NanoMin; a quantum step in understanding the diagenetic and depositional history of organic carbon rich shale

Martin Kennedy, Stefan Loehr, Habibur Rahman, Soumaya Abbassi

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ConferenceAustralian Organic Geochemistry Conference (2016 : 19th)
CountryAustralia
CityFremantle
Period4/12/167/12/16

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Kennedy, M., Loehr, S., Rahman, H., & Abbassi, S. (2016). NanoMin; a quantum step in understanding the diagenetic and depositional history of organic carbon rich shale. 82-83. Abstract from Australian Organic Geochemistry Conference (2016 : 19th), Fremantle, Australia.
Kennedy, Martin ; Loehr, Stefan ; Rahman, Habibur ; Abbassi, Soumaya. / NanoMin; a quantum step in understanding the diagenetic and depositional history of organic carbon rich shale. Abstract from Australian Organic Geochemistry Conference (2016 : 19th), Fremantle, Australia.2 p.
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Kennedy, M, Loehr, S, Rahman, H & Abbassi, S 2016, 'NanoMin; a quantum step in understanding the diagenetic and depositional history of organic carbon rich shale' Australian Organic Geochemistry Conference (2016 : 19th), Fremantle, Australia, 4/12/16 - 7/12/16, pp. 82-83.

NanoMin; a quantum step in understanding the diagenetic and depositional history of organic carbon rich shale. / Kennedy, Martin; Loehr, Stefan; Rahman, Habibur; Abbassi, Soumaya.

2016. 82-83 Abstract from Australian Organic Geochemistry Conference (2016 : 19th), Fremantle, Australia.

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Kennedy M, Loehr S, Rahman H, Abbassi S. NanoMin; a quantum step in understanding the diagenetic and depositional history of organic carbon rich shale. 2016. Abstract from Australian Organic Geochemistry Conference (2016 : 19th), Fremantle, Australia.