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Fossil gastropods from the MGS3 stratigraphic segment in the Salawusu River Valley and their climatic and environmental implications
B.S.Li; D.N.Chen; D.D.Zhang; X.H.Wen; S.F.Qiu; X.J.Ou; S.H.Du; D.Niu; Y.Yang; J.P.Ye; Y.Guo
2008
Source PublicationScience in China Series D-Earth Sciences
Volume51Issue:3Pages:339-348
Cooperation Status其它
KeywordSalawusu River Valley Milanggouwan Section Mgs3 Stratigraphic Segment Fossil Gastropods Climatic Environment
Subject Area地质学 ; 地球化学 ; 地理学
WOS IDWOS:000253527000003
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ieecas.cn/handle/361006/1665
Collection黄土与第四纪地质国家重点实验室(2005-2009)
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B.S.Li,D.N.Chen,D.D.Zhang,et al. Fossil gastropods from the MGS3 stratigraphic segment in the Salawusu River Valley and their climatic and environmental implications[J]. Science in China Series D-Earth Sciences,2008,51(3):339-348.
APA B.S.Li.,D.N.Chen.,D.D.Zhang.,X.H.Wen.,S.F.Qiu.,...&Y.Guo.(2008).Fossil gastropods from the MGS3 stratigraphic segment in the Salawusu River Valley and their climatic and environmental implications.Science in China Series D-Earth Sciences,51(3),339-348.
MLA B.S.Li,et al."Fossil gastropods from the MGS3 stratigraphic segment in the Salawusu River Valley and their climatic and environmental implications".Science in China Series D-Earth Sciences 51.3(2008):339-348.
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