A Review of the Natural Resources of the African Continent

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Acknowledgements 6
  • Contents 7
  • Outline 9
  • 1 - Topographic Mapping of Africa 19
  • Contents 20
  • Bibliography 30
  • 2 - Geology, Applied Geology (mineral Resources) and Geophysics in Africa 51
  • Contents 52
  • Bibliography 86
  • 3 - The Seismicity of Africa 101
  • Contents 102
  • Bibliography 149
  • 4a - Climate and Meteorology in Africa Africa North of the Tropic of Cancer 153
  • Contents 154
  • 4b - Climate and Meteorology in Africa Africa South of the Tropic of Cancer 165
  • Contents 166
  • 5 - Hydrology in Africa 179
  • Contents 180
  • Bibliography 197
  • 6 - The Soils of Africa 221
  • Contents 222
  • Bibliography 236
  • 7a - African Flora Flora of Africa North of the Sahara 249
  • Contents 250
  • Sahara (Including Rio de Oro) 258
  • 7b - African Flora Flora of Africa South of the Sahara 263
  • Bibliography 270
  • 8a - African Fauna Taxonomy, Ecology and Zoogeography 277
  • Contents 278
  • Bibliography 308
  • 8b - African Fauna Economic Aspects of Entomology 317
  • Contents 318
  • 8c - African Fauna Freshwater Biology 341
  • Contents 342
  • Bibliography 366
  • 8d - African Fauna Marine Biology and Biology Applied to the Fishing Industry 373
  • Contents 374
  • Bibliography 391
  • 8e - African Fauna Conservation and Management of Game Stock 395
  • Contents 396
  • Bibliography 400
  • Appendix I 409
  • Appendix II - Member States, International Organizations, Governmental and Private Organizations, and Experts Consulted by the UNESCO Secretariat 413
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