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Orbitally forced cyclicity in a siliciclastic epicontinental setting; an example from the lower lias in the Cleveland Basin (Yorkshire, UK)

, : Orbitally forced cyclicity in a siliciclastic epicontinental setting; an example from the lower lias in the Cleveland Basin (Yorkshire, UK). International Sedimentological Congress 13: 225

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