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The geology of some ore deposits in southern Africa
Mineral Deposits of South Africa
Witwatersrand Gold - 100 Years
Special Publications
  No. 1. Symposium on the Bushveld Igneous Complex and other Layered Intrusions, Pretoria, 1969.
  No. 2. Upper Mantle Project - South African National Committee Symposium, July 1969.
  No. 3. Symposium on Granites, Gneisses and Related Rocks. 1973.
  No. 4. Mineralization in Metamorphic Terranes.
  No. 5. A symposium on mineral deposits and the transportation and deposition of metals.
  No. 6. Some sedimentary basins and associated ore deposits of South Africa.
  No. 7. ICAM 81. Proceedings of the First International Congress on Applied Mineralogy.
  No. 8. The Limpopo Belt. A contribution to the National Geodynamics Programme.
  No. 9. Contributions to the geology of the Barberton Mountain Land. National Geodynamics Programme, Barberton Project.
  No. 10. The Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex.
  No. 11. Evolution of the Damara Orogen of South West Africa/Namibia. National Geodynamics Programme.
  No. 12. Geodynamics of the Cape Fold Belt.
  No. 13. Petrogenesis of the volcanic rocks of the Karoo province.
Proceedings of the 2nd Gondwana Symposium
Transactions of the Geological Society of South Africa
    Symposium on the Rhodesian Basement Complex. [Zimbabwe]
    Indexes to the Transactions.
South African Journal of Geology   Latest journal
Alex L. du Toit Memorial Lecture Series.
Geological History of Southern Africa, by Haughton, S.H. 1969. 535 pp.
Minerals of South Africa, by B. Cairncross & R. Dixon. 1995. 315 pp. 1995. ISBN 0 620 19324 7.
A century of geological endeavour in Southern Africa, 1895-1995, Anhaeusser, C.R.(ed.). 1997. i-xiii, 587 pp. ISBN 0 620 21820 7.
Life etched in stone. Fossils of South Africa, by C. Macrae. 1999. 326 pp. ISBN 0 620 23388 5.
Guidebook to sites of geological and mining interest in the central Witwatersrand, by F. Mendelsohn. 1986. 134 pp, A3 map. ISBN 0 620 09670 5.





The geology of some ore deposits in southern Africa. Haughton, S.H., ed. 1964.Back to top of page
Borchers RExploration of the Witwatersrand System and its extensions1, 1-23. Abstract
Brock B B; Pretorius D AAn introduction to the stratigraphy and structure of the Rand gold field1, 25-61. Abstract
Pretorius D AThe geology of the Central Rand Goldfield1, 63-108. Abstract
Whiteside H C MIntroduction to the geology of the East Rand.1, 109-111. Abstract
Antrobus E S ANotes on the geological column of the East Rand.1, 113-123. Abstract
Antrobus E S A; Whiteside H C MThe geology of certain mines in the East Rand1, 125-160. Abstract
De Jager F S JThe Witwatersrand System in the Springs-Nigel-Heidelberg sector of the East Rand Basin1, 161-190. Abstract
Papenfus J AThe Black Reef Series within the Witwatersrand Basin with special reference to its occurrence at Government Gold Mining Areas1, 191-218. Abstract
Pretorius D AThe geology of the South Rand Goldfield1, 219-282. Abstract
Toens P D; Griffiths G HThe geology of the West Rand1, 283-321. Abstract
De Kock W PThe geology and economic significance of the West Wits Line1, 323-386. Abstract
Papenfus J AThe geology of the Western Areas Gold Mine and vicinity.1, 387-391. Abstract
Wilson N L; Toens P D; Van Der Schyff D BThe geology of the Rietkuil Syncline1, 393-398. Abstract
Wilson N L; Oosthuizen D H; Brink W C; Toens P DThe geology of the Vaal Reef Basin in the Klerksdorp area1, 399-416. Abstract
Winter H De La RThe geology of the northern section of the Orange Free State gold field1, 417-448. Abstract
McKinney J S Et Al.Geology of the Anglo American Group mines in the Welkom area, Orange Free State goldfield1, 451-506. Abstract
Winter H De La RThe geology of the Virginia section of the Orange Free State Gold field1, 507-548. Abstract
Brock B B; Pretorius D ARand Basin sedimentation and tectonics1, 549-599. Abstract
Phaup A EGold mines of Southern Rhodesia - Introduction. [Zimbabwe].2, 1-7. Abstract
Goldberg INotes on the relationship between gold deposits and Structure in Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]2, 9-13. Abstract
Collender F DThe geology of the Cam & Motor Mine, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]2, 15-27. Abstract
Leigh R WThe geology of the Dalny Mine, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]2, 29-40. Abstract
Mehliss A T MThe Dawn gold deposit, Queens area, Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]2, 41-58. Abstract
Davies D N; Hunter D RThe gold deposits of the Barberton Mountain Land in Swaziland2, 59-75. Abstract
Gribnitz K HNotes on the Barberton goldfield2, 77-90. Abstract
Willemse JA Brief outline of the geology of the Bushveld Igneous Complex2, 91-128. Abstract
Cameron E NChromite deposits of the eastern part of the Bushveld Complex.2, 129-168. Abstract
Cousins C AAdditional notes on the chromite deposits of the eastern part of the Bushveld Complex.2, 169-182. Abstract
Cousins C A; Feringa GThe chromite deposits of the Western Belt of the Bushveld Complex2, 183-202. Abstract
Macgregor B IA refractory chrome ore deposit in the Groot Marico District, Transvaal2, 203-207. Abstract
Worst B GChromite in the Great Dyke of Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]2, 209-224. Abstract
Cousins C AThe platinum deposits of the Merensky Reef2, 225-237. Abstract
Benedict P C; Wiid D De N; Cornelissen A K; Et AlProgress report on the geology of the O'Okiep copper district2, 239-302. Abstract
Van Graan S JGeology of the Messina copper deposits2, 303-314. Abstract
Lombaard A F; Ward-Able N M; Bruce R WThe exploration and main geological features of the copper deposit in carbonatite at Loolekop, Palabora Complex2, 315-337. Abstract
Jacobsen WThe geology of the Mangula copper deposits, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]2, 339-351. Abstract
Jacobsen J B EThe geology of the Alaska Mine. [Zimbabwe]2, 353-366. Abstract
Söhnge P GThe geology of the Tsumeb Mine. [Namibia]2, 367-382. Abstract
Strauss C AThe iron ore deposits in the Thabazimbi area, Transvaal2, 383-392. Abstract
Strauss C AThe iron ore deposits in the Sishen area, Cape Province2, 393-403. Abstract
Bursill C; Luyt J F M; Urie J GThe Bomvu Ridge iron ore deposit. [Swaziland]2, 405-413. Abstract
Boardman L GFurther geological data on the Postmasburg and Kuruman manganese ore deposits, Northern Cape Province2, 415-440. Abstract
Cooper D GThe geology of the Bikita pegmatite. [Zimbabwe]2, 441-461. Abstract
Roering C; Gevers T WLithium- and Beryllium-bearing pegmatites in the Karibib District, South-West Africa. [Namibia]2, 463-495. Abstract
Sharpe J W NThe Empress nickel-copper deposit, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]2, 497-508. Abstract
Le Roex H DNickel deposit on the Trojan Claims, Bindura District, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]2, 509-520. Abstract
Groeneveld DThe Potgietersrus tin-mining area2, 521-533. Abstract
Davies D NThe tin deposits of Swaziland2, 535-541. Abstract
Cilliers J J Le R; Genis J HCrocidolite asbestos in the Cape Province2, 543-570. Abstract
Genis J HThe formation of crocidolite asbestos2, 571-578. Abstract
Cilliers J J Le RAmosite at the Penge asbestos mine.2, 579-591. Abstract
Laubscher D HThe occurrence and origin of chrysotile asbestos and associated rocks, Shabani, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]2, 593-624. Abstract
Van Biljon W JThe chrysotile deposits of the Eastern Transvaal and Swaziland2, 625-669. Abstract
Hallam C DThe geology of the coastal diamond deposits of Southern Africa. [Namibia]2, 671-728. Abstract


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Mineral Deposits of Southern Africa, C. R. Anhaeusser and S. Maske, eds. 1986.     
