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Why is 'red marble' red: could Fe-isotopes shed light on this question through the study of the Italian Ammonitico Rosso and recent organisms?
Préat, A.; de Jong, J.; De Ridder, C.; Gillan, D.; Martire, L. (2011). Why is 'red marble' red: could Fe-isotopes shed light on this question through the study of the Italian Ammonitico Rosso and recent organisms?, in: Geoitalia 2011. VIII Forum Italiano di Scienze della Terra. pp. 236
In: (2011). Geoitalia 2011. VIII Forum Italiano di Scienze della Terra. Geoitalia: Italia. 355 pp., more

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Keyword
    Marine
Author keywords
    Iron isotopes; Microbial mediation; Italian Jurassic Rosso Ammonitico; Recent sea urchins and bivalves; Red pigmentation of 'marble'

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  • Martire, L.

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