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Submerged terra incognita : Lake Michigan ' s abundant but unknown rocky zones

@inproceedings{JJanssen2005SubmergedTI,
  title={Submerged terra incognita : Lake Michigan ' s abundant but unknown rocky zones},
  author={' J.Janssen and M. B. Berg and S. J. Lozano},
  year={2005}
}
  • ' J.Janssen, M. B. Berg, S. J. Lozano
  • Published 2005
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