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Deformation of allochthonous salt and evolution of related salt-structural systems, eastern Louisiana Gulf Coast



Deformation of allochthonous salt and evolution of related salt-structural systems, eastern Louisiana Gulf Coast



AAPG Memoir 65: 177-198




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