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The significance of magnetotactic bacteria for the palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic record of Quaternary sediments and soils.

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The significance of magnetotactic bacteria for the palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic record of Quaternary sediments and soils. / Maher, Barbara; Hounslow, Mark.

Palaeomagnetism and Diagenesis in Sediments. ed. / DH Tarling; P. Turner. Vol. 151 London : Geological Society of London, 1999. p. 43-46.

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Harvard

Maher, B & Hounslow, M 1999, The significance of magnetotactic bacteria for the palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic record of Quaternary sediments and soils. in DH Tarling & P Turner (eds), Palaeomagnetism and Diagenesis in Sediments. vol. 151, Geological Society of London, London, pp. 43-46.

APA

Maher, B., & Hounslow, M. (1999). The significance of magnetotactic bacteria for the palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic record of Quaternary sediments and soils. In DH. Tarling, & P. Turner (Eds.), Palaeomagnetism and Diagenesis in Sediments (Vol. 151, pp. 43-46). Geological Society of London.

Vancouver

Maher B, Hounslow M. The significance of magnetotactic bacteria for the palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic record of Quaternary sediments and soils. In Tarling DH, Turner P, editors, Palaeomagnetism and Diagenesis in Sediments. Vol. 151. London: Geological Society of London. 1999. p. 43-46

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Maher, Barbara ; Hounslow, Mark. / The significance of magnetotactic bacteria for the palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic record of Quaternary sediments and soils. Palaeomagnetism and Diagenesis in Sediments. editor / DH Tarling ; P. Turner. Vol. 151 London : Geological Society of London, 1999. pp. 43-46

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