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37: The Selandian (Paleocene) mollusc fauna from Copenhagen, Denmark: the Poul Harder 1920 collection. / Schnetler, K.I. 2001
36: Petroleum potential and depositional environments of Middle Jurassic coals and non-marine deposits, Danish Central Graben, with special reference to the Søgne Basin / Petersen, H. I.; Andsbjerg, A.; Bojesen-Koefoed, J. A.; Nytoft, H. P.; Rosenberg, P. 1998