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Articles | Volume 16
Sci. Dril., 16, 45–55, 2013
Sci. Dril., 16, 45–55, 2013

Progress report 05 Nov 2013

Progress report | 05 Nov 2013

Establishment of the Coast Range ophiolite microbial observatory (CROMO): drilling objectives and preliminary outcomes

D. Cardace et al.

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