The effects of meteoric diagenesis on the geochemical composition and microstructure of Pliocene fossil Terebratalia coreanica and Laqueus rubellus brachiopod shells from northeastern Japan
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science, June 2019
Hiroshi Fujioka, Hideko Takayanagi, Koshi Yamamoto, Yasufumi Iryu
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