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Detrital thermochronologic record of burial heating and sediment recycling in the Magallanes foreland basin, Patagonian Andes
Fosdick, J.C., Grove, M., Graham, S.A., Hourigan, J.K., Lovera, O.M., and Romans, B.R.
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