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Markovic, S B ; Hambach, U ; Stevens, T ; Jovanovic, M ; O’Hara-Dhand, K ; Basarin, B ; Lu, H ; Buggle, B ; Zelch, M ; Sircev, Z et al.
NETHERLANDS JOURNAL OF GEOSCIENCES-GEOLOGIE EN MIJNBOUW 91 pp. 173-188. , 16 p. (2012)
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