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Xiong YQ; Wang YM; Wang YQ; Xu SP
Compound-specific C- and H-isotope compositions of enclosed organic matter in carbonate rocks: Implications for source identification of sedimentary organic matter and paleoenvironmental reconstruction
Source PublicationApplied Geochemistry
ISSN0883-2927
2007
Volume22Issue:11Pages:2553-2565
Indexed Bysci
Language英语
WOS IDWOS:000251201900019
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.gig.ac.cn/handle/344008/13693
Collection中科院广州地化所(-2008)
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Xiong YQ,Wang YM,Wang YQ,et al. Compound-specific C- and H-isotope compositions of enclosed organic matter in carbonate rocks: Implications for source identification of sedimentary organic matter and paleoenvironmental reconstruction[J]. Applied Geochemistry,2007,22(11):2553-2565.
APA Xiong YQ,Wang YM,Wang YQ,&Xu SP.(2007).Compound-specific C- and H-isotope compositions of enclosed organic matter in carbonate rocks: Implications for source identification of sedimentary organic matter and paleoenvironmental reconstruction.Applied Geochemistry,22(11),2553-2565.
MLA Xiong YQ,et al."Compound-specific C- and H-isotope compositions of enclosed organic matter in carbonate rocks: Implications for source identification of sedimentary organic matter and paleoenvironmental reconstruction".Applied Geochemistry 22.11(2007):2553-2565.
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