A regional structural model for the northern sector of the Calabrian Arc (southern Italy)

@article{Dijk2000ARS,
  title={A regional structural model for the northern sector of the Calabrian Arc (southern Italy)},
  author={Janpieter van Dijk and Monica Iris Reyes Bello and Greta Brancaleoni and Giuseppe Cantarella and Vicente S{\'e}rgio Costa and Alfredo Frixa and Francesca Golfetto and Saverio Merlini and M. Riva and Stefano Torricelli and Claudio Toscano and Andrea Zerilli},
  journal={Tectonophysics},
  year={2000},
  volume={324},
  pages={267-320}
}

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