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Protracted Multipulse Emplacement of a Postresurgent Pluton: The Case of Platoro Caldera Complex (Southern Rocky Mountain Volcanic Field, Colorado)

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Title
Protracted Multipulse Emplacement of a Postresurgent Pluton: The Case of Platoro Caldera Complex (Southern Rocky Mountain Volcanic Field, Colorado)
Published in
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, November 2019
DOI 10.1029/2019gc008477
Authors

F. Tomek, A .K. Gilmer, M. S. Petronis, P. W. Lipman, M. S. Foucher

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