The “Shackleton Site” (IODP Site U1385) on the Iberian Margin. / Hodell, D.A.; Lourens, L.; Stow, D.A.V.; Hernández-Molina, Francisco J.; Alvarez-Zarikian, C.; Members, Shackleton Site Project.

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Hodell, DA, Lourens, L, Stow, DAV, Hernández-Molina, FJ, Alvarez-Zarikian, C & Members, SSP 2013, 'The “Shackleton Site” (IODP Site U1385) on the Iberian Margin', Scientific Drilling, vol. 16, pp. 13-19. https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-16-13-2013

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Hodell, D. A., Lourens, L., Stow, D. A. V., Hernández-Molina, F. J., Alvarez-Zarikian, C., & Members, S. S. P. (2013). The “Shackleton Site” (IODP Site U1385) on the Iberian Margin. Scientific Drilling, 16, 13-19. https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-16-13-2013

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Hodell DA, Lourens L, Stow DAV, Hernández-Molina FJ, Alvarez-Zarikian C, Members SSP. The “Shackleton Site” (IODP Site U1385) on the Iberian Margin. Scientific Drilling. 2013;16:13-19. https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-16-13-2013

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Hodell, D.A. ; Lourens, L. ; Stow, D.A.V. ; Hernández-Molina, Francisco J. ; Alvarez-Zarikian, C. ; Members, Shackleton Site Project. / The “Shackleton Site” (IODP Site U1385) on the Iberian Margin. In: Scientific Drilling. 2013 ; Vol. 16. pp. 13-19.

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