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Appearances of dinoflagellate species recorded in the Tienen Formation (Landen Group) and in the Kortrijk Formation (Ieper Group) in the Belgian Basin. Their relation to transgression phases in the southern part of the North Sea Basin.

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De Coninck, Jan. 1999. “Appearances of Dinoflagellate Species Recorded in the Tienen Formation (Landen Group) and in the Kortrijk Formation (Ieper Group) in the Belgian Basin. Their Relation to Transgression Phases in the Southern Part of the North Sea Basin.” Bulletin De La Societe Geologique De France 170 (1): 77–84.
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De Coninck, Jan. (1999). Appearances of dinoflagellate species recorded in the Tienen Formation (Landen Group) and in the Kortrijk Formation (Ieper Group) in the Belgian Basin. Their relation to transgression phases in the southern part of the North Sea Basin. BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE GEOLOGIQUE DE FRANCE, 170(1), 77–84.
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De Coninck J. Appearances of dinoflagellate species recorded in the Tienen Formation (Landen Group) and in the Kortrijk Formation (Ieper Group) in the Belgian Basin. Their relation to transgression phases in the southern part of the North Sea Basin. BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE GEOLOGIQUE DE FRANCE. 1999;170(1):77–84.
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De Coninck, Jan. “Appearances of Dinoflagellate Species Recorded in the Tienen Formation (Landen Group) and in the Kortrijk Formation (Ieper Group) in the Belgian Basin. Their Relation to Transgression Phases in the Southern Part of the North Sea Basin.” BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE GEOLOGIQUE DE FRANCE 170.1 (1999): 77–84. Print.
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  author       = {De Coninck, Jan},
  issn         = {0037-9409},
  journal      = {BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE GEOLOGIQUE DE FRANCE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {77--84},
  title        = {Appearances of dinoflagellate species recorded in the Tienen Formation (Landen Group) and in the Kortrijk Formation (Ieper Group) in the Belgian Basin. Their relation to transgression phases in the southern part of the North Sea Basin.},
  volume       = {170},
  year         = {1999},
}

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