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Geology and Hydrogeology

  • Eric GilliEmail author
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Part of the Cave and Karst Systems of the World book series (CAKASYWO)

Abstract

The extreme north of Madagascar, where the Ankarana Massif is located, comprises three large geological complexes.

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  1. 1.Geography DepartmentParis 8 UniversitySaint-DenisFrance

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