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Fisher, A.T., Urabe, T., Klaus, A., and the Expedition 301 Project Team, 2004. Juan de Fuca Hydrogeology—The hydrogeologic architecture of basaltic oceanic crust: compartmentalization, anisotropy, microbiology, and crustal-scale properties on the eastern flank of Juan de Fuca Ridge, eastern Pacific Ocean. IODP Sci. Prosp., 301. doi:10.2204/iodp.sp.301.2004


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