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The Pacific Equatorial Age Transect, IODP Expeditions 320 and 321: Building a 50-Million-Year-Long Environmental Record of the Equatorial Pacific

By Mitchell Lyle, Heiko Pälike, Hiroshi Nishi, Isabella Raffi, Kusali Gamage and Adam Klaus
Topics: QE
Year: 2010
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