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AGES AND DIAGENETIC TEMPERATURES OF PLEISTOCENE DEPOSITS OF FLORIDA BASED ON ISOLEUCINE EPIMERIZATION IN MERCENARIA.MITTERER RM.1975; EARTH PLANET. SCI. LETTERS; NETHERL.; 1975, VOL. 28, NUM. 0002, P. 275 A 282Serial Issue

AMINO ACID COMPOSITION AND METAL BINDING CAPABILITY OF THE SKELETAL PROTEIN OF CORALS.MITTERER RM.1978; BULL. MAR. SCI.; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 28; NO 1; PP. 173-180; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

CALCIFIED PROTEINS IN THE SEDIMENTARY ENVIRONMENT.MITTERER RM.1972; INTERNATION. SER. MONOGR. EARTH SCI; GBR; 1972, VOL. 32, P. 441 A 452Miscellaneous

BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF ARAGONITE MUD AND OOLITESMITTERER RM.1972; GEOCHIM. COSMOCHIM. ACTA; G.B. ; 1972, VOL. 36, NUM. 0012, P. 1407 A 1422Serial Issue

ROLE OF ORGANIC MATTER IN THE FORMATION OF BIOGENIC AND "INORGANIC" CARBONATES (ABSTRACT).MITTERER RM.1969; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; USA; 1969(11), NUM. 007 , P. 151 A 152Miscellaneous

CALCIFIED PROTEINS IN THE SEDIMENTARY ENVIRONMENT.MITTERER RM.1972; INTERNATION. SER. MONOGR. EARTH SCI; GBR; 1972, VOL. 32, P. 441 A 452Miscellaneous

APPLICATION OF AMINO ACID DIAGENESIS IN FOSSIL MERCENARIA TO PLEISTOCENE STRATIGRAPHY, PALEOTEMPERATURES AND GEOCHRONOLOGY.MITTERER RM.1972; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; USA; 1972, VOL. 4, NUM. 0007, P. 597Serial Issue

PLEISTOCENE STRATIGRAPHY, GEOCHRONOLOGY AND PALEOTEMPERATURES BASED ON AMINO ACID DIAGENESIS.MITTERER RM.1976; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 8; NO 6; PP. 1014Conference Paper

PLEISTOCENE STRATIGRAPHY IN SOUTHERN FLORIDA BASED ON AMINO ACID DIAGENESIS IN FOSSIL MERCENARIA.MITTERER RM.1974; GEOLOGY; USA; 1974, VOL. 2, NUM. 0009, P. 425 A 428Serial Issue

CALCIFIED PROTEINS IN THE SEDIMENTARY ENVIRONMENT.MITTERER RM.1971; IN: 5TH INT. MEET. ORG. GEOCHEM., HANNOVER, 1971.; 1971Miscellaneous

COMPARISON OF ISOLEUCINE EPIMERIZATION IN A MODEL DIPEPTIDE AND FOSSIL PROTEINKRIAUSAKUL N; MITTERER RM.1980; GEOCHIM. COSMOCHIM. ACTA; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 44; NO 5; PP. 753-758; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

KINETICS AND MECHANISM OF EPIMERIZATION OF ISOLEUCINE IN FOSSIL PROTEINS.MITTERER RM; KRIAUSAKUL N.1977; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 9; NO 7; PP. 1097Conference Paper

AMINOACID COMPOSITION OF ORGANIC MATTER ASSOCIATED WITH CARBONATE AND NON-CARBONATE SEDIMENTSCARTER PW; MITTERER RM.1978; GEOCHIM. COSMOCHIM. ACTA; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 42; NO 8; PP. 1231-1238; BIBL. 34 REF.; 1 ILL.Article

SOME ANALYTICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS BEARING ON THE PRECIPITATION OF CACO3MITTERER RM; CARTER PW.1973; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; USA; DA. 1973; VOL. 5; NO 7; PP. 741Article

SOME ANALYTICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL DATA ON ORGANIC-CARBONATE INTERACTION.MITTERER RM; CARTER PW.1977; IN: INT. CORAL REEF SYMP. 3. PROC.; MIAMI, FLA.; 1977; MIAMI; ROSENSTIEL SCH. MAR. ATMOS. SCI.; DA. 1977; VOL. 2; PP. 541-547; BIBL. 8 REF.; 3 ILL.Conference Paper

BERMUDA SEA LEVEL DURING THE LAST INTERGLACIAL = NIVEAU DE LA MER DES BERMUDES A LA FIN DE L'INTERGLACIAIREHARMON RS; LAND LS; MITTERER RM et al.1981; NATURE (LOND.); ISSN 0028-0836; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 289; NO 5797; PP. 481-483; BIBL. 18 REF.; 3 TAB. ; ILL./TABL.Article

COMPARISON OF AMINO ACID RACEMIZATION GEOCHRONOMETRY WITH LITHOSTRATIGRAPHY, BIOSTRATIGRAPHY, URANIUM-SERIES CORAL DATING, AND MAGNETOSTRATIGRAPHY IN THE ATLANTIC COASTAL PLAIN OF THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES = COMPARAISON DE LA GEOCHRONOMETRIE DE LA RACEMISATION DES ACIDES AMINES AVEC LA LITHOSTRATIGRAPHIE, LA BIOSTRATIGRAPHIE, LA DATATION DES CORAUX PAR LES ISOTOPES DE L'URANIUM ET LA MAGNETOSTRATIGRAPHIE DANS LA PLAINE COTIERE ATLANTIQUE DU SUD-EST DES ETATS-UNISMCCARTAN LUCY; OWENS JAMES P; BLACKWELDER BW et al.1982; QUAT. RES. (NEW YORK); ISSN 0033-5894; USA; DA. 1982-11; VOL. 18; NO 3; PP. 337-359; BIBL. 39 REF.; 7 TAB. ; ILL.Article

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