"Regional Geochemical Stream Sediment Survey for Gold Exploration in the Upper Lom Basin, Eastern Cameroon"
written by Benjamin Odey Omang, Che Vivian Bih, Albert Nih Fon, Victor Embui, Cheo Emmanuel Suh,
published by International Journal of Geosciences, Vol.5 No.9, 2014
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