6 edition of An introduction to the historical geology of South Africa found in the catalog.
An introduction to the historical geology of South Africa
J. F. Truswell
|Statement||[by] J. F. Truswell.|
|LC Classifications||QE325 .T77|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 167 p.|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||79527593|
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/ AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORICAL GEOLOGY OF SOUTH AFRICA, Capetown,cl, pages, 1 map (inside back board), well illustrated with maps and plates, - 3. The geology of South Africa is highly varied including cratons, greenstone belts, large impact craters as well as orogenic geology of the country is the base for a large mining sector that extracts gold, diamonds, iron and coal from world-class deposits.
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Most of Africa is a series of stable, ancient plateau surfaces, low in the north and west and higher (rising to more than 6, ft/1, m) in the south and east.
The plateau is composed mainly of metamorphic rock that has been overlaid in places by sedimentary rock. The escarpment of the plateau is. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. to these problems, in many of which South Africa is a world leader.
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Introduction 2. The Archean between MA: Formation of Cratons The Central Africa (Congo-Tanzania) Craton The Southern Africa Craton General geology articles, maps, facts and information from Igneous and Volcanic Features an introduction to how these rocks occur below and above ground. Gold History and Uses.
Gold A history of gold uses, mining and prospecting over thousands of years. earlier, this book discusses salient points of intellectual controversy and provocation. For many years a number of scholars in the-so-called developed world believed and argued vehemently that the African has no history.
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Biostratigraphy of the Cynognathus Assemblage Zone (Beaufort Group, Karoo Supergroup), South Africa Full-text available from the year to current. Abstracts only from tocitations only from to Contains 33 chapters embracing both the continental as well as offshore geology of South Africa.
Arranged in ascending order from the oldest formations in the Barberton granite-greenstone terrane to the coastal and interior Mesozoic and Cenozoic deposits that developed following the breakup of the Gondwana supercontinent.This book forms a substantial and important contribution to our knowledge of the East African geology and should be read by everyone active in the field of East African earth sciences, as well as environmental specialists in other fields." – Prof.
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