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Grain-size features of a Miocene loess-soil sequence at Qinan: Implications on its origin

Bibliographic reference Qiao, Yansong ; Guo, Zhengtang ; Hao, Qingzhen ; Yin, Qiuzhen ; Yuan, Baoyin ; et. al. Grain-size features of a Miocene loess-soil sequence at Qinan: Implications on its origin. In: Science China Earth Sciences, Vol. 49, no. 7, p. 731-738 (2006)
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