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Kinetically limited weathering at low denudation rates in semiarid climatic conditions.

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Bibliographic reference Schoonejans, Jérôme ; Vanacker, Veerle ; Opfergelt, Sophie ; Ameijeiras Mariño, Yolanda. Kinetically limited weathering at low denudation rates in semiarid climatic conditions.. In: Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 121, no. 121 (2016), p. 336–350 (2016)
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