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1972) The geology of a portion of southern Damaraland, South West Africa, with particular reference to the petrogenesis of the Salem Granite. Ph. D. thesis (unpubl. Cape Town, 246 p. oogle Scholar. 1979) The Okahandja Lineament, a fundamental tectonic boundary in the Damara Orogen of South West Africa/Namibia.

Köstlin, E. C. (1974) The Kunene Basic Complex, northern South West Africa. In Contributions to the Precam-brian Geology of Southern Africa: a volume in honour of John de VUliers.

3-4, p. 187. CrossRef. Köstlin, E. Kretz, R. (1961) Co-existing pyroxenes. GeoL Ma. 98, 345. Kruger, . 1982) Significance of 87Sr/86Sr ratios in the Merensky cyclic unit of the Bushveld Complex. Kushiro, I. (1960) Si-AI relations in clinopyroxenes from igneous rocks.

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Get a full overview of Developments in Precambrian Geology Book Series. Volume 14. Precambrian Geology of Finland. Volume 7. Developments and Interactions of the Precambrian Atmosphere, Lithosphere and Biosphere.

Get a full overview of Developments in Precambrian Geology Book Series. Most recent Volume: ian Tectonics, Global Change and Evolution. Published: 29th November 2005 Authors: Martti Lehtinen Pekka Nurmi . Guerrero M. Schidlowski. Volume 2. Precambrian of the Southern Hemisphere.

Herausgeber Contributions to the Precambrian geology of southern Africa : a volume in honour of John de Villiers. Herausgeber Precambrian plate tectonics. mit C. W. Passchier, J. S. Myers Field Geology of High-Grade Gneiss Terrains. Springer-Verlag, 1990. mit Reinhard Greiling (Herausgeber): Precambrian tectonics illustrated. International Union of Geological Sciences, Stuttgart Schweizerbart, 1984. Herausgeber mit G. N. Hanson, A. M. Goodwin Archaean Geochemistry: The Origin and Evolution of the Archaean Continental.

Precambrian - Precambrian - Precambrian geology: By international agreement, Precambrian time is. .

Precambrian - Precambrian - Precambrian geology: By international agreement, Precambrian time is divided into the Archean Eon (occurring between roughly . billion years ago and . billion years ago) and Proterozoic Eon (occurring between . billion and 541 million years ago). After the Precambrian, geologic time intervals are commonly subdivided on the basis of the fossil record. The paucity of Precambrian fossils, however, precludes the creation of small-scale subdivisions (epochs and ages) in this time period.

This special volume contains 18 original contributions about the geology of Africa. Lew has written several books and hundreds of scientific papers, reports and essays; listing all of his contributions to geology is undoable. It celebrates African geology in two ways. Second, this volume celebrates the work of Kevin Burke and Lewis Ashwal.

Developments in Precambrian Geology, Volume 2: Precambrian of the Southern Hemisphere.

The geology of Nigeria formed beginning in the Archean and Proterozoic eons of the Precambrian. The country forms the Nigerian Province and more than half of its surface is igneous and metamorphic crystalline basement rock from the Precambrian. Between . billion and 500 million years ago, Nigeria was affected by three major orogeny mountain-building events and related igneous intrusions.