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Geological evolution of Northeastern Mozambique, in the context of the Pan-African Gondwana assembly

By B. Bingen, G. Viola, R. Boyd, R.J. Thomas, J. Jacobs, I.H.C. Henderson, Ø. Nordgulen, J.S. Sandstad, A.K. Engvik, M. Smethurst, Ø. Skar, A. Solli, R.M. Key and E.X. Daudi


Results of an integrated geological mapping, geochronological, geochemical and airborne geophysics programme in NE Mozambique bring improved constraints on the sequence of events leading to the assembly of Gondwana along the East African Orogen (see Reference List). From the NW (foreland) to the SE (hinterland), a crustal transect across NE Mozambique shows division into 4 major lithotectonic units

Topics: Earth Sciences
Publisher: Geological Society of Africa
Year: 2011
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