ISBN 0-620-09441-9.
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AuthorTitlePages
Söhnge A P GMineral provinces of Southern Africa1, 1-23. Abstract
Beukes T EEconomic aspects of southern African mineral exploration1, 25-31. Abstract
Anhaeusser C R; Viljoen M J.Archaean metallogeny of South Africa1, 33-41. Abstract
Foster R P; Mann A G; Stowe C W; Wilson J F.Archaean gold mineralization in Zimbabwe1, 43-112. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RArchaean gold mineralization in the Barberton Mountain Land1, 113-154. Abstract
Wagener J H F; Wiegand JThe Sheba Gold Mine, Barberton greenstone belt1, 155-161. Abstract
Voges F DThe New Consort Gold Mine, Barberton greenstone belt1, 163-168. Abstract
Wiggett B S A; Brink W C J; Vorster M AThe Fairview Gold Mine, Barberton greenstone belt1, 169-179. Abstract
Wagener J H FThe Agnes Gold Mine, Barberton Greenstone Belt1, 181-185. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RThe Lily Gold Mine, Barberton Greenstone Belt; geology; mineralogy; and supergene gold enrichment1, 187-196. Abstract
Potgieter G A; De Villiers J P R.Controls of mineralization at the Fumani gold deposit, Sutherland greenstone belt1, 197-203. Abstract
Saager R; Muff RThe gold occurrences of the Eersteling Goldfield, Pietersburg Greenstone Belt1, 205-211. Abstract
Saager R; Muff RThe auriferous placer at Mount Robert, Pietersburg greenstone belt1, 213-220. Abstract
Bohmke F C; Varndell S J.Gold in granulites at Renco Mine, Zimbabwe1, 221-230. Abstract
Anderson I GThe Empress Nickel Deposit, Zimbabwe1, 231-236. Abstract
Chimimba L RThe Madizwa nickel-copper deposits, Zimbabwe1, 237-241. Abstract
Johnson R SThe Phoenix and Selkirk nickel-copper sulphide ore deposits, Tati Greenstone Belt, Eastern Botswana1, 243-248. Abstract
Chimimba L R; Ncube S M N.Nickel sulphide mineralization at Trojan Mine, Zimbabwe1, 249-253. Abstract
Baglow NThe Epoch nickel deposit, Zimbabwe1, 255-262. Abstract
Killick A M.The Damba sulphide nickel Deposits, Zimbabwe1, 263-273. Abstract
Mackie T A; Ferreira C A M; And Finnemore S H.The geology and exploration of the Matopos Dam nickel-copper occurrence, Zimbabwe1, 275-279. Abstract
Keenan JThe Bon Accord nickel sulphide deposit, Barberton Greenstone Belt1, 281-285. Abstract
De Waal S AThe Bon Accord nickel occurrence at Barberton1, 287-291. Abstract
Pearton T N; Viljoen M JAntimony mineralization in the Murchison greenstone belt - An overview1, 293-320. Abstract
Abbot J E; Van Vuuren C J J; And Viljoen M J.The Alpha-Gravelotte antimony ore body, Murchison Greenstone Belt1, 321-332. Abstract
Willson C; Viljoen M JThe Athens antimony orebody, Murchison Greenstone Belt1, 333-338. Abstract
Pearton T NThe Monarch Cinnabar Mine: Murchison greenstone belt1, 339-348. Abstract
Viljoen M J; Muff R; Paizes P.The Amo antimony deposit, Barberton Greenstone Belt1, 349-357. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RThe geological setting of chrysotile asbestos occurrences in southern Africa1, 359-375. Abstract
Laubscher D HChrysotile asbestos in the Vishavane (Shabani) and Mashavi (Mashaba) Areas, Zimbabwe1, 377-393. Abstract
Barton C MThe Havelock asbestos deposit in Swaziland, Barberton Greenstone Belt1, 395-407. Abstract
Voight J C; Bottner W; Schaum H HChrysotile asbestos at the Msauli Mine, Barberton greenstone belt1, 409-420. Abstract
Laubscher D HThe New Amianthus chrysotile asbestos deposit, Kaapsehoop, Barberton greenstone belt1, 421-426. Abstract
Menell R P; Brewer T H; Delve J R; Anhaeusser C RThe Kalkkloof chrysotile asbestos deposit and surrounding area, Barberton Mountain Land1, 427-435. Abstract
Robb L J; Robb V MArchaean pegmatite deposits in the north-eastern Transvaal1, 437-449. Abstract
Reynolds I MVanadium-bearing titaniferous iron ores of the Rooiwater Complex, north-eastern Transvaal1, 451-460. Abstract
Collins R GThe Zandrivierspoort magnetite deposit, Pietersburg District, northern Transvaal1, 461-467. Abstract
Furnell R GThe Shangoni tungsten deposit, Sutherland greenstone belt1, 469-472. Abstract
Saager R; Stupp H D; Utter T; Matthey H OGeological and mineralogical notes on placer occurrences in some conglomerates of the Pongola sequence1, 473-487. Abstract
Pretorius D AThe goldfields of the Witwatersrand Basin1, 489-493. Abstract
Allsopp H L And Welke H JAge limits to the Witwatersrand Supergroup1, 495-496. Abstract
Minter W E L; Hill W C N; Kidger R J; Kingsley C D And Snowden P AThe Welkom Goldfield1, 497-539. Abstract
Tweedie K A MThe discovery and exploration of Beisa and Beatrix Gold and Uranium Mines in the southern extension of the Welkom Goldfield1, 541-547. Abstract
Antrobus E S A; Brink W C J, Brink M C; Caulkin J; Hutchinson R I; Thomas D E; Van Graan J A And Viljoen J JThe Klerksdorp Goldfield1, 549-598. Abstract
Engelbrecht C J, Baumbach G W S, Matthysen J L And Fletcher PThe West Wits Line1, 599-648. Abstract
Tucker R F; Viljoen R PThe geology of the West Rand goldfield, with special reference to the southern limb1, 649-688. Abstract
Antrobus E S AThe South Rand Goldfield1, 689-703. Abstract
Tweedie E BThe Evander Goldfield1, 705-730. Abstract
Hallbauer D KThe mineralogy and geochemistry of Witwatersrand pyrite, gold, uranium, and carbonaceous matter1, 731-752. Abstract
Gay N C; Jager A JThe influence of geological features on problems of rock mechanics in Witwatersrand Mines1, 753-772. Abstract
Venter P PGeotechnical engineering and hydrogeological problems encountered in the Welkom goldfield in the 1950's1, 773-777. Abstract
Bekker E HFossil water and the associated gas mixture within and below the Ventersdorp Supergroup in the Harmony mine area, Welkom Goldfield1, 779-781. Abstract
Lain M JSome engineering geology problems associated with mine and township development in the Welkom Goldfield1, 783-789. Abstract
Wolmarans J FSome engineering-geological and hydrogeological aspects of mining on the West Wits Line1, 791-796. Abstract
Brand E LWater and gas occurrences in the Evander Goldfield1, 797-809. Abstract
Button AThe Transvaal sub-basin of the Transvaal Sequence1, 811-817. Abstract
