Multi-proxy analysis of a late Holocene sediment core from Swanpool, Falmouth, Cornwall

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Other titlesGeoscience in south-west England, Vol. 9, Part 4, 1999, p318-324.
StatementD. N. Henon ...[et al.].
ContributionsHenon, D. N., Ussher Society.
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Pagination318-324p.
Number of Pages324
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