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Eocene Gold Ore Formation at Muteh, Sanandaj-Sirjan Tectonic Zone, Western Iran: A Result of Late-Stage Extension and Exhumation of Metamorphic Basement Rocks within the Zagros Orogen
Moritz,R. et al.
Economic Geology(2006),101(8):1497
http://dx.doi.org/10.2113/gsecongeo.101.8.1497

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