Provenance of Thal Desert sand: Focused erosion in the western Himalayan syntaxis and foreland-basin deposition driven by latest Quaternary climate change

@article{Garzanti2020ProvenanceOT,
  title={Provenance of Thal Desert sand: Focused erosion in the western Himalayan syntaxis and foreland-basin deposition driven by latest Quaternary climate change},
  author={Eduardo Garzanti and Wendong Liang and Sergio And{\'o} and Peter D. Clift and Alberto Resentini and Pieter Vermeesch and Giovanni Vezzoli},
  journal={Earth-Science Reviews},
  year={2020},
  volume={207},
  pages={103220}
}

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