Cross-border subsurface geology in the Atlantic Margin and the Barents Sea : an introduction. / Chiarella, Domenico; Archer, Stuart G.; Howell, J A ; Jackson, Christopher A.-L.; Kombrink, Henk; Patruno, Stefano.

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Cross-border subsurface geology in the Atlantic Margin and the Barents Sea : an introduction. / Chiarella, Domenico; Archer, Stuart G.; Howell, J A ; Jackson, Christopher A.-L.; Kombrink, Henk; Patruno, Stefano.

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Chiarella, D, Archer, SG, Howell, JA, Jackson, CA-L, Kombrink, H & Patruno, S 2022, 'Cross-border subsurface geology in the Atlantic Margin and the Barents Sea: an introduction', Geological Society, London, Special Publications, vol. 495. https://doi.org/10.1144/SP495-2022-91

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Chiarella, D., Archer, S. G., Howell, J. A., Jackson, C. A-L., Kombrink, H., & Patruno, S. (2022). Cross-border subsurface geology in the Atlantic Margin and the Barents Sea: an introduction. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 495. https://doi.org/10.1144/SP495-2022-91

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Chiarella D, Archer SG, Howell JA, Jackson CA-L, Kombrink H, Patruno S. Cross-border subsurface geology in the Atlantic Margin and the Barents Sea: an introduction. Geological Society, London, Special Publications. 2022 Jun 6;495. https://doi.org/10.1144/SP495-2022-91

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Chiarella, Domenico ; Archer, Stuart G. ; Howell, J A ; Jackson, Christopher A.-L. ; Kombrink, Henk ; Patruno, Stefano. / Cross-border subsurface geology in the Atlantic Margin and the Barents Sea : an introduction. In: Geological Society, London, Special Publications. 2022 ; Vol. 495.

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