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    1. PATRIARCHE D; LEDOUX E; SIMON-COINCON R; MICHELOT J-L; CABRERA J
      Characterization and modeling of diffusion process for mass transport through the Tournemire argillites (Aveyron, France)

      Applied clay science
    2. Boothman, WS; Hansen, DJ; Berry, WJ; Robson, DL; Helmstetter, A; Corbin, JM; Pratt, SD
      Biological response to variation of acid-volatile sulfides and metals in field-exposed spiked sediments

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    3. Siemens, RA; Mudge, SM; Cancino, JM
      The effect of physical and chemical parameters on the macroinfaunal community structure of San Vicente bay, Chile

      Revista chilena de historia natural
    4. Ritvo, G; Dixon, JB; Speed, MF; Lawrence, AL
      Sulfide profile determination in a waterlogged soil microcosm by in situ filtration

      WETLANDS
    5. Kopp, J; Dichtl, N
      Prediction of full-scale dewatering results of sewage sludges by the physical water distribution

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    6. Anderson, BS; Hunt, JW; Phillips, BM; Fairey, R; Puckett, HM; Stephenson, M; Taberski, K; Newman, J; Tjeerdema, RS
      Influence of sample manipulation on contaminant flux and toxicity at the sediment-water interface

      MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    7. Yusoff, FM; Matias, HB; Khalid, ZA; Phang, SM
      Culture of microalgae using interstitial water extracted from shrimp pond bottom sediments

      AQUACULTURE
    8. Sohlenius, G; Emeis, KC; Andren, E; Adren, T; Kohly, A
      Development of anoxia during the Holocene fresh-brackish water transition in the Baltic Sea

      MARINE GEOLOGY
    9. Blais-Stevens, A; Bornhold, BD; Kemp, AES; Dean, JM; Vaan, AA
      Overview of Late Quaternary stratigraphy in Saanich Inlet, British Columbia: results of Ocean Drilling Program Leg 169S

      MARINE GEOLOGY
    10. Whiticar, MJ; Elvert, ME
      Organic geochemistry of Saanich Inlet, BC, during the Holocene as revealedby Ocean Drilling Program Leg 169S

      MARINE GEOLOGY
    11. Elvert, M; Whiticar, MJ; Suess, E
      Diploptene in varved sediments of Saanich Inlet: indicator of increasing bacterial activity under anaerobic conditions during the Holocene

      MARINE GEOLOGY
    12. Gonsiorczyk, T; Casper, P; Koschel, R
      Mechanisms of phosphorus release from the bottom sediment of the oligotrophic Lake Stechlin: Importance of the permanently oxic sediment surface

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    13. Tallberg, P; Koski-Vahala, J
      Silicate-induced phosphate release from surface sediment in eutrophic lakes

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    14. Rocha, C
      Density-driven convection during flooding of warm, permeable intertidal sediments: the ecological importance of the convective turnover pump

      JOURNAL OF SEA RESEARCH
    15. Babu, KN; Ouseph, PP; Padmalal, D
      Interstitial water - sediment geochemistry of N, P and Fe and its responseto overlying waters of tropical estuaries: a case from the southwest coastof India

      ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
    16. Bonnet, C; Babut, M; Ferard, JF; Martel, L; Garric, J
      Assessing the potential toxicity of resuspended sediment

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    17. Cole, FA; Boese, BL; Swartz, RC; Lamberson, JO; DeWitt, TH
      Effects of storage on the toxicity of sediments spiked with fluoranthene to the amphipod, Rhepoxynius abronius

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    18. Penn, MR; Auer, MT; Doerr, SM; Driscoll, CT; Brooks, CM; Effler, SW
      Seasonality in phosphorus release rates from the sediments of a hypereutrophic lake under a matrix of pH and redox conditions

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    19. Kopp, J; Dichtl, N
      Prediction of full-scale dewatering results by determining the water distribution of sewage sludges

