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Les Laves du Fossé Tectonique de l'Afrique Centrale (Kivu, Rwanda, Toro-Ankole), (I) Supplément au Recueil d'Analyses de 1965, (II) Magmatologie, (III) Magmatogenèse [The Lavas of the Tectonic Ditch of Central Africa (Kivu, Rwanda, Toro-Ankole), (I) Supplement to the Analytical Book of 1965, (II) Magmatology, (III) Magma Genesis]

Les Laves du Fossé Tectonique de l'Afrique Centrale (Kivu, Rwanda, Toro-Ankole), (I) Supplément au Recueil d'Analyses de 1965, (II) Magmatologie, (III) Magmatogenèse
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Language: French

This book contains three chapters. The first is an appendix to an earlier publication on the lavas of Central Africa published in this series as volume 49, adding an additional 84 sites, to the 462 already analysed. The other two chapters add information about magmatology and magma genesis in the area. A large number of the illustrations are on loose-leaf sheets in a pocket in the back of the book.

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