Beukes N JThe Transvaal Sequence in Griqualand West1, 819-828. Abstract
Page D C; Du Plessis P GChert-free metallurgical grade dolomite in the southern Transvaal: The Mooiplaas and Glen Mines1, 829-835. Abstract
Martini J E JThe Zeerust fluorspar deposits, Western Transvaal1, 837-841. Abstract
Ryan P JThe Witkop Fluorspar Mine near Zeerust, western Transvaal1, 843-849. Abstract
Bear L MNote on the Bulhoek Fluorspar Mine, Groot Marico District1, 851. Abstract
Clay A NThe stratigraphy of the Malmani Dolomite Subgroup in the Carletonville area, Transvaal: genetic implications for lead-zinc mineralization1, 853-860. Abstract
Philpott G D; Ainslie L CLead mineralization on Leeuwbosch 129 KQ, Thabazimbi District1, 861-866. Abstract
Wheatley C J C, Whitfield, K J And Birch AThe Pering carbonate-hosted zinc-lead deposit, Griqualand West1, 867-874. Abstract
Southwood M JThe mineralogy of the Pering zinc-lead deposit, Cape Province, with special reference to supergene alteration.1, 875-889. Abstract
Wheatley C.J.V., Friggens P.J., Dooge F.The Bushy Park carbonate-hosted zinc-lead deposit, Griqualand West1, 891-900. Abstract
Beukes N J; Dreyer C J BAmosite asbestos deposits of the Penge area1, 901-910. Abstract
Beukes N J; Dreyer C J BCrocidolite deposits of the Pomfret area, Griqualand West1, 911-921. Abstract
Van Deventer J L; Eriksson P G; Snyman C PThe Thabazimbi iron ore deposits, northern-western Transvaal1, 923-929. Abstract
Van Schalkwyk J F; Beukes N JThe Sishen iron ore deposit, Griqualand West1, 931-956. Abstract
Grobbelaar W S And Beukes N JThe Bishop and Glosam Manganese Mines and the Beeshoek Iron Ore Mine of the Postmasburg area1, 957-961. Abstract
Nel C J, Beukes N J And De Villiers J P RThe Mamatwan Manganese Mine of the Kalahari manganese field1, 963-978. Abstract
Jennings MThe Middelplaats manganese ore deposit, Griqualand West1, 979-983. Abstract
Steyn M V R; Gardyne W N; Klop A A CThe Gopane manganese deposits, Bophuthatswana1, 985-989. Abstract
Collins L ANote on the exploration of Pretoria shales in the Vereeniging District, Transvaal1, 991-992. Abstract
Hammerbeck E C IAndalusite in the metamorphic aureole of the Bushveld Complex1, 993-1004. Abstract
Human D R; Collins L AThe Havercroft-Streatham andalusite deposit, Eastern Transvaal1, 1005-1008. Abstract
Kenyon A K; Attridge R L; Coetzee G L.The Uitkomst nickel-copper deposit, eastern Transvaal1, 1009-1017. Abstract
Pretorius D AThe compilation of the geological map of the Witwatersrand Basin1, 1019-1020. Abstract
Vermaak C F; Von Gruenewaldt G.Introduction to the Bushveld Complex2, 1021-1029. Abstract
Lee C A; Sharpe M RThe structural setting of the Bushveld Complex - An assessment aided by LANDSAT imagery2, 1031-1038. Abstract
Walraven FA note on the stratigraphic terminology of the Bushveld Complex2, 1039-1040. Abstract
Viljoen M J; De Klerk W J; Coetzer P M; Hatch N P; Kinloch E; Peyerl WThe Union Section of Rustenburg Platinum Mines Limited with reference to the Merensky Reef2, 1061-1090. Abstract
Leeb-Du Toit A.The Impala Platinum Mines2, 1091-1106. Abstract
Viljoen M J; Hieber RThe Rustenburg section of Rustenburg Platinum Mines Limited, with reference to the Merensky reef2, 1107-1134. Abstract
Farquhar JThe Western Platinum Mine2, 1135-1142. Abstract
Mossom R JThe Atok Platinum Mine2, 1143-1154. Abstract
Vermaak C FSummary aspects of the economics of chromium with special reference to Southern Africa2, 1155-1181. Abstract
Ireland K.L.The Winterveld (TCL) Chrome Mine Limited, Eastern Bushveld Complex2, 1183-1188. Abstract
Worst B GThe chromitite deposits of the Montrose and Groothoek Mines, eastern Bushveld Complex2, 1189-1195. Abstract
Gain S BThe Upper group chromitite layers at Maandagshoek, eastern Bushveld Complex2, 1197-1208. Abstract
Worst B GThe chromite deposits at Kroondal Chrome Mine, western Bushveld Complex2, 1209-1215. Abstract
Von Gruenewaldt G; Worst B GChromite deposits At Zwartkop Chrome Mine, Western Bushveld Complex2, 1217-1227. Abstract
Collins L A; Human D RThe Groot-Marico chromitite deposit, western Transvaal2, 1229-1235. Abstract
Hulbert L.J., Von Gruenewaldt G.The structure and petrology of the Upper and Lower chromitite layers on the farms Grasvally and Zoetveld, south of Potgietersrus2, 1237-1249. Abstract
Cawthorn R G; Molyneux T GVanadiferous Magnetite Deposits of the Bushveld Complex2, 1251-1266. Abstract
Reynolds I MThe mineralogy and ore petrography of the Bushveld titaniferous magnetite-rich layers2, 1267-1286. Abstract
Crocker I TThe Zaaiplaats Tinfield, Potgietersrus District2, 1287-1299. Abstract
Pringle I CThe Union Tin Mine, Naboomspruit District2, 1301-1305. Abstract
Rozendaal A; Toros M S; Anderson J RThe Rooiberg tin deposits, west-central Transvaal2, 1307-1327. Abstract
Smits GHydrothermal copper mineralization of the Rooibokkop-Boschhoek prospect, eastern Bushveld Complex2, 1329-1335. Abstract
Absolom S SThe Buffalo fluorspar deposit, Naboomspruit2, 1337-1341. Abstract
Pringle I CThe Zwartkloof fluorite deposits, Warmbaths District2, 1343-1349. Abstract
Newham W D NThe Lomagundi and Sabi Metallogenic Provinces of Zimbabwe2, 1351-1393. Abstract
Joubert PThe Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex - A Summary2, 1395-1420. Abstract
Lombaard A F; Exploration Staff Of The O'Okiep Copper Company LimitedThe copper deposits of the Okiep District, Namaqualand2, 1421-1445. Abstract
Ryan P J; Lawrence A L; Lipson R D; Moore J M; Paterson A; Stedman D P; Van Zyl DThe Aggeneys base-metal sulphide deposits, Namaqualand district2, 1447-1473. Abstract
Mourant D; Smith PAddendum to the paper by Ryan et al. (1985) on the Aggeneys base-metal sulphide deposits, Namaqualand district2, 1475. Abstract
Rozendaal AThe Gamsberg zinc deposit, Namaqualand District2, 1477-1488. Abstract
Viljoen R P; Kuyper J; Parsons C FThe Putsberg copper deposit, Pofadder District2, 1489-1502. Abstract
Wagener J H F; Van Schalkwyk LThe Prieska zinc-copper deposit, north-western Cape Province2, 1503-1527. Abstract
Voet H W; King B HThe Areachap copper-zinc deposit, Gordonia District2, 1529-1537. Abstract
