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105 MILLION YEARS OF IGNEOUS ACTIVITY, WRANGELL, ALASKA, TO PRINCE RUPERT, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Crawford, M.L., Crawford, W.A., and Lindline, Jennifer, 2005, 105 million years of igneous activity, Wrangell, Alaska, to Prince Rupert, British Columbia: in Cook, F.A., and Erdmer, P. (eds.), The lithoprobe Slave-NORthern cordillera lithospheric evolution (SNORCLE) transect - La geotraverse de l'evolution lithospheric de la Cordillere du Nord et de la province du lac des Esclaves (SNORCLE), Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 42, n. 6, p. 1097-1116.
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