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New marine DR values for Arctic Canada q
Roy D. Coulthard, F. C. Nixon, John D. England
Published 2010
Geography
For more than four decades, the reporting of 14 C dates on marine molluscs from Arctic Canada has been notable for the lack of consistently applied marine reservoir corrections. We propose that the… Expand
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