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    20. Burd, B; Macdonald, R; Boyd, J
      Punctuated recovery of sediments and benthic infauna: a 19-year study of tailings deposition in a British Columbia fjord

      MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    21. Andreasen, GH; Delaney, ML
      Bulk calcite size fraction distribution and Sr/Ca composition for deep-seasediments at selected age horizons

      MARINE GEOLOGY
    22. Kopf, A; Deyhle, A; Zuleger, E
      Evidence for deep fluid circulation and gas hydrate dissociation using boron and boron isotopes of pore fluids in forearc sediments from Costa Rica (ODP Leg 170)

      MARINE GEOLOGY
    23. Andreasen, GH; Delaney, ML
      Lithologic controls on calcite recrystallization in Cenozoic deep-sea sediments

      MARINE GEOLOGY
    24. Tunnicliffe, V
      A fine-scale record of 130 years of organic carbon deposition in an anoxicfjord, Saanich Inlet, British Columbia

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    25. Aharon, P; Fu, BS
      Microbial sulfate reduction rates and sulfur and oxygen isotope fractionations at oil and gas seeps in deepwater Gulf of Mexico

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    26. Burkhard, LP
      Estimating dissolved organic carbon partition coefficients for nonionic organic chemicals

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    27. Glasby, GP; Schulz, HD
      E-H, pH diagrams for Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu and As under seawater conditions: Application of two new types of E-H, pH diagrams to the study of specific problems in marine geochemistry

      AQUATIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    28. Bava, KA; Seralathan, P
      Interstitial water and hydrochemistry of a mangrove forest and adjoining water system, south west coast of India

      ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
    29. Call, DJ; Polkinghorne, CN; Markee, TP; Brooke, LT; Geiger, DL; Gorsuch, JW; Robillard, KA
      Silver toxicity to Chironomus tentans in two freshwater sediments

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    30. Berry, WJ; Cantwell, MG; Edwards, PA; Serbst, JR; Hansen, DJ
      Predicting toxicity of sediments spiked with silver

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    31. Hickey, CW; Martin, ML
      Chronic toxicity of ammonia to the freshwater bivalve Sphaerium novaezelandiae

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    32. Mayer, T; Ptacek, C; Zanini, L
      Sediments as a source of nutrients to hypereutrophic marshes of Point Pelee, Ontario, Canada

      WATER RESEARCH
    33. Rutten, A; de Lange, GJ; Hayes, A; Rohling, EJ; de Jong, AFM; van der Borg, K
      Deposition of sapropel S1 sediments in oxic pelagic and anoxic brine environments in the eastern Mediterranean: differences in diagenesis and preservation

      MARINE GEOLOGY
    34. Ku, TCW; Walter, LM; Coleman, ML; Blake, RE; Martini, AM
      Coupling between sulfur recycling and syndepositional carbonate dissolution: Evidence from oxygen and sulfur isotope composition of pore water sulfate, South Florida Platform, USA

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    35. Martens, CS; Albert, DB; Alperin, MJ
      Stable isotope tracing of anaerobic methane oxidation in the gassy sediments of Eckernforde Bay, German Baltic Sea

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    36. Lind, CJ; Creasey, CL; Angeroth, C
      In-situ alteration of minerals by acidic ground water resulting from mining activities: preliminary evaluation of method

      JOURNAL OF GEOCHEMICAL EXPLORATION
    37. ALBAKRI D; KITTANEH W
      PHYSICOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND POLLUTION INDICATORS IN THE INTERTIDAL ZONE OF KUWAIT - IMPLICATIONS FOR BENTHIC ECOLOGY

      Environmental management
    38. USUI T; KOIKE I; OGURA N
      VERTICAL PROFILES OF NITROUS-OXIDE AND DISSOLVED-OXYGEN IN MARINE-SEDIMENTS

