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Continental Erosion/Weathering Changes in Central Asia Recorded in the Holocene Sediment from Lake Hovsgol, Northwest Mongolia, by Synchrotron μ-XRF Mapping Analyses

By Nagayoshi Katsuta, Takuma Murakami, Yuko Wada, Masao Takano, Masayuki Kunugi and Takayoshi Kawai

Submitted: July 11th 2011Reviewed: September 22nd 2011Published: February 3rd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/38848

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Nagayoshi Katsuta, Takuma Murakami, Yuko Wada, Masao Takano, Masayuki Kunugi and Takayoshi Kawai (February 3rd 2012). Continental Erosion/Weathering Changes in Central Asia Recorded in the Holocene Sediment from Lake Hovsgol, Northwest Mongolia, by Synchrotron μ-XRF Mapping Analyses, International Perspectives on Global Environmental Change, Stephen S. Young and Steven E. Silvern, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/38848. Available from:

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