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Depositional environments of the lower and middle Miocene Temblor Formation of the Reef Ridge, Fresno and Kings counties, California



Depositional environments of the lower and middle Miocene Temblor Formation of the Reef Ridge, Fresno and Kings counties, California



Field Trip Guidebook Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists: 35-52




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