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Controls of gold-quartz vein formation during regional folding in amphibolite-facies, marble-dominated metasediments of the Navachab gold mine in the Pan-African Damara Belt, Namibia
The Navachab gold mine in central Namibia is situated in amphibolite-facies, marble-dominated metasediments of the Neoproterozoic Damara Sequence in the Pan-African Damara Belt. Gold mineralization is hosted by two main, ...
Wall rock alteration and lithogeochemical haloes associated with the sediment-hosted Rosh Pinah Zn-Pb-Ag deposit in the Pan African Gariep Belt, southwestern Namibia
Limitations on the life-of-mine of the sediment-hosted Rosh Pinah deposit urged exploration for extensions to existing ore and similar new deposits in the Gariep Belt. Identification and quantification of hydrothermal wall ...
Distribution and geochemical characteristics of barite and barium-rich rocks associated with the Broken Hill-type Gamsberg Zn-Pb deposit, Namaqua Province, South Africa
Bedded barite forms a distinct component of four Broken Hill-type deposits in the amphibolite-facies metamorphosed Bushmanland sequence of South Africa. In the Gamsberg Zn-Pb deposit, barite has been effectively fractionated ...
Tourism impact, distribution and development: The spatial structure of tourism in the Western Cape province of South Africa
The structural dimensions of a country's tourism sector, and in particular the spatial structure of tourism production and consumption, relate closely to the nature and extent of the impact that tourism can have. This ...
The implications of copper fungicide usage in vineyards for earthworm activity and resulting sustainable soil quality
To investigate the impact of copper-containing fungicides (copper oxychloride) on earthworms in South African vineyards, field inventories of earthworms in and between vine rows were carried out and compared to directly ...
A reference framework for the restoration of riparian vegetation in the Western Cape, South Africa, degraded by invasive Australian Acacias
Riparian vegetation, which normally differs structurally and compositionally from surrounding vegetation, has been degraded in many parts of the fynbos biome by several species of invasive Australian Acacia. Systematic ...