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Gravity anomaly patterns in the south-central Zimbabwe Archaean craton and their geological interpretation
(Elsevier Science Ltd. www.elsevier.com/locate/jafrearsci, 2008)
The granite-greenstone terrain of south-central Zimbabwe, encompassing the Belingwe (Mberengwa) greenstone belt and sections of the Great Dyke, provides important constraints on models for the evolution of the Zimbabwe ...
Aeromagnetic and Landsat TM structural interpretation for identifying regional groundwater exploration targets, south-central Zimbabwe Craton
(Elsevier Science Ltd. www.elsevier.com/locate/jappgeo, 2008)
Aeromagnetic (AM) and Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM) data from the south-central Zimbabwe Craton have been processed for the purpose of regional structural mapping and thereby to develop strategic models for groundwater ...
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 ...
Determination of magnetite grain-size using the Hopkinson effect - examples from Botswana rocks
(Botswana Geoscientists Association, 2001)
The Hopkinson effect is the increase of magnetic susceptibility with temperature from near room temperature to near the Curie point. Although this effect has been known for more than a century, it has not been effectively ...
Application of Geoelectrical Resistivity Method to the Assessment of Groundwater Pollution: A case Study of Onibu-Eja Active Open Dumpsite, Osogbo, Southwestern Nigeria
(World Academic Publishing, www.academicpub.org/, 2016)
Electrical resistivity methods using the dipole – dipole array and Schlumberger Vertical Electrical Sounding (VES) techniques were conducted at the Onibu-Eja active open Dumpsite, Osogbo, Southwestern Nigeria in assessing ...