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Trace-elements (ree) and Isotopes (o, C, Sr) To Characterize the Metasomatic Fluid Sources - Evidence From the Skarn Deposit (fe, W, Cu) of Traversella (ivrea, Italy)

Bibliographic reference Vanderauwera, J. ; Andre, Laurence. Trace-elements (ree) and Isotopes (o, C, Sr) To Characterize the Metasomatic Fluid Sources - Evidence From the Skarn Deposit (fe, W, Cu) of Traversella (ivrea, Italy). In: Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, Vol. 106, no. 3, p. 325-339 (1991)
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