Attridge R LThe Jacomynspan copper-nickel occurrence, Kenhardt District2, 1539-1545. Abstract
Bicker R E; Ralston I TThe Lutzputs iron-copper-silver deposits, Gordonia District.2, 1547-1552. Abstract
Wheatley C J V; De Beer L JThe Van Rooi's Vley tungsten-tin deposit, Gordonia, northern Cape2, 1553-1558. Abstract
Viljoen R P; Minnitt R C A; Viljoen M JPorphyry copper-molybdenum mineralization at the Lorelei, South West Africa/Namibia.2, 1559-1565. Abstract
Minnitt R C APorphyry copper-molybdenum mineralization at Haib River, South West Africa/Namibia.2, 1567-1585. Abstract
Bernasconi AThe Marinkas Kwela alkali intrusive - a porphyry molybdenum system of Cambrian age in southern South West Africa/Namibia.2, 1587-1591. Abstract
Van Vuuren C J JRegional setting and structure of the Rosh Pinah zinc-lead deposit, South West Africa / Namibia.2, 1593-1607. Abstract
Robb L JUraniferous leucogranites from the Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex: Part 1, Geology, geochemistry and petrogenesis2, 1609-1627. Abstract
Robb L J; Thiel K; Vorwerk RUraniferous leucogranites from the Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex: Part 2 - Uranium distribution and mineralization processes.2, 1629-1649. Abstract
Hugo P JSome deposits of feldspar, mica, and beryl in the north-western Cape Province2, 1651-1662. Abstract
Gallon M LStructural re-interpretation of the Selebi-Phikwe nickel-copper sulphide deposits, Eastern Botswana2, 1663-1669. Abstract
Bahnemann K PA review of the geology of the Messina copper deposits, southern Transvaal2, 1671-1688. Abstract
Wuth M G; Archer P DChromite mineralization at Sithilo, northern Zululand2, 1689-1694. Abstract
Reynolds I MThe mineralogy and petrography of some vanadium-bearing titaniferous iron ores of the Mambula Complex, Zululand2, 1695-1708. Abstract
Killick A MA review of the economic geology of northern South West Africa/Namibia2, 1709-1717. Abstract
Venter D MThe Kopermyn Copper Deposit, South West Africa/Namibia2, 1719-1723. Abstract
Ruxton P ASedimentology, Isotopic Signature and Ore Genesis of the Klein Aub Copper Mine, South West Africa/Namibia2, 1725-1738. Abstract
Ruxton P A; Clemmey HLate proterozoic stratabound red bed-copper deposits of the Witvlei Area, South West Africa/Namibia2, 1739-1754. Abstract
Adamson R G; Teichmann R F HThe Matchless cupreous pyrite deposit, South West Africa/Namibia2, 1755-1760. Abstract
Lombaard A F; Günzel A; Innes J; Krüger T LThe Tsumeb Lead-copper-zinc-silver Deposit, South West Africa/Namibia2, 1761-1787. Abstract
Innes J; Chaplin R COre Bodies of the Kombat Mine, South West Africa/Namibia2, 1789-1805. Abstract
Jacob R.E., Corner B., Brynard H.J.The regional geological and structural setting of the uraniferous granitic provinces of Southern Africa2, 1807-1818. Abstract
Berning JThe Rössing Uranium Deposit, South West Africa/Namibia2, 1819-1832. Abstract
Mouillac J L; Valois J -P; Walgenwitz FThe Goanikontes Uranium Occurrence in South West Africa/Namibia2, 1833-1843. Abstract
Richards T EGeological characteristics of rare-metal pegmatites of the Uis type in the Damara Orogen, South West Africa / Namibia.2, 1845-1862. Abstract
Stratten TEnvironmental and stratigraphic setting of the Karoo basin and its mineral deposits2, 1863-1873. Abstract
Smith D A M; Whittaker R R L GThe coalfields of Southern Africa: An introduction2, 1875-1878. Abstract
Falcon R M SA brief review of the origin, formation, and distribution of coal in Southern Africa2, 1879-1898. Abstract
Falcon R M SClassification of coals in Southern Africa2, 1899-1921. Abstract
Steyn P P A; Van Der Linde P JVereeniging-Sasolburg coalfield2, 1923-1927. Abstract
Gilligan R NOFS-Vierfontein coalfield2, 1929-1937. Abstract
Stavrakis NSedimentary environments and facies of the Orange Free State coalfield2, 1939-1952. Abstract
Henderson R ESouth Rand coalfield2, 1953-1961. Abstract
Stuart-Williams V.The Syferfontein Colliery - An example of a karstic coal2, 1963-1968. Abstract
Smith D A M; Whittaker R R L GThe Springs-Witbank coalfield2, 1969-1984. Abstract
Jordaan JHighveld coalfield2, 1985-1994. Abstract
Greenshields H DEastern Transvaal coalfield2, 1995-2010. Abstract
Spurr M R; Gillard T D; Bell KThe Utrecht Coalfield of Northern Natal2, 2011-2022. Abstract
Bell K; Spurr M RThe Vryheid coalfield of Northern Natal2, 2023-2032. Abstract
Bell K; Spurr M RThe Klip River Coalfield of Northern Natal2, 2033-2045. Abstract
De Jager F S JCoal occurrences of the central, north-western, northern and eastern Transvaal2, 2047-2055. Abstract
Ortlepp R JLimpopo coalfield2, 2057-2061. Abstract
Christie A D MThe Molteno coalfield2, 2063-2069. Abstract
Clark G C; Lock N P; Smith R ACoal resources of Botswana.2, 2071-2085. Abstract
Duguid K BThe coalfields of Zimbabwe.2, 2087-2089. Abstract
Duguid K BCoal resources of Zimbabwe.2, 2091-2098. Abstract
Duguid K BWankie district coal measures.2, 2099-2104. Abstract
Behr S HHeavy mineral deposits in the Karoo Sequence2, 2105-2118. Abstract
Le Roux J P; Toens P DA review of the uranium occurrences in the Karoo Sequence, South Africa2, 2119-2134. Abstract
Stuart-Williams V; Taylor C MThe Matjieskloof uranium anomaly, Fraserburg District2, 2135-2139. Abstract
Wadley R G; Hoffmann JA case history of the DR-3 uranium anomaly, Laingsburg District2, 2141-2147. Abstract
Maske S, Cawthorn R GThe nickel occurrence in the Insizwa Complex, Transkei2, 2149-2158. Abstract
Bird D NCopper-tungsten mineralization associated with the Mutandawhe Complex, Zimbabwe.2, 2159-2166. Abstract
Reimer T OPhanerozoic barite deposits of South Africa and Zimbabwe2, 2167-2172. Abstract
Verwoerd W JMineral deposits associated with carbonatites and alkaline rocks2, 2173-2191. Abstract
Clement C R; Harris J W; Robinson D N; Hawthorne J BThe De Beers kimberlite pipe - A historic South African diamond mine2, 2193-2214. Abstract
Lurie JMineralization of the Pilanesberg Alkaline Complex2, 2215-2228. Abstract
Fourie P J; De Jager D HPhosphate in the Phalaborwa Complex2, 2239-2253. Abstract
