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Articles published in the International Journal of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy since Vol. 5, 2004,
and all articles published in the Russian Journal of Earth Sciences and in Herald of Earth Science Department of RAS (in russian) have assigned DOI numbers.
Assigned DOIs are composed of two parts separated by forward slash: (i) publisher's prefix (10.2205 for GC RAS) and (ii) unique paper identifier generated
by the Online Submission System during initial manuscript uploading session.
These articles should be cited as:
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Citation: Ruzhentsev, S. V., O. R. Minina, V. A. Aristov, and Yu. P. Katyukha (2006),
Hercynian structural features in the West Transbaikalia region, Russ. J. Earth Sci., 8,
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