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Thermoluminescence and radiocarbon chronology of loess deposition at the Loveland paratype, Iowa


, : Thermoluminescence and radiocarbon chronology of loess deposition at the Loveland paratype, Iowa. Midwest Friends of the Pleistocene: l Meeting. 36; Pages 165-172. 1990.



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