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Origins of strandline duricrusts around the Makgadikgadi Pans (Botswana Kalahari) as deduced from their chemical and isotope composition
(Elsevier www.elsevier.com/locate/sedgeo, 2009)
Trace elements togetherwith some O and C isotope analysiswere undertaken on duricrust strandline deposits in the palaeo-Makgadikgadi sub-basin (PMSB) to provide insight into palaeo-climatic conditions through the interpretation ...
Assessment of vegetation indexes useful for browse (forage) prediction in semi-arid rangelands
(Taylor and Francis http://www.clas.ufl.edu/lueci/southworth/RS-class-advanced/Discussion-readings/Moleele%20et%20al%202001%20Assessment%20of%20veg%20indexes%20i.pdf, 2001)
Considerable signi® cance is placed on the mapping and monitoring of degraded areas in semi-arid regions of the world, including Botswana. Degraded areas include those suVering from bush encroachment, believed to result ...
Use of the geochemical and biological sedimentary record in establishing palaeo-environments and climate changein the Lake Ngami basin, NW Botswana
(Elsevier, www.sciencedirect.com, 2006)
Sediment samples from a continuous 4.6m profile in the dry bed of Lake Ngami in NW Botswana were analysed for geochemistry and dated using both 14C and TL methods. Certain units in the profile were found to be diatom rich ...
Sedimentological and geochemical evidence for palaeo-environmental change in the Makgadikgadi subbasin, in relation to the MOZ rift depression, Botswana
(Elsevier www.elsevier.com/locate/palaeo, 2005)
This work considers new evidence for palaeo environmental change taking place during the Pleistocene in northern Botswana. Duricrusted strandlines along the northeastern margin of Sua Pan provide palaeo-environmental data ...