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Volume 79, Number 3, September 1996

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Chemical variations in clay minerals of the Archaean Barberton Greenstone Belt (South Africa)
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Radiogenic isotopes of the Estonian and Latvian rapakivi granite suites: new data from the concealed Precambrian of the East European Craton
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Authors: Robinson, D.L.; de Jong, T.P.R.; Witteveen, H.J.; Dalmijn, W.L.; Ramo, O.T.; Huhma, H.; Kirs, J.

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U-Pb baddeleyite dating of dolerite dykes in the eastern part of the Sveconorwegian orogen, south-central Sweden
pp. 227-237(11)
Authors: X., M.Y.; Palsson, B.I.; Forssberg, K.S.E.; Wahlgren, C.; Heaman, L.M.; Kamo, S.; Ingvald, E.

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Left-lateral transpressive deformation and its tectonic implications, Sveconorwegian orogen, Baltic Shield, southwestern Sweden
pp. 261-279(19)
Authors: Bhagat, R.P.; Pathak, P.N.; Stephens, M.B.; Wahlgren, C.; Weijermars, R.; Cruden, A.R.

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Origin of hydrothermal Cu-Zn-Pb mineralisation in the Olary Block, South Australia: evidence from fluid inclusions and sulphur isotopes
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Authors: Chi, G.; Fuerstenau, M.C.; Bradt, R.C.; Ghosh, A.; Bierlein, F.P.; Ashley, P.M.; Seccombe, P.K.

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Origin and palaeomagnetism of the Mesoproterozoic Gangau tilloid (basal Vindhyan Supergroup), central India
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Authors: Lahiri, A.; Majumdar, R.; Shi, F.N.; Napier-Munn, T.J.; Williams, G.E.; Schmidt, P.W.

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U-Pb geochronology of the central Ribeira belt (Brazil) and implications for the evolution of the Brazilian Orogeny
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