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Mineralogic study of the Asturreta magnesite deposit, Navarre


, : Mineralogic study of the Asturreta magnesite deposit, Navarre. Boletin de la Real Sociedad Espanola de Historia Natural, Seccion Geologica 65(3): 241-262

Magnesite, sedimentary origin, diagenesis, Namurian (Carboniferous), x-ray data, Spain.

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