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Palaeothermal and compaction studies in the Mochras borehole (NW Wales) reveal early Cretaceous and Neogene exhumation and argue against regional Palaeogene uplift in the southern Irish Sea
Holford,Simon P. et al.
Journal of the Geological Society(2005),162(5):829
http://dx.doi.org/10.1144/0016-764904-118
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