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      Morphology and distribution of Miocene slope incisions off New Jersey: Are they diagnostic of sequence boundaries?

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      Geological Society of America Bulletin
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                Journal
                Geological Society of America Bulletin
                Geological Society of America Bulletin
                Geological Society of America
                0016-7606
                1943-2674
                June 01 2000
                June 01 2000
                : 112
                : 6
                : 817-828
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                10.1130/0016-7606(2000)112<817:MADOMS>2.0.CO;2
                e6d9abaf-9524-4b56-ae9f-5fb6d41e87a9
                © 2000
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