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Testing models of large-scale crustal fluid flow using direct dating of sulfides; Rb-Sr evidence for early dewatering and formation of mississippi valley-type deposits, Canning Basin, Australia
Christensen,John N. et al.
Economic Geology(1995), 90 (4):877
http://dx.doi.org/10.2113/gsecongeo.90.4.877

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