Open Access publishing practice in geochemistry: overview of current state and look to the future

@article{Pourret2020OpenAP,
  title={Open Access publishing practice in geochemistry: overview of current state and look to the future},
  author={Olivier Pourret and Andrew S. Hursthouse and Dasapta Erwin Irawan and Karen H. Johannesson and Haiyan Liu and Marc Poujol and Romain Tart{\`e}se and Eric D. van Hullebusch and Oliver Wiche},
  journal={Heliyon},
  year={2020},
  volume={6}
}

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