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Paleogeographic reconstruction of a late Paleozoic arc collision zone, southern Mongolia
Matthew J. Heumann et al., ConocoPhillips, Houston, Texas, USA. Posted online 8 June 2012; doi: 10.1130/B30510.1.
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