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Geology study of the island of Lesvos Using Landsat data Nikolaos Hatzopoulos
Remote sensing for mineral exploration Floyd F. Sabins ) Remote Sensing Enterprises, 1724 Celeste Lane, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA Received 13 November 1998; accepted 20 April 1999
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Mines Mine of zinc copper in North Mine of zinc copper in North Lesvos Quartz veins, which host gold and silver mineralization in North Lesvos
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