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New data on the stratigraphy and fauna of the Kipchak Beds, Visean Stage, in the Urpek River valley, the Southern Urals


, : New data on the stratigraphy and fauna of the Kipchak Beds, Visean Stage, in the Urpek River valley, the Southern Urals. Trudy Instituta Geologii i Geokhimii 121(Kamennougol'nyye otlozheniya Urala): 33-46


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