Geochemical approaches to the quantification of dispersed volcanic ash in marine sediment
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science, January 2016
Rachel P. Scudder, Richard W. Murray, Julie C. Schindlbeck, Steffen Kutterolf, Folkmar Hauff, Michael B. Underwood, Samantha Gwizd, Rebecca Lauzon, Claire C. McKinley
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|Earth and Planetary Sciences||41||62%|
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