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The silicon isotope composition of Ethmodiscus rex laminated diatom mats from the tropical West Pacific: Implications for silicate cycling during the Last Glacial Maximum

Bibliographic reference Xiong, Z ; Li, Tiegang ; Algeo, Thomas ; Doering, Kristin ; Frank, Martin ; et. al. The silicon isotope composition of Ethmodiscus rex laminated diatom mats from the tropical West Pacific: Implications for silicate cycling during the Last Glacial Maximum. In: Paleooceanography, no. 30, p. 803-823 (2015)
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