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Mid-Pleistocene vermiculated red soils in southern China as an indication of unusually strengthened East Asian monsoon
Q. Z. Yin; Z. T. Guo
2006
Source PublicationChinese Science Bulletin
Volume51Issue:2Pages:213-220
DepartmentIEECAS LLQG
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ieecas.cn/handle/361006/412
Collection黄土与第四纪地质国家重点实验室(2005-2009)
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Q. Z. Yin,Z. T. Guo. Mid-Pleistocene vermiculated red soils in southern China as an indication of unusually strengthened East Asian monsoon[J]. Chinese Science Bulletin,2006,51(2):213-220.
APA Q. Z. Yin,&Z. T. Guo.(2006).Mid-Pleistocene vermiculated red soils in southern China as an indication of unusually strengthened East Asian monsoon.Chinese Science Bulletin,51(2),213-220.
MLA Q. Z. Yin,et al."Mid-Pleistocene vermiculated red soils in southern China as an indication of unusually strengthened East Asian monsoon".Chinese Science Bulletin 51.2(2006):213-220.
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