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Is There Any Evidence of Mega-Lake Manly in the Eastern Mojave Desert during Oxygen Isotope Stage 5e/6? A Comment on Hooke, R. L. (1999). Lake Manly(?) Shorelines in the Eastern Mojave Desert, California, Quaternary Research 52, 328–336

  • Yehouda Enzel (a1), Jeffrey R. Knott (a2), Kirk Anderson (a3), Diana E. Anderson (a4) and Stephen G. Wells (a5)...
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