DOI:​10.1111/J.1502-3885.2009.00106.X
Corpus ID: 128893307
Onshore record of Hudson River drainage to the continental shelf from the late Miocene through the late Wisconsinan deglaciation, USA: synthesis and revision
S. StanfordPublished 2010GeologyBoreas
Stanford, S. D. 2009: Onshore record of Hudson River drainage to the continental shelf from the late Miocene through the late Wisconsinan deglaciation, USA: synthesis and revision. Boreas, 10.1111/j… Expand
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