      Marine chemistry
    39. Martens, CS; Albert, DB; Alperin, MJ
      Biogeochemical processes controlling methane in gassy coastal sediments - Part 1. A model coupling organic matter flux to gas production, oxidation and transport

      CONTINENTAL SHELF RESEARCH
    40. BOERS PCM; VANRAAPHORST W; VANDERMOLEN DT
      PHOSPHORUS RETENTION IN SEDIMENTS

      Water science and technology
    41. WINGER PV; LASIER PJ; JACKSON BP
      THE INFLUENCE OF EXTRACTION PROCEDURE ON ION CONCENTRATIONS IN SEDIMENT PORE-WATER

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    42. Boulton, AJ; Findlay, S; Marmonier, P; Stanley, EH; Valett, HM
      The functional significance of the hyporheic zone in streams and rivers

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF ECOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS
    43. VIGANO L; ARILLO A; FALUGI C; MELODIA F
      HISTOCHEMICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL MARKERS IN TROUT LARVAE EXPOSED TO RIVER SEDIMENTS

      Chemosphere (Oxford)
    44. BLAIR N
      THE DELTA-C-13 OF BIOGENIC METHANE IN MARINE-SEDIMENTS - THE INFLUENCE OF C-ORG DEPOSITION RATE

      Chemical geology
    45. CLARET C
      HYPORRHEIC BIOFILM DEVELOPMENT ON ARTIFICIAL SUBSTRATE, AS A TOOL FORASSESSING TROPHIC STATUS OF AQUATIC SYSTEMS - FIRST RESULTS

      Annales de Limnologie
    46. SIMPSON SL; APTE SC; BATLEY GE
      SAMPLE STORAGE ARTIFACTS AFFECTING THE MEASUREMENT OF DISSOLVED COPPER IN SULFIDIC WATERS

      Analytical chemistry (Washington)
    47. ZHANG M; USTIN SL; REJMANKOVA E; SANDERSON EW
      MONITORING PACIFIC COAST SALT MARSHES USING REMOTE-SENSING

      Ecological applications
    48. SHIOYA S; HAIDA M; FUKUZAKI M; KURITA D; TSUJI C; OHTA Y; YAMABAYASHI H
      NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE STUDY OF LUNG WATER COMPARTMENTS IN THE RAT

      American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology
    49. PASSIER HF; LUTHER GW; DELANGE GJ
      EARLY DIAGENESIS AND SULFUR SPECIATION IN SEDIMENTS OF THE OMAN MARGIN, NORTHWESTERN ARABIAN SEA

      Deep-sea research. Part 2. Topical studies in oceanography
    50. TADA K; MONTANI S
      AN EVALUATION OF PHOSPHATE UPWARD FLUXES FROM THE COASTAL SEDIMENTS BY 3 DIFFERENT METHODS

      Fisheries science
    51. VANSANTVOORT PJM; DELANGE GJ; LANGEREIS CG; DEKKERS MJ; PATERNE M
      GEOCHEMICAL AND PALEOMAGNETIC EVIDENCE FOR THE OCCURRENCE OF MISSING SAPROPELS IN EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEDIMENTS

      Paleoceanography
    52. DELVALLS TA; LUBIAN LM; FORJA JM; GOMEZPARRA A
      COMPARATIVE ECOTOXICITY OF INTERSTITIAL WATERS IN LITTORAL ECOSYSTEMSUSING MICROTOX(R) AND THE ROTIFER BRACHIONUS-PLICATILIS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    53. GONSIORCZYK T; CASPER P; KOSCHEL R
      VARIATIONS OF PHOSPHORUS RELEASE FROM SEDIMENTS IN STRATIFIED LAKES

      Water, air and soil pollution
    54. TALLBERG P; HARTIKAINEN H; KAIRESALO T
      WHY IS SOLUBLE SILICON IN INTERSTITIAL AND LAKE WATER SAMPLES IMMOBILIZED BY FREEZING