Gunthorpe R J; Buerger A DGeology and economic evaluation of the Otjisazu alkaline igneous complex, central South West Africa / Namibia.2, 2255-2260. Abstract
Menge G F WSodalite carbonatite deposits of Swartbooisdrif, South West Africa / Namibia.2, 2261-2268. Abstract
Hambleton-Jones B.B., Levin M., Wagener G.F.Uraniferous surficial deposits in Southern Africa2, 2269-2287. Abstract
Gould DBrines of Sowa Pan and adjacent areas, Botswana.2, 2289-2299. Abstract
Van Wyk J P; Pienaar L F.Diamondiferous gravels of the Lower Orange River, Namaqualand2, 2300-2321. Abstract
Fockema P DThe heavy mineral deposits north of Richards Bay2, 2301-2307. Abstract
Van Wyk J P; Pienaar L FDiamondiferous gravels of the lower Orange River, Namaqualand.2, 2309-2321. Abstract
Hammerbeck E C INew geological map of Southern Africa2, 2323-2324. Abstract
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Special Publications

No. 1. Symposium on the Bushveld Igneous Complex and other Layered Intrusions, Pretoria, 1969.
Visser, D J L & Von Gruenewaldt, G., eds. 1970.
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Coertze F JThe geology of the western part of the Bushveld Igneous Complex.5-22. Abstract
De Villiers J SThe structure and petrology of the mafic rocks of the Bushveld Complex south of Potgietersrus.23-35. Abstract
Groeneveld DThe structural features and the petrography of the Bushveld Complex in the vicinity of Stoffberg, Eastern Transvaal.36-45. Abstract
Cameron E NCompositions of certain coexisting phases in the eastern part of the Bushveld Complex.46-58. Abstract
Ferguson J; Wright I HCompositional variation of plagioclases in the Critical Series, Bushveld Complex.59-66. Abstract
Von Gruenewaldt GOn the phase-change orthopyroxene-pigeonite and the resulting textures in the Main and Upper Zones of the Bushveld Complex in the eastern Transvaal.67-73. Abstract
Ferguson J; McCarthy T SOrigin of an ultramafic pegmatoid in the eastern part of the Bushveld Complex.74-79. Abstract
Van Zyl J PThe petrology of the Merensky Reef and the associated rocks on Swartklip 988, Rustenburg District.80-107. Abstract
Liebenberg LThe sulphides in the layered sequence of the Bushveld Igneous Complex.108-207. Abstract
Grobler N J; Whitfield G GThe olivine-apatite magnetites and related rocks in the Villa Nora occurrence of the Bushveld Igneous Complex.208-227. Abstract
Molyneux T GThe geology of the area in the vicinity of Magnet Heights, Eastern Transvaal, with special reference to the magnetic iron ore.228-241. Abstract
Vermaak C FThe geology of the lower portion of the Bushveld Complex and it, relationship to the floor rocks in the area west of the Pilanesberg, Western Transvaal.242-265. Abstract
Biesheuvel KAn interpretation of a gravimetric survey in the area west of the Pilanesberg in the Western Transvaal.266-282. Abstract
De Waal S AInterference-folding of Bushveld-Igneous-complex age in the Transvaal System north of Marble Hall, Transvaal.283-298. Abstract
Hammerbeck E C IThe Steelpoort Park granite, eastern part of the Bushveld Complex and the magnetitites in the gabbroic country rock.299-311. Abstract
Coetzee G LThe Rooiberg felsite series north of Nylstroom.312-325. Abstract
Schwellnus J S IAndalusite-staurolite relationships in the north-eastern metamorphic aureole of the Bushveld Complex.326-335. Abstract
Willemse J; Viljoen E AThe fate of argillaceous material in the gabbroic magma of the Bushveld Complex.336-366. Abstract
Hamilton WBushveld Complex - product of impacts.367-379. Abstract
Thayer T PChromite segregations as petrogenetic indicators.380-390. Abstract
Jackson E DThe cyclic unit in layered intrusions - a comparison of repetitive stratigraphy in the ultramafic parts of the Stillwater, Muskox, Great Dyke, and Bushveld Complexes.391-424. Abstract
Bowes D R; Skinner W R; Wright A EPetrochemical comparison of the Bushveld Igneous Complex with some other mafic complexes.425-440. Abstract
Irvine T NCrystallization sequences in the Muskox Intrusion and other layered intrusions 1. Olivine-Pyroxene-Plagioclase Relations.441-476. Abstract
Allard G OThe Dore Lake Complex, Chibougamau, Quebec - a metamorphosed Bushveld-type layered intrusion.477-491. Abstract
Ford A BDevelopment of the layered series and capping granophyre of the Dufek Intrusion of Antarctica.492-510. Abstract
Van Der Kaaden GChromite-bearing ultramafic and related gabbroic rocks and their relationship to "ophiolitic" extrusive basic rocks and diabases in Turkey511-531. Abstract
Naldrett A J; Bray J G; Gasparrini E L; Podolsky T; Rucklidge J CPhase layering and cryptic variation in the Sudbury Nickel Irruptive532-546. Abstract
Nesbitt R W; Goode A D T; Moore A C; Hopwood T PThe Giles Complex, central Australia: a stratified sequence of mafic and ultramafic intrusions547-564. Abstract
Wadsworth W JThe Aberdeenshire layered intrusion of north-east Scotland.565-575. Abstract
Davies R D; Allsopp H I; Erlank A J; Manton W MSr-isotopic studies on various layered mafic intrusions in southern Africa.576-593. Abstract
Hughes C JMajor rhythmic layering in ultramafic rocks of the Great Dyke of Rhodesia, with particular reference to the Sebakwe area594-609. Abstract
Podmore FThe shape of the Great Dyke of Rhodesia as revealed by gravity surveying610-620. Abstract
Robertson I D M; Van Breemen OThe southern satellite dykes of the Great Dyke, Rhodesia621-644. Abstract
Hunter D RThe geology of the Usushwana Complex in Swaziland645-660. Abstract
Viljoen R P; Viljoen M JThe geology and geochemistry of the layered ultramafic bodies of the Kaapmuiden area, Barberton Mountain Land.661-688. Abstract
Danchin R V; Ferguson JThe geochemistry of the Losberg Intrusion, Fochville, Transvaal.689-714. Abstract
Bahnemann K PA note on the anorthositic gneiss in the Messina District, northern Transvaal.715-720. Abstract
Saggerson E P; Logan C TDistribution controls of layered and differentiated mafic intrusions in the Lebombo volcanic sub-province.721-733. Abstract
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No. 2. Upper Mantle Project - South African National Committee Symposium, July 1969.
