Suppose you have a sequence of rational numbers that gives a diophantine approximaion an irrational, what can be said p-adically about this sequence?

I'm interested in the p-adic analoges of these theorems (such as Thue-siegel-roth), but can't find any straightforward resources on the subject. I can't even find what a good diophantine approximation would mean over a p-adic field.

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The $p$-adic theory is quite well developed. See, for example, the paper of D. Ridout "The p-adic generalization of the Thue-Siegel-Roth theorem", Mathematika 5 1958 40–48. Schlickewei has proved a $p$-adic version of Schmidt's theorem, see "Linearformen mit algebraischen koeffizienten", Manuscripta Math. 18 (1976), no. 2, 147–185. –  ulrich May 4 '12 at 6:11
I'm aware of these particular references listed on the wikipedia page, the problem is I can't find them anywhere. –  Kale May 4 '12 at 6:26
If you have access to a library, you could look into interlibrary loan. –  Gerry Myerson May 4 '12 at 12:18