IPI International Potash Institute
IPI International Potash Institute

Impressum: e-ifc No. 15, March 2008

Impressum e-ifc

ISSN 1662-2499 (Online); ISSN 1662-6656 (Print)

Publisher
International Potash Institute (IPI)
Editors
Ernest A. Kirkby, UK; Susanna Thorp, WRENmedia, UK; Patrick Harvey, Green-Shoots, UK; Hillel Magen, IPI
Chief editor Chinese edition
Youguo Tian, NATESC, Beijing, China
Layout & design
Martha Vacano, IPI
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