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A Special Issue (Part-II): mafic-ultramafic rocks andalkaline-carbonatitic magmatism and associated hydrothermalmineralization – dedication to Lia N. Kogarko

  • Lalchand Govindram Gwalani , Ken Rogers , Francesco Stoppa , Peter J. Downes , Kirtikumar Randive , K.R. Hari and Michał Bucha
From the journal Open Geosciences


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Published Online: 2015-08-11

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