Haughton S HThe Upper Mantle Project5-8. Abstract
Viljoen M J; Viljoen R PAn Introduction to the Geology of the Barberton granite-greenstone terrain.9-28. Abstract
Viljoen R P; Viljoen M JThe effects of metamorphism and serpentinization on the volcanic and associated rocks of the Barberton region.29-53. Abstract
Viljoen M J; Viljoen R PThe geology and geochemistry of the lower ultramafic unit of the Onverwacht Group and a proposed new class of igneous rocks.55-85. Abstract
Viljoen M J; Viljoen R PEvidence for the existence of a mobile extrusive peridotitic magma from the Komati Formation of the Onverwacht Group.87-112. Abstract
Viljoen R P; Viljoen M JThe geological and geochemical significance of the upper formations of the Onverwacht Group.113-151. Abstract
Viljoen M J; Viljoen R PA proposed new classification of the granitic rocks of the Barberton region.153-188. Abstract
Viljoen M J; Viljoen R PThe geochemical evolution of the granitic rocks of the Barberton region.189-219. Abstract
Viljoen R P; Viljoen M JThe relationship between mafic and ultramafic magma derived from the upper mantle and the ore deposits of the Barberton region221-244. Abstract
Viljoen R P; Viljoen M JA reappraisal of granite-greenstone terrains of shield areas based on the Barberton model.245-274. Abstract
Viljoen R P; Viljoen M JEvidence for the composition of the primitive mantle and its products of partial melting from a study of the mafic and ultramafic rocks of the Barberton Mountain Land.275-295. Abstract
Bliss N W; Stidolph P AThe Rhodesian Basement Complex305-333. Abstract
Saggerson E P; Owen L MMetamorphism as a guide to depth of the top of the mantle in Southern Africa.335-349. Abstract
Gurney J J; Siebert J C; Whitfield G GA diamondiferous eclogite from the Roberts Victor Mine.351-357. Abstract
Mathias M; Rickwood P CUltramafic xenoliths in the Matsoku kimberlite pipe, Lesotho.359-369. Abstract
Rickwood P C; Gurney J J; White-Cooper D RThe nature and occurrences of eclogite xenoliths in the kimberlites of Southern Africa.371-393. Abstract
Rickwood P CThe nature and occurrences of non-eclogitic ultramafic xenoliths in the kimberlites of Southern Africa.395-416. Abstract
Gurney J J; Berg G WPotassium, rubidium and cesium in South African kimberlites and their peridotite xenoliths.417-427. Abstract
Allsopp H.L., Davies, R.D., De Gasparis, A.A.A., Nicolaysen, L.O.Review of Rb/Sr age measurements from the Early Precambrian terrain in the south-eastern Transvaal and Swaziland433-444. Abstract
Carte, A.E., Van Rooyen, A.I.M.Further measurements of heat flow in South Africa.445-448. Abstract
Green, R.W., Bloch, S.Recent developments in seismic investigation of crustal and upper mantle structure in South Africa.477-484. Abstract
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No. 3. Symposium on Granites, Gneisses and Related Rocks. Salisbury 1973. Lister, L A, Ed. 1973.
