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Gravity evidence for a larger Limpopo Belt in southern Africa and geodynamic implications
(Royal Astronomical Society. http://www.wiley.com/bw/journal.asp?ref=0956-540X&site=1, 2002)
The Limpopo Belt of southern Africa is a Neoarchean orogenic belt located between two older Archean provinces, the Zimbabwe craton to the north and the Kaapvaal craton to the south. Previous studies considered the Limpopo ...
A ca. 200Ma hiatus between the Lower and Upper Transvaal Groups of southern Africa: SHRIMP U–Pb detrital zircon evidence from the Segwagwa Group, Botswana: Implications for Palaeoproterozoic glaciations
(Elsevier www.elsevier.com/locate/epsl, 2006)
The Segwagwa Group of southeastern Botswana, a correlate of the Pretoria Group of the Transvaal Supergroup of South Africa, consists of a major sequence of siliciclastic sedimentary rocks, minor carbonates and basaltic to ...