      Water research
    55. KLEEBERG A; KOZERSKI HP
      PHOSPHORUS RELEASE IN LAKE-GROSSER-MUGGELSEE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FORLAKE RESTORATION

      Hydrobiologia
    56. STANDLEY LJ
      EFFECT OF SEDIMENTARY ORGANIC-MATTER COMPOSITION ON THE PARTITIONING AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF DIELDRIN TO THE OLIGOCHAETE LUMBRICULUS-VARIEGATUS

      Environmental science & technology
    57. AZCUE JM; ROSA F; LAWSON G
      AN IMPROVED DIALYSIS SAMPLER FOR THE IN-SITU COLLECTION OF LARGER VOLUMES OF SEDIMENT PORE WATERS

      Environmental technology
    58. WHITEMAN FW; ANKLEY GT; KAHL MD; RAU DM; BALCER MD
      EVALUATION OF INTERSTITIAL WATER AS A ROUTE OF EXPOSURE FOR AMMONIA IN SEDIMENT TESTS WITH BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    59. ANKLEY GT; DITORO DM; HANSEN DJ; BERRY WJ
      TECHNICAL BASIS AND PROPOSAL FOR DERIVING SEDIMENT QUALITY CRITERIA FOR METALS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    60. BERRY WJ; HANSEN DJ; MAHONY JD; ROBSON DL; DITORO DM; SHIPLEY BP; ROGERS B; CORBIN JM; BOOTHMAN WS
      PREDICTING THE TOXICITY OF METAL-SPIKED LABORATORY SEDIMENTS USING ACID-VOLATILE SULFIDE AND INTERSTITIAL WATER NORMALIZATIONS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    61. HANSEN DJ; BERRY WJ; MAHONY JD; BOOTHMAN WS; DITORO DM; ROBSON DL; ANKLEY GT; MA D; YAN Q; PESCH CE
      PREDICTING THE TOXICITY OF METAL-CONTAMINATED FIELD SEDIMENTS USING INTERSTITIAL CONCENTRATION OF METALS AND ACID-VOLATILE SULFIDE NORMALIZATIONS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    62. HANSEN DJ; MAHONY JD; BERRY WJ; BENYI SJ; CORBIN JM; PRATT SD; DITORO DM; ABEL MB
      CHRONIC EFFECT OF CADMIUM IN SEDIMENTS ON COLONIZATION BY BENTHIC MARINE ORGANISMS - AN EVALUATION OF THE ROLE OF INTERSTITIAL CADMIUM AND ACID-VOLATILE SULFIDE IN BIOLOGICAL AVAILABILITY

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    63. TKALITCH PV; CHEN W; TAY JH
      MODELING OF HEAVY-METALS IN A RESERVOIR WITH DIFFUSIVE BOTTOM LAYER

      Water science and technology
    64. REJMANKOVA E; POST RA
      METHANE IN SULFATE-RICH AND SULFATE-POOR WETLAND SEDIMENTS

      Biogeochemistry
    65. CHEN W; TAN SK; TAY JH
      DISTRIBUTION, FRACTIONAL COMPOSITION AND RELEASE OF SEDIMENT-BOUND HEAVY-METALS IN TROPICAL RESERVOIRS

      Water, air and soil pollution
    66. GARBAN B; OLLIVON D; CARRU AM; CHESTERIKOFF A
      ORIGIN, RETENTION AND RELEASE OF TRACE-METALS FROM SEDIMENTS OF THE RIVER-SEINE

      Water, air and soil pollution
    67. LUERS F; TENHULSCHER TEM
      TEMPERATURE EFFECT ON THE PARTITIONING OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS BETWEEN NATURAL ORGANIC-CARBON AND WATER

      Chemosphere
    68. YAGI A
      MANGANESE FLUX ASSOCIATED WITH DISSOLVED AND SUSPENDED MANGANESE FORMS IN LAKE FUKAMI-IKE

