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Sedimentological and mineralogical analysis of the turbidite sandstone beds at the eastern margin of the Niigata Neogene backarc oil basin, Northwest Japan; with special reference to the coexistence of shallow-marine and deep-marine turbidite sandstone beds



Sedimentological and mineralogical analysis of the turbidite sandstone beds at the eastern margin of the Niigata Neogene backarc oil basin, Northwest Japan; with special reference to the coexistence of shallow-marine and deep-marine turbidite sandstone beds



Warta Geologi = Newsletter of the Geological Society of Malaysia 18(6): 280-281




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