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Magma reservoirs and neutral buoyancy zones on Venus: implications for the formation and evolution of volcanic landforms.

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Journal publication date1992
JournalProceedings of the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference
Volume23
Number of pages2
Pages1533-1534
Original languageEnglish