Sutton JStages in the evolution of the granitic crust1-6. Abstract
Mehnert K RThe origin of granitic rocks: a summary of recent investigations7-11. Abstract
Fyfe W SGranites past and present13-16. Abstract
Clifford T NAfrican granulites and related rocks: a preliminary note17-23. Abstract
Emmermann R; Rein GGenesis of granite by anatexis and differentiation (southwestern Black Forest, Germany)25-33. Abstract
Brindley J CSome aspects of batholithic intrusion35-44. Abstract
Hopgood A MThe significance of deformational sequences in discriminating between Precambrian terrains45-51. Abstract
Bartholomew M J; Dietrich R VPtygma enigmas53-58. Abstract
Phaup A EThe granitic rocks of the Rhodesian Craton. [Zimbabwe]59-67. Abstract
Wilson J F; Harrison N MRecent K-Ar age determinations on some Rhodesian granites. [Zimbabwe]69-78. Abstract
Wilson J FGranites and gneisses of the area around Mashaba, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]79-84. Abstract
Stowe C WThe older tonalite gneiss complex in the Selukwe area, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]85-95. Abstract
Leyshon P RTwo granite-gneiss domes in the Copper Queen area, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]97-109. Abstract
Gewald H; Pirajno FThe Madziwa batholiths, northeastern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]111-120. Abstract
Stidolph P AThe granitic terrain north and east of the Shamva Greenstone Belt. [Zimbabwe]121-125. Abstract
Harper, G.Metamorphism in the southern Urungwe District, northwestern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]127-130. Abstract
Hunter D RThe granitic rocks of the Precambrian in Swaziland131-147. Abstract
Thatcher E CGneisses and granites in the Malawi province of the Mozambique Belt149-155. Abstract
Lister L AThe microgeomorphology of granite in northeastern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]157-161. Abstract
Purves W DEngineering implications of granite weathering163-166. Abstract
Gordon P S LThe Selebi-Pikwe nickel-copper deposits, Botswana167-187. Abstract
Roberts A EThe geological setting of copper ore bodies at Inyati Mine, Headlands District, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]189-196. Abstract
Gatherall, D.J.The Shabani younger granite, Shabani, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]197-200. Abstract
Grubb, P.L.C.Paragenesis of spodumene and other lithium minerals in some Rhodesian pegmatites. [Zimbabwe]201-216. Abstract
Allsopp H L; Erlank A J; Hornung GRb-Sr age measurements on the Umkondo dolerites of Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]217. Abstract
Fitch F J; Miller J ADating granites by the potassium-argon method219-225. Abstract
Saggerson E PMetamorphic facies series in Africa: a contrast227-234. Abstract
Bahnemann K PThe origin of the Singelele granite gneiss near Messina, Northern Transvaal235-244. Abstract
Bahnemann, K.P.The origin of the Singelele granite gneiss near Messina, northern Transvaal.235-244. Abstract
Bennet J DThe gneisses and granitoid rocks of eastern Botswana245-251. Abstract
Mackie T A; Oosthuizen J H CThe geology of the Towla-Jopempi area, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]253-264. Abstract
Robertson I D MPotash granites of the southern edge of the Rhodesian Craton and the Northern Granulite Zone of the Limpopo Mobile Belt. [Zimbabwe]265-276. Abstract
Newton A R; Joubert PPhotogeology in a granite gneiss terrain, Namaqualand, South Africa277-287. Abstract
Joubert PThe development of the gneisses of part of Namaqualand289-305. Abstract
Bridgwater D; Windley B FAnorthosites, post-orogenic granites, acid volcanic rocks and crustal development in the North Atlantic Shield during the mid-Proterozoic307-317. Abstract
Windley B FArchaean anorthosites: a review with the Fiskenaesset Complex, West Greenland as a model for interpretation319-332. Abstract
Caminos RSome granites, gneisses and metamorphites of Argentina333-338. Abstract
Hodgson F D IPetrography and evolution of the Brandberg intrusion, South West Africa. [Namibia]339-343. Abstract
Wolhuter L EThe petrology of the Opemisca Lake Pluton, Quebec, Canada345-359. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RThe geology and geochemistry of the Archaean granites and gneisses of the Johannesburg - Pretoria dome361-385. Abstract
Wolhuter L EMajor and trace elements in the Opemisca Lake Granite Pluton, Quebec, Canada387-409. Abstract
Kröner AMetasomatism and granitization in part of the Namaqualand granite-gneiss complex - a comparison between petrographic evidence and geochemical data411-417. Abstract
Viewing K A; Harrison N MA geological reconnaissance of the Chinamora Batholith Near Salisbury, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]419-432. Abstract
Dhana Raju R; Krishna Rao J S RThe petrochemistry of some Indian granitic rocks433-441. Abstract
Miller R McGThe implication of albite rims in granite studies443-446. Abstract
Smith C C; Fripp R E PThe northern contact facies of the Matopos Granite, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]447-453. Abstract
Garlick W GThe Nchanga Granite. [Zambia]455-474. Abstract
Bridgwater D; McGregor V R; Windley B FStages in the development of the early Precambrian crust of Greenland475-477. Abstract
De Albuquerque C A RThe origin of enclaves in granitic rocks from northern Portugal479-493. Abstract
Montoto MPetrographic transformations in granitic rocks under tectonic stress495-498. Abstract
Laurent RThe origin and kinematic evolution of a metasomatic granite of the Aiguilles Rouges, western Alps499-505. Abstract
Mendelsohn FMobile belts507-509. Abstract
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No. 4. Mineralization in Metamorphic Terranes.  Verwoerd, W.J., ed. 1978. ISBN 0 627 010032.
Wynne-Edwards H RTectonic evaluation of Precambrian metamorphic terranes for mineral exploration.3-5. Abstract
Brant A A; Fuller B DGeophysical exploration and problems in metamorphic terranes7-40. Abstract
Hopwood TConformable elongate ore bodies and intrafolial folds parallel to a mineral streaking lineation.41-51. Abstract
Viljoen M J; Van Vuuren C J J; Pearton T N; Minnitt R C A; Muff R; Cilliers PThe regional geological setting of mineralization in the Murchison Range with particular reference to antimony.55-76. Abstract
Pearton T NThe geology and geochemistry of the Monarch orebody and environs, Murchison Range, north-eastern Transvaal.77-86. Abstract
De Waal S AThe nickel deposits at Bon Accord, Barberton, South Africa - a proposed paleometeorite.87-98. Abstract
Van Niekerk C B; Burger A JThe age of the Moodies conglomerate boulders99-106. Abstract
Foster R P; Mann A G; Armin T; Burmeister B BRichardson's Kop wolframite deposit, Rhodesia: a geochemical model for the hydrothermal behaviour of tungsten107-128. Abstract
Marsh S C KNickel-copper occurrences at Dikoloti and Lentswe, eastern Botswana.131-148. Abstract
Van Reenen D D; Du Toit M CThe reaction garnet + quartz = cordierite + hypersthene in granulites of the Limpopo metamorphic complex in northern Transvaal149-177. Abstract
Kröner AThe Namaqua Mobile Belt with in the framework of Precambrian crustal evolution in southern Africa.181-188. Abstract
Beeson R; Brunke E G; Dent R HPreliminary results from a regional geochemical survey in the north-western Cape Province189-203. Abstract
Wheatley C J VAspects of geochemical exploration in the Bushmanland region, north-west Cape205-214. Abstract
Joubert PThe fault pattern south of Kakamas - an example of convergent wrench fault tectonics.215-222. Abstract
Cornell D HAge and metamorphism of the Copperton Formation, Prieska District.223-234. Abstract
Rozendaal AThe Gamsberg zinc deposit, Namaqualand.235-265. Abstract
Lombaard A F; Schreuder F J GDistribution pattern and general geological features of steep structures, megabreccias and basic rocks in the Okiep Copper district.269-295. Abstract
Hälbich I WMinor structures in gneiss and the origin of steep structures in the Okiep copper district.297-322. Abstract
Van Zyl DA petrological approach towards the ore-bearing potentialities of the Okiep basic intrusives in Namaqualand.323-329. Abstract
Prins P; Venter J PPrimary dispersion aureoles associated with copper-bearing mafic bodies, Namaqualand.331-344. Abstract
Clifford T N; Stumpfl E F; Burger A JMineralogical and isotope studies of the crystalline rocks of the Okiep-Nababeep District, Namaqualand.345-347. Abstract
Stumpfl E FVariations in silicate, oxide and sulphide mineralogy in the Okiep Copper District.349-350. Abstract
McCarthy T SA geochemical study of the gneisses of the Nababeep District, Namaqualand.351-353. Abstract
Hugo D; Maher M J; Maske SA review of the application of the magnetic and gravity methods of prospecting in the Okiep copper district.355-383. Abstract
Muller J A; Maher M J; Saal E WThe significance of natural remanent magnetization in geophysical exploration in the Okiep copper district.385-401. Abstract
Martin HThe mineralization of the ensialic Damara Orogenic Belt.405-415. Abstract
Jacob R EGranite genesis and associated mineralization in part of the Central Damara Belt.417-432. Abstract
Finnemore S HThe geochemistry and origin of the Matchless amphibolite belt, Windhoek District, South-West Africa.433-447. Abstract
Stowe C WStructure of the Lomagundi Group in the Sinoia area, Rhodesia449-459. Abstract
Bowes D RCharacterization of regimes of polyphase deformed metamorphic rocks in the Baltic Shield463-475. Abstract
Stanton R LSpeculation on the chemical metasediments of Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia477-480. Abstract
Both R ARemobilization of mineralization during retrograde metamorphism, Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia481-489. Abstract
Taylor A PTextures in sulphide-bearing archaean ultramafic rocks from the Spargoville area, Western Australia491-508. Abstract
Skinner W R; Bowes D R; Skinner D LPetrochemistry of chromitite-bearing ultramafic complexes, Red Lodge, Montana, U.S.A.509-527. Abstract
Wheatley C J VOre mineral fabrics in the Avoca polymetallic sulphide deposits, south-east Ireland529-544. Abstract
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No. 5. A symposium on mineral deposits and the transportation and deposition of metals.
