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Lake Vanda: An Antarctic Lake: Lake Vanda as a Solar Energy Trap

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WILSON, A., WELLMAN, H. Lake Vanda: An Antarctic Lake: Lake Vanda as a Solar Energy Trap. Nature 196, 1171–1173 (1962). https://doi.org/10.1038/1961171a0

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