Electrical-sedimentary anisotropy of Rogen moraine, Lake Rogen area, Sweden

@article{Sutinen2010ElectricalsedimentaryAO,
  title={Electrical-sedimentary anisotropy of Rogen moraine, Lake Rogen area, Sweden},
  author={Raimo Sutinen and Mari Jakonen and Matti Piekkari and Paula Haavikko and Paavo N{\"a}rhi and Maarit Middleton},
  journal={Sedimentary Geology},
  year={2010},
  volume={232},
  pages={181-189}
}
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