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Connecting the geology of Africa with the prehistoric, historical, political, and economic evolution of the continent as a strategy for teaching introductory geology and attracting minority students to geology



Connecting the geology of Africa with the prehistoric, historical, political, and economic evolution of the continent as a strategy for teaching introductory geology and attracting minority students to geology



Journal of Geological Education 43(5): 492-496




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