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UNDER THE VOLCANO: BENEATH THE MOUNTAINS OF ALASKA, SLOWLY COOLING ROCKS LIE AT THE HEART OF A VOLCANO. TO REVEAL THEIR SECRETS, GEOLOGISTS WANT TO DRILL A BOREHOLE IN A PRISTINE AND BEAUTIFUL NATIONAL PARK
Papike, James, and Eichelberger, John, 1992, Under the volcano: beneath the mountains of Alaska, slowly cooling rocks lie at the heart of a volcano. To reveal their secrets, geologists want to drill a borehole in a pristine and beautiful national park: New Scientist, v. 135, n. 1829, p. 34-37.
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