Shroder Jr., John F.
September 1981
Studies in Comparative International Development;Fall/Winter81, Vol. 16 Issue 3/4, p36
Academic Journal
Describes the role of physical resources in the development of Afghanistan. Factors that contributed to the geology of Afghanistan; Geopolitical aspects of Afghanistan; History of mineral and hydrocarbon exploration in the area; Metallogenic zones in the area.


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