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Marković, SB ; Oches, EA ; McCoy, WD ; Frechen, M ; Gaudenyi, T
G3 GEOCHEMISTRY GEOPHYSICS GEOSYSTEMS: AN AGU JOURNAL 8 : 9 Paper: Q09008 (2007)
Közlemény:2972519 Nyilvános Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Nyilvános idéző+említés összesen: 86 Független: 29 Függő: 52 Idézett közlemények száma: 5
Folyóiratcikk/Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)/Tudományos[2972519] [Jóváhagyott]
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