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      Mercury content in Atlantic sediments as a new indicator of the enlargement and reduction of Northern Hemisphere ice sheets : MERCURY IN ATLANTIC SEDIMENTS AS INDICATOR OF ENLARGEMENT OF ICE SHEET

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      Journal of Quaternary Science
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                Journal
                Journal of Quaternary Science
                J. Quaternary Sci.
                Wiley-Blackwell
                02678179
                April 2016
                April 03 2016
                : 31
                : 3
                : 167-177
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                10.1002/jqs.2854
                71639db8-132a-4bda-92b2-84a1f847fdf1
                © 2016

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