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    Originally called the Mineral Deposits map (1969) and revised in 2001, this map was re-released as the Mineral Occurrence Map of Kenya in 2011. The base map is the Administrative boundaries map SK81A at 1:1 million scale overlaid with the location recorded location of mineral occurrences.

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    Originally called the Mineral Deposits map (1969) and revised in 2001, this map was re-released as the Mineral Occurrence Map of Kenya in 2011. The base map is the Administrative boundaries map SK81A at 1:1 million scale overlaid with the location recorded location of mineral occurrences.

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    Originally called the Mineral Deposits map (1969) and revised in 2001, this map was re-released as the Mineral Occurrence Map of Kenya in 2011. The base map is the Administrative boundaries map SK81A at 1:1 million scale overlaid with the location recorded location of mineral occurrences.

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    Originally called the Mineral Deposits map (1969) and revised in 2001, this map was re-released as the Mineral Occurrence Map of Kenya in 2011. The base map is the Administrative boundaries map SK81A at 1:1 million scale overlaid with the location recorded location of mineral occurrences.

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    Kenya South

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    Originally called the Mineral Deposits map (1969) and revised in 2001, this map was re-released as the Mineral Occurrence Map of Kenya in 2011. The base map is the Administrative boundaries map SK81A at 1:1 million scale overlaid with the location recorded location of mineral occurrences.

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    Originally called the Mineral Deposits map (1969) and revised in 2001, this map was re-released as the Mineral Occurrence Map of Kenya in 2011. The base map is the Administrative boundaries map SK81A at 1:1 million scale overlaid with the location recorded location of mineral occurrences.

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    Originally called the Mineral Deposits map (1969) and revised in 2001, this map was re-released as the Mineral Occurrence Map of Kenya in 2011. The base map is the Administrative boundaries map SK81A at 1:1 million scale overlaid with the location recorded location of mineral occurrences.

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    Based on the 1: 1 million geological map this interpretation shows groundwater potential classed as High, Good, Low, Poor. No information is available as to the origin of this interpreation or the source data upon which it is based.

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    Originally called the Mineral Deposits map (1969) and revised in 2001, this map was re-released as the Mineral Occurrence Map of Kenya in 2011. The base map is the Administrative boundaries map SK81A at 1:1 million scale overlaid with the location recorded location of mineral occurrences.