Collection of radiocarbon dates on the mammoths (Mammuthus Primigenius) and other genera of Wrangel Island, northeast Siberia, Russia

@article{Vartanyan2008CollectionOR,
  title={Collection of radiocarbon dates on the mammoths (Mammuthus Primigenius) and other genera of Wrangel Island, northeast Siberia, Russia},
  author={Sergey L. Vartanyan and Kh. A. Arslanov and Juha Karhu and G{\"o}ran Possnert and Leopold D. Sulerzhitsky},
  journal={Quaternary Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={70},
  pages={51 - 59}
}
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