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Dear listmembers,
Does anybody know any published dD or d18O values of meteoric waters in  the 
Coastal Cordillera of Southern Chile (near Valdivia, ca. 39  S) ?  
Thanks in advance,
Albert Gilg
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H. Albert Gilg
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