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The stratigraphic succession in the Allmersbach am Weinberg deep boring, Backnang area, Baden-Wuerttemberg


, : The stratigraphic succession in the Allmersbach am Weinberg deep boring, Backnang area, Baden-Wuerttemberg. Jahreshefte der Gesellschaft fuer Naturkunde in Wuerttemberg 125(Pages 61-69

Triassic section, stratigraphic units, thicknesses, Germany.

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