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Comment on González-Acebrón et al. Criteria for the recognition of localization and timing of multiple events of hydrothermal alteration in sandstones illustrated by petrographic, fluid inclusion, and isotopic analysis of the Tera Group, Northern Spain Int J Earth Sciences (2011) 100:1811–1826

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Casas, A.M., del Río, P., Mata, P. et al. Comment on González-Acebrón et al. Criteria for the recognition of localization and timing of multiple events of hydrothermal alteration in sandstones illustrated by petrographic, fluid inclusion, and isotopic analysis of the Tera Group, Northern Spain Int J Earth Sciences (2011) 100:1811–1826. Int J Earth Sci (Geol Rundsch) 101, 2043–2048 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00531-012-0768-1

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Keywords

  • Fluid Inclusion
  • Oceanic Crust
  • Hydrothermal Alteration
  • Fission Track
  • Paleomagnetic Data