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Magnitude and significance of Miocene crustal extension in the central Mojave Desert, California



Magnitude and significance of Miocene crustal extension in the central Mojave Desert, California



Geology 17(1): 50-53




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DOI: 10.1130/0091-7613(1989)017<0050:MASOMC>2.3.CO;2


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