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Quantitative studies of marsh foraminiferal patterns in southern California and their application to Holocene stratigraphic problems



Quantitative studies of marsh foraminiferal patterns in southern California and their application to Holocene stratigraphic problems



Maritime Sediments: al Publication No. 1, Part A, Pages 153-170. 1976.




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