Pleistocene raised marine deposits on Wrangel Island, northeast Siberia and implications for the presence of an East Siberian ice sheet

@article{Gualtieri2003PleistoceneRM,
  title={Pleistocene raised marine deposits on Wrangel Island, northeast Siberia and implications for the presence of an East Siberian ice sheet},
  author={Lyn Gualtieri and Sergey L. Vartanyan and Julie Brigham‐Grette and Patricia M. Anderson},
  journal={Quaternary Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={59},
  pages={399 - 410}
}

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