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Tuttle, M. L.; et al.

This report was prepared as part of the World Energy Project of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Energy Resources Program. The purpose of this effort is to assess the quantities of oil, gas, and natural gas liquids that have the potential to be added to reserves within the next 30 years.

Báguena Corella, Luis

Study of origins and traditions of the proper names of people in Equatorial Guinea.

Báguena Corella, Luis

Geobotonical summary of the forests and forestry in Equatorial Guinea.

Fúster Riera, Pedro; et al.

Analysis of the types of trees of Equatorial Guinea, the wood they produce and the uses for it.

Luiselli, Luca; et al.

The IUCN Red List status of Kinixys homeana is reassessed using interviews, field surveys, recent and old literature, and extrapolation of local trends (mainly in Nigeria). Available data indicate that numbers have declined drastically in recent years due primarily to habitat loss, hunting, and export for the pet trade.

John D McEachran; et al.

Variation in body size, shape and clasper structure of specimens of Raja miraletus from the Mediterranean and the Gulf of Guinea led to a study of the morphological variation of this species over its entire known range: the Mediterranean, and western and southern Africa.

J. M. Fuster Casas

Study on the deposits of minerals and rocks found on the volcanoes of the Gulf of Guinea.

J P Friel; et al.

Synodontis woleuensis, a new species of mochokid catfish, is described from the Woleu/Mbini/Uoro and Ntem basins of Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

J Mutke; et al.

Using a GIS based approach, a new map of African vascular plant species richness is presented. The underlying phytodiversity dataset comprises metadata on the floras of 450 geographical units in Africa and Madagascar, including the data records used by Lebrun and Barthlott and collaborators for their maps.

Frances Miller Cashner

Book that talks about the ecology, the environment and the way to conserve the area of Rio Muni in Equatorial Guinea.

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