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The Tony Ridge zoned ultramafic dyke, Wyoming, USA: preliminary geochemical results

The Tony Ridge zoned ultramafic dyke, Wyoming, USA: preliminary geochemical results
The Tony Ridge zoned ultramafic dyke, Wyoming, USA: preliminary geochemical results
978-9054105510
193-204
Taylor & Francis
Summers, M.A.
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Hall, R.P.
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Hughes, D.J.
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Nesbitt, R.W.
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Snyder, G.L.
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Baer, G.
Heimann, A.
Summers, M.A.
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Hall, R.P.
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Hughes, D.J.
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Nesbitt, R.W.
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Snyder, G.L.
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Heimann, A.

Summers, M.A., Hall, R.P., Hughes, D.J., Nesbitt, R.W. and Snyder, G.L. (1995) The Tony Ridge zoned ultramafic dyke, Wyoming, USA: preliminary geochemical results. In, Baer, G. and Heimann, A. (eds.) Physics and Chemistry of Dykes. (International Geological Correlation Project 336 Publication) Abingdon, GB. Taylor & Francis, pp. 193-204.

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Published date: January 1995
Organisations: Geochemistry

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/361664
ISBN: 978-9054105510
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