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IGCP 580-596 Geophysical and Geochemical Techniques: A Window on the Palaeozoic World Programme with Abstracts

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  title={IGCP 580-596 Geophysical and Geochemical Techniques: A Window on the Palaeozoic World Programme with Abstracts},
  author={Matys and Grygar},
  year={2013}
}
Alekseev A.O., Kabanov P.B., Zaitsev T.E., Alekseeva T.V. – Magnetic succeptibility (MS) and XRF characterization of a Viséan – Serpukhovian boundary section in southern Moscow Basin, Russia (Poster) p. 17 Bábek, O., Kalvoda, J., Kumpan, T. and Matys Grygar, T. – Towards better comprehension of magnetic signal in carbonates: lessons from Palaeozoic and Cenozoic sedimentary archives (Oral) p. 19 Bahrami, A., Boncheva, I., Safari, Z., & Yazdi, M. – Middle Devonian environment and pre-Taghanic… 

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