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Provisional tectonic map of the Bushveld Complex
D. R Hunter
by Economic Geology Research Unit, University of the Witwatersrand
Written in English
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Stratigraphy, structure, and tectonic evolution of the Crocodile River fragment F. J. Hartzer. F. J. HartzerCited by: Anglo-Boer Archaean Askoppies asteroids Boer bolide breccia Bushveld Complex catastrophe caused centre chemical coesite collar comet contains core crater structures crust crystals deposited Dome area early Earth earthquake evidence explosion farm Figure formation formed fractures fragments Gatsrand geological geologists geophysical gold.
The WBJV property is located on the south western limb of the Bushveld Igneous Complex (“BIC”), km west-northwest of Pretoria and km from Johannesburg. The Resources of the WBJV Project 3 are located approximately 11km along strike from the active Merensky Reef mining face at the operating Bafokeng Rasimone Platinum Mine (“BRPM”).File Size: 5MB. IGNEOUS AND TECTONIC STRUCTURES, STILLWATER COMPLEX V roof and an unknown amount of the complex itself before Middle Cambrian time. 4 Two of the authors of this report (Peoples and Rowland) began work on the Stillwater complex in and as part of Prince- ton University's studies in the Beartooth-Bighorn-Yellowstone by:
The tectonic setting of the Bushveld Complex remains debatable. There is evidence that the extensive fault system of the Thabazimbi–Murchison lineament, or TML (Fig. 1 a), was a possible feeder conduit to the Bushveld (Kruger, ; Clarke et al., b).Cited by: Abstract: Recently the use of three-dimensional (3D) models for visualizing the subsurface has gained prominence as an effective tool for resource evaluation and underground 3D models of the Rustenburg Layered Suite (RLS) in the Bushveld Igneous Complex (BIC) were created to show the boundaries and geometry of each stratigraphic units using geostatistical techniques.
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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Accompanied by text: The regional geological setting of the Bushveld Complex: an adjunct to the Provisional tectonic map of the Bushveld Complex / D.R. Hunter ; edited by E.H.
Wainwright. Not Available Provisional tectonic Map of the Bushveld Complex, scaleand The Regional Setting of the Bushveld ComplexAuthor: F. Barker. Book review Full text access Provisional tectonic Map of the Bushveld Complex, scaleand The Regional Setting of the Bushveld Complex: D.R.
Hunter. Economic Geology Research Unit, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg,map (95 × cm) + 18 pp., U.S.
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We also have some great special accommodation deals in 4/5(). The Geology of the Bushveld Complex on the Sekhukhune Plateau, Eastern Transvaal Alan Gerald Marlow University of Pretoria, - Bushveld Complex (South Africa) - pages.
I Simplified geological map of the Bushveld Complex (2). The green shades represent the Bushveld rocks, the rose shades are the granitic cover rocks, the blue and brown shades represent the pre- and post-Bushveld rock^, respectively. The red circular shape near Rustenburg is the Pilanesberg alkali complex.
E = eastern limb, W = western limb, NFile Size: KB. The Bushveld Complex, a product of interaction among magmas derived from a mantle plume C.J. Hatton Anglo American Research Laboratories (Pty) Ltd., P.O.
BoxCrown Mines,South Africa Chromite and PGE-enriched layers in the Bushveld are modelled on a process of the cooling of resident lower zone magma by sub. Figure 1: Map and cross -section in the Bushveld Complex (Winter ).
The Bushveld complex crops out in the Northern part of South Africa, in the provinces of North-West, Limpopo and Mpumalanga.
It is about km wide and km thick; its total surface is close to 55, km2. However, a large part of the complex is actually covered by File Size: 1MB. Geological Setting Introduction to the Bushveld Complex, South Africa The Bushveld Complex, of Palaeoproterozoic age, is located in the central northeast portion of the Kaapvaal Craton in southern Africa, and has an estimated total area of 65 km2 (Hunter, ).
