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  • The Pan-African Belt | SpringerLink

    The Pan-African Belt. Authors; Authors and affiliations; D. Gasquet; N. Ennih; J.-P. Liégeois; A. Soulaimani; A. Michard ; Chapter. 44 Citations; 1.6k Downloads; Part of the Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences book series (LNEARTH, volume 116) Keywords Detrital Zircon Passive Margin Quartz Diorite West African Craton Paleoproterozoic Basement These keywords were added by machine and not

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  • Deep seismic reflection imaging of the Pan

    Deep seismic reflection imaging of the Pan-African mobile belt, the Lützow-Holm Complex, East Antarctica

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  • The junction between Pan African mobile belts in

    20.06.1981· The junction between Pan African mobile belts in Namibia: its struc- tural history. Tectonophysics, 76: 593. In Namibia there is a junction between a Pan-African age (65050 m.y.) erogenic system which follows the western rim of Africa and an ENE-trending arm which branches off into eastern Namibia and Zambia. The SE-verging structures of this eastern arm were superimposed on

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  • Pan African Savings & Loans – Choose Pan

    Pan-African is recognized for excellence as a leading Savings and Loans institution in Ghana. Within the 11 years of operation, the Pan-African Savings and Loans Company Ltd has successfully delivered innovative products and services to the market and has won several awards, including: Best Microfinance Project/Institution of the year – 2011 (African Bankers' Award), Innovative use of

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  • Pan-African tin mineralization events in the Damara

    The Pan-African Damara orogenic belt, Namibia, SW Africa hosts numerous tin deposits making it be one of the important tin provinces in the world. Tin mineralization is mainly associated with the rare metal pegmatites. Minor vein-type and skarn-type tin deposits are related to the granites. From south to north, this province can be divided into four belts, i.e. the Sandamap-Erongo- Arandis

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  • Structural controls of auriferous quartz veins in

    Structural controls of auriferous quartz veins in the Karibib Area, southern central zone of the Pan-African Damara Belt, Namibia @inproceedings{Kitt2008StructuralCO, title={Structural controls of auriferous quartz veins in the Karibib Area, southern central zone of the Pan-African Damara Belt, Namibia}, author={Shawn Kitt}, year={2008} }

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  • Tectono-metamorphic evolution of the internal

    Tectono-metamorphic evolution of the internal zone of the Pan-African Lufilian orogenic belt (Zambia): Implications for crustal reworking and syn-orogenic uranium mineralizations. Eglinger, Aurélien; Vanderhaeghe, Olivier; André-Mayer, Anne-Sylvie; Goncalves, Philippe; Zeh, Armin; Durand, Cyril; Deloule, Etienne. Externe Links ; Originalveröffentlichung DOI: 10.1016/j.lithos.2015.10.021

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  • The Avalon Zone: A Pan‐African terrane in the

    Abstract The Precambrian sequences of the Avalon Zone in Canada (southeastern margin of the Appalachian Orogen) are interpreted as a Pan‐African orogenic belt incorporated into

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  • Late Proterozoic arc–continent and

    The Tilemsi magmatic arc, preserved along the suture zone of the pan-African trans-Saharan belt of northern Mali, crops out as a series of northeast- to north-northeast-trending strips along the Tilemsi Mesozoic trough and is about 100 km in width. The volcanic arc series includes pillowed metabasalts of tholeiitic character and associated with rhyodacites. Overlying sedimentary rocks are

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  • Continuation of the Mozambique Belt into East

    The occurrence of Pan‐African syn‐tectonic granitoids is unique in DML. The structure and shape of this body indicates that the main structural ENE‐WSW trend of the region is Pan‐African in age and not older, as previously assumed. Some major late ductile sinistral shear zones occuring in the study area fit well in the overall sinistral transpressional setting of the Mozambique Belt

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  • Isotope constraints on the origin of Pan-African

    The geodynamic evolution of the Kaoko belt, northwest Namibia, which is part of the late Neoproterozoic mobile belt system of western Gondwana, is considered to be the result of c

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  • Volume 102 2009 Gravity analysis of the boundary between

    In contrast, Pan-African belt rocks are mostly relatively dense. The images suggest that a fault zone juxtaposed the high-density Pan-African domain in the north against the low-density Archean rocks in the south, at nearly 20 km crustal depth. An explanation for the enhanced low densities is that part of the lower crust beneath the craton domain is subsiding. In this case, a probable source

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  • The Tectonic History of Africa - UCSB

    The West African Mobile Belt is a Cenozoic relict area where materials eroded from the Afro-Arabian Craton were deposited at the western continental margin. Much of this area was later uplifted by continental displacement. The Mobile Belt may have at one time been coterminous with the mobile belt along the eastern margin of North America that eventually gave rise to the Appalachian Mountains

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  • The Great Green Wall Initiative | UNCCD

    The initiative brings together African countries and international partners, under the leadership of the African Union Commission and Pan-African Agency of the Great Green Wall. Objectives By 2030, the ambition of the initiative is to restore 100 million hectares of currently degraded land; sequester 250 million tons of carbon and create 10 million green jobs.

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  • U/PB zircon geochronology of the southern part

    Get this from a library! U/PB zircon geochronology of the southern part of the Nabitah mobile belt and Pan-African Continental collision in the Saudi Arabian Shield. [D B Stoeser; Geological Survey (U.S.); Saudi Arabia. Deputy Ministry for Mineral Resources.;]

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  • Barrovian and Buchan type metamorphism in the

    The polyphase deformed Pan-African Kaoko belt, Namibia, which is part of the late Neoproterozoic mobile belt system of western Gondwana, consists of pre-Pan-African basement gneisses, Pan-African volcano-sedimentary cover sequences and large granitoid intrusions. The eastern part of the Kaoko belt comprises a nearly complete Barrovian sequence of medium to high temperature/medium pressure

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  • Meningococcal Meningitis | WHO | Regional

    03.12.2020· The extended meningitis belt of sub-Saharan Africa, stretching from Senegal in the west to Ethiopia in the east (26 countries), has the highest rates of the disease. Before 2010 and the mass preventive immunization campaigns, Group A meningococcus accounted for an estimated 80–85% of all cases in the meningitis belt, with epidemics occurring at intervals of 7–14 years. Since then, the

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  • The Geological Evolution of Africa

    Pan-African Rokelide Belt (Williams & Culver, 1988). The Archean rocks of the Reguibat Shield include TTG-type migmatitic orthogneiss and metavolcanic and metasedimentary belts with ironstones, marbles, ultramafic rock, and amphibolite (e.g. Tasiast belt, Amsaga area in Mauritania), greywacke and pelite. The gneisses have ages of 3.52 Ga, 3.42 Ga and 2.84 Ga and are intruded by 2.99-2.83 Ga

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  • (PDF) The Pan-African Belt - ResearchGate

    (2) Central and eastern-central Anti-Atlas belonging to the Pan-African mobile belt, (3) the eastern part of western High Atlas also related to the Pan-African mobile belt, and (4), the western

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  • Deep seismic reflection imaging of the Pan

    Deep seismic reflection imaging of the Pan-African mobile belt, the Lützow-Holm Complex, East Antarctica

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