L’évaluation environnementale du projet de barrage de la retenue d'eau, à Sangaredi (Boké), pour la Société minière Guinea Almuna corporation (CESP2016-022)
L’évaluation environnementale du projet de barrage de la retenue d'eau, à sangaredi (Bokéde) de la Société Guinea Almuna corporation. Etude conduite par l’ONG Guinée Ecologie au compte la Société minière Guinea Almuna corporation (GAC).
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République de Guinée
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [6.577, -16.875], North East [12.983, -7.119]|
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|Title||Stimulate Guinea biodiversity information network|
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