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L. Gordon Jr. Medaris, Martin Svojtka, Lukáš Ackerman, Spencer J. Cotkin

Petrogenetic evolution of a Late Jurassic calc-alkaline plutonic complex, Klamath Mountains Province, U.S.A.: quantification by major- and trace-element modelling

Journal of Geosciences, volume 64 (2019), issue 2, 81 - 103


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