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Magnetotelluric soundings of the edge of the Nazca Plate; 33 degrees S, Mendoza, Argentina



Magnetotelluric soundings of the edge of the Nazca Plate; 33 degrees S, Mendoza, Argentina



Reunion Annuelle des Sciences de la Terre 11: 119




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