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The Karoo triple junction questioned: evidence from Jurassic and Proterozoic 40Ar/39Ar ages and geochemistry of the giant Okavango dyke swarm (Botswana)
(Elservier www.elsevier.com/locate/epsl, 2004)
The lower Jurassic Karoo–Ferrar magmatism represents one of the most important Phanerozoic continental flood basalt (CFB) provinces. The Karoo CFB province is dominated by tholeiitic traps and apparently radiating giant ...
The Okavango giant mafic dyke swarm (NE Botswana): its structural significance within the Karoo Large Igneous Province
(Elsevier www.elsevier.com/locate/jsg, 2005)
The structural organization of a giant mafic dyke swarm, the Okavango complex, in the northern Karoo Large Igneous Province (LIP) of NE Botswana is detailed. This N1108E-oriented dyke swarm extends for 1500 km with a ...
Basement control on dyke distribution in Large Igneous Provinces: Case study of the Karoo triple junction
(Elsevier www.elsevier.com/locate/epsl, 2006)
Continental flood basalts consist of vast quantities of lava, sills and giant dyke swarms that are associated with continental break-up. The commonly radiating geometry of dyke swarms in these provinces is generally ...