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ten Brink, Uri S.; Schneider, Christopher (Geological Society of America, 1995-07)We propose a simple model for the unusual depositional sequences and morphology of the Antarctic continental shelf. Our model considers the regional stratal geometry and the reversed morphology of the Antarctic continental ...
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