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Prof. Jean-Pierre Cuif (France)

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Publications

Date Publication
25.02.2005 Article: The Environment Recording Unit in coral skeletons – a synthesis of structural and chemical evidences for a biochemically driven, stepping-growth process in fibres
J. P. Cuif and Y. Dauphin
Biogeosciences, 2, 61-73
SRef: 1726-4189/bg/2005-2-61
29.09.2004 Article: The environment recording unit in coral skeletons: structural and chemical evidences of a biochemically driven stepping-growth process in coral fibres
J. P. Cuif, Y. Dauphin
Biogeosciences Discussions, 1, 625-658
SRef: 1810-6285/bgd/2004-1-625

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