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Turbidite sandstone beds in the southern part of the Higashiyama oil belt, Niigata Prefecture, central Japan



Turbidite sandstone beds in the southern part of the Higashiyama oil belt, Niigata Prefecture, central Japan



Chishitsu Chosajo Geppo = Bulletin - Japan, Geological Survey 36(11): 611-635




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