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Lead and sulfur isotope investigation of Paleozoic sedimentary rocks from the southern Midcontinent of the United States; implications for paleohydrology and ore genesis of the Southeast Missouri lead belts
Goldhaber,Martin B. et al.
Economic Geology(1995), 90 (7):1875
http://dx.doi.org/10.2113/gsecongeo.90.7.1875

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