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Original Paper

Rita C. Economos, Pavel Hanžl, Kristýna Hrdličková, David Buriánek, Lkhagva-Ochir Said, Axel Gerdes, Scott R. Paterson

Geochemical and structural constraints on the magmatic history of the Chandman Massif of the eastern Mongolian Altay Range, SW Mongolia

Journal of Geosciences, volume 53 (2008), issue 3-4, 335 - 352


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