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Special Issue of the Journal of Structural Geology, Vol. 22, No's. 11/12 November/December 2000: Textures and Physical Properties of Rocks

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Edited By: Bernd Leiss, Klaus Ullemeyer, Klaus Weber and Cees Passchier
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Special Issue of the Journal of Structural Geology, Vol. 22, No's. 11/12 November/December 2000: Textures and Physical Properties of Rocks
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