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Original paper

Olga Bergal-Kuvikas, Vladimir Leonov, Aleksei Rogozin, Ilya Bindeman, Evgeniy Kliapitskiy, Tatiana Churikova

Stratigraphy, structure and geology of Late Miocene Verkhneavachinskaya caldera with basaltic-andesitic ignimbrites at Eastern Kamchatka

Journal of Geosciences, volume 64 (2019), issue 4, 229 - 250


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