Geochemistry of fine-grained sediments in the Yangtze River and the implications for provenance and chemical weathering in East Asia

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He, Mengying; Zheng, Hongbo; Clift, Peter D.; Tada, Ryuji; Wu, Weihua; Luo, Chao;
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