Variations in trace elements, isotopes, and organic geochemistry during the Hangenberg Crisis, Devonian–Carboniferous transition, northeastern Vietnam

Published on Jan 1, 2020in Island Arc0.893
· DOI :10.1111/IAR.12337
Atena Shizuya (Tohoku University), Masahiro Oba6
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(Tohoku University)
+ 5 AuthorsPhong Nguyen3
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