The Cameroon Line : A Review 14

@inproceedings{Druelle2007TheCL,
  title={The Cameroon Line : A Review 14},
  author={Benjamin D{\'e}ruelle and C. Nkoumbou and R. Kambou and J. Lissom and E. Njonfang and Richard T Ghogomu},
  year={2007}
}
E. \ \ / G. I --_(I o 0 ~~:-I I '--_J S. -, T.p.~ J <:J " / ~ GABON'~ ,V I I --C. Since the work of VonBaumann (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 and of anorogenic plutonic complexestrending N 30° from Pagahi Island to Lake Chad (Geze 1941). It is now considered (Moreau et al. 1987b) as a Pan-African lineament more or less permanently rejuvenated from the Late… CONTINUE READING

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