Lead isotopic evidence for an Australian source of aeolian dust to Antarctica at times over the last 1700,000 years
Systematic analysis of Pb, Sr and Nd isotopes of 32 fluvial clay samples (< 2 μm fraction) from many of the major tributaries of the vast (1.106 km2) Murray Darling Basin (MDB), located in semiarid southeastern Australia, displays similar isotopic values
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