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The Cameroon Line: A Review
Since the work of Von Baumann (1887) the Cameroon Line (Fig. 1) is known as a major geological feature in Central Africa. The Cameroon Line is an alignment of oceanic and continental volcanic massifs
Regional O-, Sr-, and Pb-isotope relationships in late Cenozoic calc-alkaline lavas of the Andean Cordillera
Quaternary-Recent volcanism in the Andes has occurred in three regions: 45–33°S, 28–16°S and 2°S–5°N, each of which has a distinct plate tectonic setting and contains volcanic suites with different