      Water research
    69. VANSANTVOORT PJM; DELANGE GJ
      MESSINIAN SALT FLUXES INTO THE PRESENT-DAY EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN - IMPLICATIONS FOR BUDGET CALCULATIONS AND STAGNATION

      Marine geology
    70. LYONS WB; LENT RM; BURNETT WC; CHIN P; LANDING WM; OREM WH; MCARTHUR JM
      JELLYFISH LAKE, PALAU - REGENERATION OF C, N, SI, AND P IN ANOXIC MARINE LAKE-SEDIMENTS

      Limnology and oceanography
    71. DELVALLS TA; LUBIAN LM; DELVALLE MG; FORJA JM
      EVALUATING DECLINE PARAMETERS OF ROTIFER BRACHIONUS-PLICATILIS POPULATIONS AS AN INTERSTITIAL WATER TOXICITY BIOASSAY

      Hydrobiologia
    72. RICHTER FM
      MODELS FOR THE COUPLED SR-SULFATE BUDGET IN DEEP-SEA CARBONATES

      Earth and planetary science letters
    73. LOPEZ P; VIDAL M; LLUCH X; MORGUI JA
      SEDIMENT METABOLISM IN A TRANSITIONAL CONTINENTAL MARINE AREA - THE ALBUFERA-FO-MAJORCA (BALEARIC-ISLANDS, SPAIN)

      Marine and freshwater research
    74. BELFROID AC; SEINEN W; VANGESTEL KCAM; HERMENS JLM; VANLEEUWEN KJ
      MODELING THE ACCUMULATION OF HYDROPHOBIC ORGANIC-CHEMICALS IN EARTHWORMS - APPLICATION OF THE EQUILIBRIUM PARTITIONING THEORY

      Environmental science and pollution research international
    75. MOTELLIER S; NOIRE MH; PITSCH H; DUREAULT B
      PH DETERMINATION OF CLAY INTERSTITIAL WATER USING A FIBEROPTIC SENSOR

      Sensors and actuators. B, Chemical
    76. SARDA N; BURTON GA
      AMMONIA VARIATION IN SEDIMENTS - SPATIAL, TEMPORAL AND METHOD-RELATEDEFFECTS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    77. OZRETICH RJ; SMITH LM; ROBERTS FA
      REVERSED-PHASE SEPARATION OF ESTUARINE INTERSTITIAL WATER FRACTIONS AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF C-18 RETENTION OF ORGANIC-MATTER

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    78. MEADOR JP; CASILLAS E; SLOAN CA; VARANASI U
      COMPARATIVE BIOACCUMULATION OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS FROM SEDIMENT BY 2 INFAUNAL INVERTEBRATES

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    79. GARBAN B; OLLIVON D; POULIN M; GAULTIER V; CHESTERIKOFF A
      EXCHANGES AT THE SEDIMENT-WATER INTERFACE IN THE RIVER SEINE, DOWNSTREAM FROM PARIS

      Water research
    80. BUFFLAP SE; ALLEN HE
      SEDIMENT PORE-WATER COLLECTION METHODS FOR TRACE-METAL ANALYSIS - A REVIEW

      Water research
    81. SARAZIN G; GAILLARD JF; PHILIPPE L; RABOUILLE C
      ORGANIC-MATTER MINERALIZATION IN THE PORE-WATER OF A EUTROPHIC LAKE (AYDAT LAKE, PUY-DE-DOME, FRANCE)

      Hydrobiologia
    82. BELFROID A; SIKKENK M; SEINEN W; VANGESTEL K; HERMENS J
      THE TOXICOKINETIC BEHAVIOR OF CHLOROBENZENES IN EARTHWORM (EISENIA-ANDREI) EXPERIMENTS IN SOIL

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    83. TRIBBLE GW; ATKINSON MJ; SANSONE FJ; SMITH SV
      REEF METABOLISM AND ENDO-UPWELLING IN PERSPECTIVE