The Complex. The Bushveld Igneous Complex (BIC) is the largest layered igneous intrusion within the Earth's crust. It has been tilted and eroded forming the outcrops around what appears to be the edge of a great geological basin: the Transvaal is approximately 2 billion years old and is divided into four different limbs: the northern, southern, eastern, and western limbs.
Topographic maps of Amygdalus communities distribution including hypsometric, slope steepness and direction maps were carried out at the scale of at h of the studied area by ArcView a. Hunter, D.R.() The regional geologic setting of the Bushveld Complex (An adjunct to the provisional tectonic map of the Bushveld Complex).
Econ. GeoL Res. Unit, Univ. of Witwatersrand, 18pp. Jorssen, F. () On the occurrence of the Dolomite and Chert Series in the Rustenburg district. Trans geol. Soc. Afr., 7, 30 - • The 2’ Ma old Bushveld Complex of about 66’ km2 extent is a saucer-shaped layered igneous intrusion and one of the great geological wonders of the world.
• The Complex is made up of ultramafic to felsic igneous rocks and formed by repeated injection of magma into an enormous chamber. Cooling and fractional mineralFile Size: 3MB. Age and Tectonic Setting of Charnokites of the Tatarnik Complex (Northwestern Part of the Baikal Region) Provisional tectonic Map of the Bushveld Complex, scaleand The Regional.
CHAPTER Two: OVERVIEW OF THE BUSHVELD COMPLEX. General The Bushveld Complex is the largest known layered intrusion on Earth, with an outcrop area of over km. and further sub-outcrops of km. 2 (Fig.Von Gruenewaldt, ). It. Figure 1: General geological map of the Bushveld Complex (adapted from Van der Merwe and Cawthorn ).
The main limbs of the complex are shown; Western Limb, Eastern Limb and Northern Limb. The location of the De Wildt project, east of the Brits Graben is shown.
Other articles where Bushveld Complex is discussed: Africa: The Precambrian: 2 billion years ago the Bushveld Complex—which is one of the largest differentiated igneous bodies on Earth, containing major deposits of platinum, chromium, and vanadium—was emplaced in the northern Kaapvaal craton.
The middle part of the early Proterozoic was dominated by powerful orogenic (mountain-building. the Bushveld igneous complex, an irregular oval area of s square miles occupy- ing a roughly central position in the province of the Transvaal.
A geological map of the area, which provides the largest known example of this interesting type of formation, is shown on the facing page. The complex rests upon a floor of sedi. Figure 2 Geological Map of the Bushveld Complex.
The Project is located north of the known North Limb of the Bushveld Complex. This extension of the Bushveld Complex was discovered in by Platinum Group Metals after execution of a drilling program, through the covering Waterberg Group cover, guided by geophysics and soil sampling.
Geological Survey South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa. Hunter, D. Crustal development in the Kaapvaal Craton, II.
The Proterozoic. Precambrian Research 1, Hunter, D. The regional geological setting of the Bushveld Complex. Adjunct to the Provisional Tectonic Map of the Bushveld Complex, by:.
Hunter, D.R.: The regional geological settling of the Bushveld Complex. (An adjunct to the provisional tectonic map of the Bushveld Complex). Econ. Geol. Res. Unit, University of the Wit-watersrand, Johannesburg,18 pp.
Google ScholarCited by: 1.00 Volume activities appointed Augrabies Australia borehole braai branch Bushveld Complex Cape Centre Chapter coal committee Conference Contact Crater daar databases Department deposits Derek Anderson deur diamonds Director Division dowsing drilling eerste Engineering Engineering Geology erupsie excursion exploration field floor fluid.The Bushveld Complex is situated in the central Transvaal, South Africa, and covers an area of 67, km 2 of which about one-third is concealed by younger formations (Fig.
1).It consists of a large variety of extrusive, intrusive, and metamorphic rocks, the basic stratified portion of which constitutes the largest layered intrusion of its kind in the world.