Episodic mafic magmatism in the Eyre Peninsula: Defining syn- and post-depositional BIF environments for iron deposits in the Middleback Ranges, South Australia

@article{Keyser2020EpisodicMM,
  title={Episodic mafic magmatism in the Eyre Peninsula: Defining syn- and post-depositional BIF environments for iron deposits in the Middleback Ranges, South Australia},
  author={William Keyser and C. L. Ciobanu and Nigel John Cook and Benjamin P. Wade and Allen Kennedy and Alkiviadis Kontonikas-Charos and Kathy Ehrig and Holly Feltus and G Johnson},
  journal={Precambrian Research},
  year={2020},
  volume={337},
  pages={105535}
}
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