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Kellner Silke; Friese Kurt; Froemmichen Rene; Pekdeger Asaf 1998: Models of biochemical neutralization processes of acidic residual mine lake waters. Terra Nostra (Bonn) 98-3: P86
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V.I.D.itriev; N.M.R.tanova; O.K.Z.kharova; M.V.F.skina 1987: Models of deep electrical conductivity obtained from data on global magnetic variational sounding. Pure and Applied Geophysics 125(2-3): 409-426
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