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Bokhorst, M P ; Vandenberghe, J ; Sümegi, P ; Laczont, M ; Gerasimenko, N P ; Mathvisiina, Z N ; Markovic, S B ; Frechen, M
QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL 234 : 1-2 pp. 62-74. , 13 p. (2011)
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