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Insights into post-Miocene uplift of the western margin of the Colorado Plateau from the stratigraphic record of the lower Colorado River

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Title
Insights into post-Miocene uplift of the western margin of the Colorado Plateau from the stratigraphic record of the lower Colorado River
Published in
Geosphere, October 2019
DOI 10.1130/ges02020.1
Authors

Ryan S. Crow, Keith A. Howard, L. Sue Beard, Philip A. Pearthree, P. Kyle House, Karl E. Karlstrom, Lisa Peters, William McIntosh, Colleen Cassidy, Tracey J. Felger, Debra Block

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#12,338,726
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#498
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#215,446
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