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Macrofossil, planktonic foraminiferal and nannofossil zonation at the Campanian/Maastrichtian boundary

Published on Jun 12, 1992in Newsletters on Stratigraphy2.848
· DOI :10.1127/nos/27/1992/157
J. A. Burnett12
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J. M. Hancock1
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+ 1 AuthorsAlan R. Lord3
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