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Struttura geologica fra i Monti di Campiglia e Rapolano Terme (Toscana meridionale): stato attuale delle conoscenze e problematiche

@inproceedings{Bertini1991StrutturaGF,
  title={Struttura geologica fra i Monti di Campiglia e Rapolano Terme (Toscana meridionale): stato attuale delle conoscenze e problematiche},
  author={G. Bertini and G. M. Cameli and A. Costantini and F. Decandia and M. D. Filippo and Ivano Dini and F. M. Elter and A. Lazzarotto and D. Liotta and E. Pandeli and Fabio Sandrelli and B. Toro},
  year={1991}
}
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