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Long-term persistence of wood on the sea floor at McMurdo Sound, Antarctica

  • Paul K. Dayton (a1), Gordon A. Robilliard (a2), John S. Oliver (a3), Stacy Kim (a3), Kamille Hammerstrom (a3), Kevin O’Connor (a3), Jennifer Fisher (a4), Julie Barber (a5) and Shannon Jarrell (a1)...

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Long-term persistence of wood on the sea floor at McMurdo Sound, Antarctica

  • Paul K. Dayton (a1), Gordon A. Robilliard (a2), John S. Oliver (a3), Stacy Kim (a3), Kamille Hammerstrom (a3), Kevin O’Connor (a3), Jennifer Fisher (a4), Julie Barber (a5) and Shannon Jarrell (a1)...

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