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Contrasting origin of two clay-rich debris flows at Cayambe Volcanic Complex, Ecuador

Bibliographic reference Detienne, Marie ; Delmelle, Pierre ; Guevara, Alicia ; Samaniego, P ; Opfergelt, Sophie ; et. al. Contrasting origin of two clay-rich debris flows at Cayambe Volcanic Complex, Ecuador. In: Bulletin of Volcanology, , no.79:27 (2017)
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