biogenesis and Biospheric Self-Organization

In: Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics and the Production of Entropy: Life, Earth and Beyond, ed. by A. Kleidon and R. Lorenz. Springer, chap. Temperature, Biogenesis and Biospheric Self-Organization, pp. 207-217.

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