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  List of Accepted Contributions - ERE6 Organic matter composition and source rock potential assessment

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Maslen, EM; Grice, KG; Gale, JDG; Horsfield, BH
Crocetane a marker for photic-zone euxinia in Devonian source rocks (Duvernay Formation, Western Canada Sedimentary Basin) and crude oils

Pedentchouk, N.; Freeman, K.H.; Harris, N.B.
Distinct variations among source rocks from Early Cretaceous West African rift basins based on hydrogen and carbon isotope values of n-alkanes

Coianiz, L.; Ariztegui, D.; Piovano, E.; Guilizzoni, P.; Lami, A.
Lacustrine Organic Matter (LOM) in a saline to hypersaline system: Tracking the relationship between modern depositional environments and organic matter formation and distribution

Saison, A
Mackenzie Delta (Canada): Influence of depositional history on organic facies variations and petroleum formation predictions

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