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Glacioeustatic changes in the early and middle Eocene (51–42 Ma): Shallow-water stratigraphy from ODP Leg 189 Site 1171 (South Tasman Rise) and deep-sea δ18O records
Pekar,Stephen F. et al.
Geological Society of America Bulletin(2005),117(7):1081
http://dx.doi.org/10.1130/B25486.1

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