"SHRIMP zircon age of the high aeromagnetic anomaly zone in central Tarim Basin and its geological implications"
written by Guanghui Wu, Zhiyong Chen, Tailai Qu, Yanlong Xu, Chengze Zhang,
published by Natural Science, Vol.4 No.1, 2012
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