Geochemistry of speleothems affected by aragonite to calcite recrystallization – Potential inheritance from the precursor mineral

@article{Domnguezvillar2017GeochemistryOS,
  title={Geochemistry of speleothems affected by aragonite to calcite recrystallization – Potential inheritance from the precursor mineral},
  author={David Dom{\'i}nguez‐villar and Kristina Krklec and Primo{\vz} Pelicon and Ian J. Fairchild and Hai Yan Cheng and Lawrence R. Edwards},
  journal={Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta},
  year={2017},
  volume={200},
  pages={310-329}
}

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