Gas Transfer Through Clay Barriers

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Gas Transfer Through Clay Barriers. / Amann-Hildenbrand, A.; Krooss, B.M.; Harrington, J.; Cuss, R.; Davy, C.; Skoczylas, F.; Jacops, Elke; Maes, Norbert.

Natural and engineered clay barriers. 1. ed. United States : Elsevier, 2015. p. 227-267 (Developments in Clay Science; No. 6).

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Amann-Hildenbrand, A, Krooss, BM, Harrington, J, Cuss, R, Davy, C, Skoczylas, F, Jacops, E & Maes, N 2015, Gas Transfer Through Clay Barriers. in Natural and engineered clay barriers. 1 edn, Developments in Clay Science, no. 6, Elsevier, United States, pp. 227-267.

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Amann-Hildenbrand, A., Krooss, B. M., Harrington, J., Cuss, R., Davy, C., Skoczylas, F., ... Maes, N. (2015). Gas Transfer Through Clay Barriers. In Natural and engineered clay barriers (1 ed., pp. 227-267). (Developments in Clay Science; No. 6). United States: Elsevier.

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Amann-Hildenbrand A, Krooss BM, Harrington J, Cuss R, Davy C, Skoczylas F et al. Gas Transfer Through Clay Barriers. In Natural and engineered clay barriers. 1 ed. United States: Elsevier. 2015. p. 227-267. (Developments in Clay Science; 6).

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Amann-Hildenbrand, A. ; Krooss, B.M. ; Harrington, J. ; Cuss, R. ; Davy, C. ; Skoczylas, F. ; Jacops, Elke ; Maes, Norbert. / Gas Transfer Through Clay Barriers. Natural and engineered clay barriers. 1. ed. United States : Elsevier, 2015. pp. 227-267 (Developments in Clay Science; 6).

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