Pyrite and Marcasite Coated Grains in the Ordovician Winnipeg Formation, Canada: An Intertwined Record of Surface Conditions, Stratigraphic Condensation, Geochemical

@article{Schieber2005PyriteAM,
  title={Pyrite and Marcasite Coated Grains in the Ordovician Winnipeg Formation, Canada: An Intertwined Record of Surface Conditions, Stratigraphic Condensation, Geochemical},
  author={J{\"u}rgen Schieber and Lee R. Riciputi},
  journal={Journal of Sedimentary Research},
  year={2005}
}
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