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The Frolikha fan: A large Pleistocene glaciolacustrine outwash fan in northern Lake Baikal, Siberia.

S Back, Marc De Batist UGent, P Kirillov, MR Strecker and Pieter Vanhauwaert (1998) JOURNAL OF SEDIMENTARY RESEARCH. 68(5) 841-849 Part A).
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journal title
JOURNAL OF SEDIMENTARY RESEARCH
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68
issue
5) 841-849 Part A
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Article
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000076233600014
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1073-130X
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English
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A1
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180143
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-180143
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  author       = {Back, S and De Batist, Marc and Kirillov, P and Strecker, MR and Vanhauwaert, Pieter},
  issn         = {1073-130X},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF SEDIMENTARY RESEARCH},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5) 841-849 Part A},
  title        = {The Frolikha fan: A large Pleistocene glaciolacustrine outwash fan in northern Lake Baikal, Siberia.},
  volume       = {68},
  year         = {1998},
}

Chicago
Back, S, Marc De Batist, P Kirillov, MR Strecker, and Pieter Vanhauwaert. 1998. “The Frolikha Fan: A Large Pleistocene Glaciolacustrine Outwash Fan in Northern Lake Baikal, Siberia.” Journal of Sedimentary Research 68 (5) 841-849 Part A).
APA
Back, S., De Batist, M., Kirillov, P., Strecker, M., & Vanhauwaert, P. (1998). The Frolikha fan: A large Pleistocene glaciolacustrine outwash fan in northern Lake Baikal, Siberia. JOURNAL OF SEDIMENTARY RESEARCH, 68(5) 841-849 Part A).
Vancouver
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Back S, De Batist M, Kirillov P, Strecker M, Vanhauwaert P. The Frolikha fan: A large Pleistocene glaciolacustrine outwash fan in northern Lake Baikal, Siberia. JOURNAL OF SEDIMENTARY RESEARCH. 1998;68(5) 841-849 Part A).
MLA
Back, S, Marc De Batist, P Kirillov, et al. “The Frolikha Fan: A Large Pleistocene Glaciolacustrine Outwash Fan in Northern Lake Baikal, Siberia.” JOURNAL OF SEDIMENTARY RESEARCH 68.5) 841-849 Part A (1998): n. pag. Print.