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Fractal Nature of the Band-Thickness in the Archean Banded Iron Formation in the Yellowknife Greenstone Belt, Northwest Territories, Canada

By Nagayoshi Katsuta, Ichiko Shimizu, Masao Takano, Shin-ichi Kawakami, Herwart Helmstaedt and Mineo Kumazawa

Submitted: January 4th 2013Reviewed: January 4th 2013Published: May 22nd 2013

DOI: 10.5772/55700

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Nagayoshi Katsuta, Ichiko Shimizu, Masao Takano, Shin-ichi Kawakami, Herwart Helmstaedt and Mineo Kumazawa (May 22nd 2013). Fractal Nature of the Band-Thickness in the Archean Banded Iron Formation in the Yellowknife Greenstone Belt, Northwest Territories, Canada, Climate Change and Regional/Local Responses Yuanzhi Zhang and Pallav Ray, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/55700. Available from:

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