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Diagenetically enhanced entrapment of hydrocarbons, southeastern Lost Hills fractured shale pool, Kern County, California



Diagenetically enhanced entrapment of hydrocarbons, southeastern Lost Hills fractured shale pool, Kern County, California



Pages 171-183 1983




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