Details

Title

Regional hardening of Upper Cretaceous Chalk in eastern England, UK: trace element and stable isotope patterns in the Upper Cenomanian and Turonian Chalk and their significance

Journal title

Acta Geologica Polonica

Yearbook

2014

Volume

vol. 64

Numer

No 4

Publication authors

Divisions of PAS

Nauki o Ziemi

Publisher

Komitet Nauk Geologicznych PAN ; Wydział Geologii UW

Date

2014

Identifier

ISSN 0001-5709

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DOI

10.2478/agp-2014-0023

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