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Title

Sulfur isotope patterns of iron sulfide and barite nodules in the Upper Cretaceous Chalk of England and their regional significance in the origin of coloured chalks

Journal title

Acta Geologica Polonica

Yearbook

2016

Volume

vol. 66

Numer

No 2

Authors

Divisions of PAS

Nauki o Ziemi

Publisher

Komitet Nauk Geologicznych PAN ; Wydział Geologii UW

Date

2016

Identifier

ISSN 0001-5709

References

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DOI

10.1515/agp-2016-0010

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