2 edition of geology of the Bitterfontein Area, Cape Province found in the catalog.
geology of the Bitterfontein Area, Cape Province
|Statement||by H. Jansen.|
|Series||An Explanation of sheet ; 253 (Bitterfontein)|
|LC Classifications||QE324 .A4 no. 253|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||77355819|
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The name "Swartland" (= Blackland) is a reference to Renosterbos, once prevalent in the area, which turns black in the dry summers. Malmesbury, originally called Zwartlands, was laid out in at the heart of a fertile region cultivated by the Free Burghers (*) who, from the latter half of the 17th century could transport their produce to the Dutch East India Company in Cape Town . The Western Cape Province is roughly L-shaped, extending north and east from the Cape of Good Hope, in the southwestern corner of South Africa. It stretches about kilometres ( mi) northwards along the Atlantic coast and about kilometres ( mi) eastwards along the South African south coast (Southern Indian Ocean).Capital: Cape Town.
Meet the Discover Travel Spectrum Team at the Cape Getaway travel show, weekend of March. The voluminous Mesoproterozoic late orogenic porphyritic granitoids of the Spektakel and Oribi Gorge Suites from the Bitterfontein area (southwest Namaqualand) and Natal (Mzumbe and Margate Terranes), respectively, are comparable in terms of field relationships, structure, petrography, geochemistry and age, despite being situated over km apart within the Namaqua-Natal Metamorphic Province.
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THE GEOLOGY OF THE BITTERFONTEIN AREA, CAPE PROVINCE AN EXPLANATION OF SHEET (BITTERFONTEIN) by H. Jansen, (A'Dam) Met 'n opsomming in Afrikaans onder die opskrif: DIE GEOLOGIE VAN DIE GEBIED BITTERFONTEIN. KAAPPROVINSIE COPYR1GHT/KOP1EREG VOORBEHQU Printed by Cape Province book obtainable from the.
Bitterfontein is a village in the Knersvlakte, the northernmost area of the Western Cape province of South Africa, kilometres ( mi) north of Cape Town.
It is the railhead of a line from Cape Town; ore from the copper mines at Okiep is transferred there from road transport to Country: South Africa.
VON BACKSTRÖM J W The Geology of an Area around Keimoes, Cape Province, with special reference to Phacoliths of Charnockitic Adamelite-Porphyry The object of the survey was to establish the relationships between various metamorphic and igneous rocks and to classify them according to facies concept.
pp with bw illustrations,diags and maps, and colour map in. A J-bay shaped headland to the south prevented excessive dispersion of the minerals by the strong northward-directed littoral drift. This allowed wave action to transport, concentrate and re-deposit the heavy minerals in their present beach environment at Geelwal by: springs occurring in the Cape Peninsula within or near the high rainfall area (up to 77 inches:!:) yield clear fresh water, while the Van Riebeck Spring which yields the water with dissolved salts so prized for its medicinal value issues in an area where the rainfall is only from 20 to 25 inches.
Almost 50% of the Cape Peninsula and Cape Flats area is blanketed by a thin veneer of eolian and marine sands. The discovery of an angular unconformity in the South River area, south-west of Bitterfontein, South Africa between the steep-dipping Namaqualand basement.
GETTING THERE Bitterfontein is situated immediately on the N7 between Cape Town and Namibia, km from Cape Town and from the Orange River. Bitterfontein offers a variety of accommodation in the form of guest houses, home stays, a backpackers facility and a hotel.
Guesthouses: Left to right - Dawn Ridge, Dunroven. Soutklip Lodge is a comfortable and rustic house located 50 km outside of Bitterfontein and Garies. This is the ideal place to come and relax in total Nuwefontein Gastehuis offers comfortable self catering accommodation, situated in Kotzesrus.
This is the ideal place to relax in a quiet and peaceful. The results are still in the process of being compiled and printed on scale maps. As far as the stratigraphy of the rest of the country is concerned, not much has changed sincealthough the geology west of Mu sina(theC r lZ of L m p B) w map does take into account certain recent developments.
The Transvaal Supergroup (Eriksson et al.,), or Griqualand West Supergroup as it is referred to in the Northern Cape province, is host to all of the iron ore in the region (Fig.
2).The Supergroup was deposited in fault-controlled basins on a basement of Archean granite gneisses and greenstones and/or lavas of the Ventersdorp Supergroup (Beukes, ). Tectonophysics. () Eisevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands The Salpeterkop ring structure.
Cape Province, South Africa W.J. VERWOERD Department of Geology, University of Stellenbosch, Cape Province (South Africa) (Revised version accepted Novem) Abstract Verwoerd, W.J., Cited by: 4. About Bitterfontein, Western Cape Province, South Africa. A village in the Knersvlakte, the northernmost area of the Western Cape province of South Africa, kilometres north of Cape Town.
It is the railhead of a line from Cape Town; ore from the copper mines at Okiep is transferred there from road transport to the railway.
The images below show the basic topography of the Cape Peninsula from Table Bay looking south over Cape Town and Table Mountain towards the Cape of Good Hope.
The particular features are the Table Mountain massif and the chain of mountains that runs down the spine of the peninsula. Table Mountain rises 3, feet (1, m). To the left of the mountains is the broad expanse of the Cape.
An integrated geophysical survey of groundwater resources, Mamre Area, western Cape Province L.E. Soltau CSIR, PO BoxStellenbosche-mail: [email protected] by: 1. Cretaceous alkaline intrusive rocks present in the Bitterfontein area comprise a suite having compositions ranging from olivine melilitite to syenite.
These rocks which include some of lamprophyric affinity form part of the widespread dominantly alkaline suite of intrusives occurring in a broad zone parallel to the south western African coastal Cited by: Interactive enhanced satellite map for Bitterfontein, Western Cape, South Africa.
Providing you with color coded visuals of areas with cloud cover. The Cape Fold Belt is a fold and thrust belt of late Paleozoic age, which affected the sequence of sedimentary rock layers of the Cape Supergroup in the southwestern corner of South Africa.
It was originally continuous with the Ventana Mountains near Bahía Blanca in Argentina, the Pensacola Mountains (East Antarctica), the Ellsworth Mountains (West Antarctica) and the.
Von Veh MW () The stratigraphy and structural evolution of the Late Proterozoic Gariep Belt in the Sendelingsdrif-Annisfontein area, northwestern Cape Province. Precambrian Research Unit, University of Cape Town.
Bulletin, pp 1– Google ScholarCited by: 7. Bitterfontein is a village in Knersvlakte, the northernmost area of the Western Cape Province that lies km north of Cape Town. The vegetation in the area consists of tiny succulents no more than 10 cm high that grow on the quartz plains.
Guests can view these on hiking trails or by mountain biking.3/5(1). This place is situated in Vanrhynsdorp, Western Cape, South Africa, its geographical coordinates are 31° 2' 0" South, 18° 16' 0" East and its original name (with diacritics) is Bitterfontein.
See Bitterfontein photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Bitterfontein in South Africa.The geology of the area around East London, Cape Province: an explanation of sheet map D (East London), C (Kei Mouth) Author: Edgar D Mountain ; Geological Survey (South Africa).Introducing the Eastern Cape: A quick guide to its history, diversity and future challenges.
A report by Maike Hamann and Vanessa Tuinder February This report was compiled as part of background research into the Eastern Cape Province, a selected study area for the programme on ‘Governance of Ecosystem Services under Scenarios of Change in.