      Coral reefs
    84. SANSONE FJ; HOLLIBAUGH JT; VINK SM; CHAMBERS RM; JOYE SB; POPP BN
      DIVER-OPERATED PISTON CORER FOR NEARSHORE USE

      Estuaries
    85. ROY R; KNOWLES R
      EFFECTS OF METHANE METABOLISM ON NITRIFICATION AND NITROUS-OXIDE PRODUCTION IN POLLUTED FRESH-WATER SEDIMENT

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    86. ANKLEY GT; SCHUBAUERBERIGAN MK
      COMPARISON OF TECHNIQUES FOR THE ISOLATION OF SEDIMENT PORE-WATER FORTOXICITY TESTING

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    87. ANKLEY GT; SCHUBAUERBERIGAN MK
      COMPARISON OF TECHNIQUES FOR THE ISOLATION OF SEDIMENT PORE-WATER FORTOXICITY TESTING

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    88. ANKLEY GT; LEONARD EN; MATTSON VR
      PREDICTION OF BIOACCUMULATION OF METALS FROM CONTAMINATED SEDIMENTS BY THE OLIGOCHAETE, LUMBRICULUS-VARIEGATUS

      Water research
    89. CHAMBERS PA; PREPAS EE
      NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN RIVERBEDS - THE IMPACT OF SEWAGE EFFLUENT AND AQUATIC MACROPHYTES

      Water research
    90. SCHMIDT CM
      DISTRIBUTION IN-SPACE AND TIME OF CLADOCERA (CRUSTACEA) IN THE ALLUVIAL SEDIMENTS OF THE RIVER RHONE (FRANCE)

      Hydrobiologia
    91. SCHUFFERT JD; JAHNKE RA; KASTNER M; LEATHER J; STURZ A; WING MR
      RATES OF FORMATION OF MODERN PHOSPHORITE OFF WESTERN MEXICO

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    92. RIVERADUARTE I; FLEGAL AR
      BENTHIC LEAD FLUXES IN SAN-FRANCISCO BAY, CALIFORNIA, USA

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    93. KVENVOLDEN KA
      GAS HYDRATES - GEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE AND GLOBAL CHANGE

      Reviews of geophysics
    94. WEI C; MORRISON GM
      EFFECT OF STORMWATER RUNOFF ON METAL DISTRIBUTION IN THE SEDIMENT ANDINTERSTITIAL WATERS OF AN URBAN RIVER

      Environmental technology
    95. BLANC G; DOUSSAN C; THOMAS C; BOULEGUE J
      NONSTEADY STATE DIFFUSION AND ADVECTION MODEL OF TRANSIENT CONCENTRATION-DEPTH PROFILES FROM THE BARBADOS ACCRETIONARY COMPLEX

      Oceanologica acta
    96. KAWAHATA H; ISHIZUKA T
      AMINO-ACIDS IN THE SEDIMENTS AND INTERSTITIAL WATERS FROM ODP HOLE-677B AND HOLE-678B IN THE PANAMA BASIN

      Oceanologica acta
    97. SIMPKINS WW; PARKIN TB
      HYDROGEOLOGY AND REDOX GEOCHEMISTRY OF CH4 IN A LATE WISCONSINAN TILLAND LOESS SEQUENCE IN CENTRAL IOWA

      Water resources research
    98. GOMEZPARRA A; FORJA JM
      BENTHIC NUTRIENT FLUXES IN CADIZ BAY (SW SPAIN)

      Hydrobiologia
    99. RICHTER FM
      FLUID-FLOW IN DEEP-SEA CARBONATES - ESTIMATES BASED ON POREWATER SR

      Earth and planetary science letters
    100. RICHTER FM; LIANG Y
      THE RATE AND CONSEQUENCES OF SR DIAGENESIS IN DEEP-SEA CARBONATES

      Earth and planetary science letters


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