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Holocene Depositional History Inferred From Single‐Grain Luminescence Ages in Southern California, North America

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Title
Holocene Depositional History Inferred From Single‐Grain Luminescence Ages in Southern California, North America
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Geophysical Research Letters, August 2021
DOI 10.1029/2021gl092774
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Sourav Saha, Seulgi Moon, Nathan D. Brown, Edward J. Rhodes, Katherine M. Scharer, Devin McPhillips, Sally F. McGill, Bryan A. Castillo

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