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Geochemical data from drill cuttings of a 3,392 m deep well drilled on the shores of Lake Albert-Uganda, East Africa were used to investigate a longterm paleoenvironmental history of the Lake Albert rift basin-Uganda. The Ngassa-2 well was drilled through loose and coarse-grained sands in the upper section, massive mudstone deposits interbedded with siltstones in the middle sedimentary section, and a thin conglomerate at the base. Statistical treatment of data by using Principal Component Analysis shows that Fe, Ti and Rb (silicate mineral elements) account for much of the variability in the data, with about 40% of the total...

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