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The nature and significance of gas-generated microvoids as 'secondary' microfabric features in modern and Pleistocene marine and estuarine sediments
Wartel, S.; Parvingher Singh, S.; Faas, R.W. (1991). The nature and significance of gas-generated microvoids as 'secondary' microfabric features in modern and Pleistocene marine and estuarine sediments, in: Bennett, R.H. et al. (Ed.) Microstructure of fine-grained sediments. pp. 55-59
In: Bennett, R.H.; Bryant, W.R.; Hulbert, M.H. (Ed.) (1991). Microstructure of fine-grained sediments. Springer Verlag: New York, more

Also published as
  • Wartel, S.; Parvingher Singh, S.; Faas, R.W. (1990). The nature and significance of gas-generated microvoids as 'secondary' microfabric features in modern and Pleistocene marine and estuarine sediments, in: IZWO Coll. Rep. 20(1990). IZWO Collected Reprints, 20: pp. chapter 35, more

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Keywords
    Sediment analysis; Marine

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  • Wartel, S., more
  • Parvingher Singh, S.
  • Faas, R.W., more

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