How does depth affect the preferential degradation process in Antarctic marine sediments polluted by diesel?

Ellen Woolfenden, I. Snape, Simon C. George

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication16th Australian Organic Geochemistry Conference
    Subtitle of host publicationprogram and abstracts
    EditorsJ. H. Chen, J. M. Hope, E. Grosjean, C. J. Boreham, J. J. Brocks
    Place of PublicationCanberra
    PublisherGeoscience Australia
    Pages52-53
    ISBN (Electronic)9781921781520
    ISBN (Print)9781921781513
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Woolfenden, E., Snape, I., & George, S. C. (2010). How does depth affect the preferential degradation process in Antarctic marine sediments polluted by diesel? In J. H. Chen, J. M. Hope, E. Grosjean, C. J. Boreham, & J. J. Brocks (Eds.), 16th Australian Organic Geochemistry Conference: program and abstracts (pp. 52-53). Canberra: Geoscience Australia.