Radionuclides and mercury in the salt lakes of the Crimea

@article{Mirzoyeva2015RadionuclidesAM,
  title={Radionuclides and mercury in the salt lakes of the Crimea},
  author={Natalya Mirzoyeva and L. V. Gulina and S. B. Gulin and Olga Plotitsina and Alexandra Stetsuk and Svetlana Arkhipova and Nina Korkishko and Oleg Yu. Eremin},
  journal={Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology},
  year={2015},
  volume={33},
  pages={1413-1425}
}
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