Correlated molybdenum and uranium isotope signatures in modern anoxic sediments: Implications for their use as paleo-redox proxy

A. Brüske, S. Weyer, M. Y. Zhao, N. J. Planavsky, A. Wegwerth, N. Neubert, O. Dellwig, K. V. Lau, T. W. Lyons

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