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440 Ma ice stream in North Africa

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440 Ma ice stream in North Africa. / Moreau, Julien; Ghienne, Jean-Francois; Le Heron, Daniel Paul; Rubino, Jean-Loup; Deynoux, Max.

I: Geology, Bind 33, Nr. 9, 09.2005, s. 753-756.

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Moreau, J, Ghienne, J-F, Le Heron, DP, Rubino, J-L & Deynoux, M 2005, '440 Ma ice stream in North Africa', Geology, bind 33, nr. 9, s. 753-756. https://doi.org/10.1130/G21782.1

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Moreau, J., Ghienne, J-F., Le Heron, D. P., Rubino, J-L., & Deynoux, M. (2005). 440 Ma ice stream in North Africa. Geology, 33(9), 753-756. https://doi.org/10.1130/G21782.1

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Moreau J, Ghienne J-F, Le Heron DP, Rubino J-L, Deynoux M. 440 Ma ice stream in North Africa. Geology. 2005 sep;33(9):753-756. https://doi.org/10.1130/G21782.1

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Moreau, Julien ; Ghienne, Jean-Francois ; Le Heron, Daniel Paul ; Rubino, Jean-Loup ; Deynoux, Max. / 440 Ma ice stream in North Africa. I: Geology. 2005 ; Bind 33, Nr. 9. s. 753-756.

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