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Paired electron spin resonance and in situ produced terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide ages on a Pleistocene fluvial sequence of the Têt River, eastern Pyrenees (France): implications for Quaternary crustal uplift regimes. Session SS1-A13

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Magalie Delmas, Camille Manel, Marie Calvet, Yanni Gunnell, P Voinchet, et al.. Paired electron spin resonance and in situ produced terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide ages on a Pleistocene fluvial sequence of the Têt River, eastern Pyrenees (France): implications for Quaternary crustal uplift regimes. Session SS1-A13. International Meeting on Sedimentology, Oct 2017, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-01951422⟩
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