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Geochemical assessment of claystone deposits from the Patti Formation, Southern Bida Basin, Nigeria

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Geochemistry of Fluvial Sediments from Geregu, Southwest Nigeria

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2D density model of the Chinese continental lithosphere along a NW-SE transect

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Carbonate complexes underlying Flysch belt and subsurface Neogene volcanic in the NE part of Slovakia – a potential for geothermal energy and raw materials

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