New K{Ar age determinations of Kilimanjaro volcano in the North Tanzanian diverging rift, East Africa

  title={New K\{Ar age determinations of Kilimanjaro volcano in the North Tanzanian diverging rift, East Africa},
  author={Philippe Nonnotte and Herv{\'e} Guillou and Bernard Le Gall and Mathieu Benoit and Joseph Cotten and St{\'e}phane Scaillet},
  journal={Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research},
Magmatic activity across the East African North Tanzanian Divergence Zone
Volcanism across the North Tanzanian Divergence Zone (NTD), part of the East African Rift System, occurred episodically from the late Miocene to Recent. Here, we present a summary of previously
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