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Palaeoceanography of organic-rich rocks of the Loma Chumico Formation of Costa Rica, Late Cretaceous, eastern Pacific


, : Palaeoceanography of organic-rich rocks of the Loma Chumico Formation of Costa Rica, Late Cretaceous, eastern Pacific. Sedimentology (Wiley) 43(4): 691-718


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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3091.1996.tb02021.x

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