C.R. Anhaeusser, R.P. Foster and T. Stratten, eds. 1979. ISBN 0 620 03798 9.
Wilson J FA preliminary reappraisal of the Rhodesian basement complex.1-23. Abstract
Foster R P; Mann A G; Miller R G; Smith P J RGenesis of archaean gold mineralisation with reference to three deposits in the Gatooma area, Rhodesia.25-38. Abstract
Stowe C WGold and associated mineralization in the Que Que area, Rhodesia39-48. Abstract
Stidolph P AThe distribution of gold in the Shamva Greenstone Belt49-53. Abstract
Harrison N MThe geology of the Redwing Gold Mine, Penhalonga, Umtali District, Rhodesia.55-60. Abstract
Roberts A EA gold-bearing felsite horizon near Umtali - Rhodesia61-65. Abstract
Viljoen M J; Bernasconi AThe geochemistry, regional setting and genesis of the Shangani-Damba nickel deposits, Rhodesia.67-98. Abstract
Anderson L G; Varndell B J; Westner G JSome geological aspects of the Perseverance nickel deposit, Rhodesia99-107. Abstract
Mowbray R J; Brand E L; Hofmeyer P K; Potter MThe Hunters Road nickel prospect.109-116. Abstract
Lear P AThe ore mineralogy of the Pikwe and Selebi nickel-copper deposits, Botswana117-132. Abstract
Viljoen M JThe geology and geochemistry of the "Antimony Line" in the United Jack Complex, Murchison Range.133-158. Abstract
Pearton T NA geochemical investigation of the carbonate and associated rocks of the Monarch Antimony Mine, Murchison Range, north-eastern Transvaal.159-166. Abstract
Muff R; Saager RMetallogenic interpretations from a mineragraphic and geostatistic study of antimony ores of the Murchison Greenstone Belt, South Africa167-179. Abstract
Anhaeusser C R; Ryan P J"Barren" massive sulphide deposits in the Mphoengs schist belt, Rhodesia: a case history181-203. Abstract
Fripp R E P; Donelly T H; Lambert I BSulphur isotope results for archaean banded iron-formation, Rhodesia205-208. Abstract
Bahnemann K P; Lockett N HThe geology and copper mineralization of the Gwai River Mine area, Wankie District, Rhodesia209-217. Abstract
Mann A GSedimentological control of copper deposition in the Sijarira Group, western Umniati River area, Rhodesia219-227. Abstract
Cotterill PThe Selukwe schist belt and its chromitite deposits229-245. Abstract
Moore A CChromite in Norway247-252. Abstract
Viewing K A; Hodgson W A; Wenden D AThe geochemistry of the two granites associated with mineral deposits, near Salisbury, Rhodesia253-261. Abstract
Connan JGenetic relation between oil and ore in some Pb-Zn-Ba ore deposits263-274. Abstract
Crocker I TMetallogenic aspects of the Bushveld granites: Fluorite, tin and associated rare metal-carbonate mineralisation.275-295. Abstract
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No. 6. Some sedimentary basins and associated ore deposits of South Africa.
Ann M. Anderson and W.J. Van Biljon, eds. 1979. ISBN 0 620 04026 2.
Picard M D; High L R (Jr)Lacustrine stratigraphic relations.1-21. Abstract
Muff R; Saager RPetrographic and mineragraphic investigations of the archaean gold placer at Mount Robert in the Pietersburg Greenstone Belt, northern Transvaal23-31. Abstract
Pretorius D AThe depositional environment of the Witwatersrand goldfields: a chronological review of speculations and observations.33-55. Abstract
Von Rahden H V R; Von Rahden M J EA geostatistical study of the Ventersdorp Contact and Vaal Reefs.57-64. Abstract
Martini J E JA copper bearing bed in the Pretoria Group in northeastern Transvaal.65-72. Abstract
Crocker I TFluorite mineralisation in the dolomite of the Transvaal Supergroup.73-82. Abstract
Anderson A M; McLachlan I RThe oil-shale potential of the early Permian White Band Formation in southern Africa83-89. Abstract
Ryan P J; Whitfield C GBasinal analysis of the Ecca and lowermost Beaufort beds and associated coal, uranium and heavy mineral beach sand occurrences.91-101. Abstract
Van Vuuren C J; Cole D IThe stratigraphy and depositional environments of the Ecca Group in the northern part of the Karoo Basin103-111. Abstract
Steyn P P A; Beukes N JDie sedimentologie van die Davelsteenkoolveld van die Vryheid Formasie van die Karoo Supergroep in die oos-Transvaal113-129. Abstract
Rowsell D M; Connan JOil generation, migration and preservation in the Middle Ecca sequence near Dannhauser and Wakkerstroom131-150. Abstract
Bredell, J.H.The nature and distribution of the Karoo sequence on the east and west Rand with special reference to refractory clays.151-160. Abstract
McLachlan I R; McMillan I KMicrofaunal biostratigraphy, chronostratigraphy and history of mesozoic and cenozoic deposits on the coastal margin of South Africa161-181. Abstract
Winter H De La RApplication of basic principles of stratigraphy to the Jurassic-Cretaceous interval in Southern Africa.183-196. Abstract
Du Toit S RThe Mesozoic history of the Agulhas Bank in terms of the plate-tectonic theory197-203. Abstract
Leith M J; Rowsell D MBurial history and temperature-depth conditions for hydrocarbon generation and migration on the Agulhas Bank, South Africa205-217. Abstract
Stratten TThe origin of the diamondiferous alluvial gravels in southwestern Transvaal.219-228. Abstract
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No. 7. ICAM 81. Proceedings of the First International Congress on Applied Mineralogy.
De Villiers, J.P.R., Cawthorn P.A, eds. 1983. ISBN 0 620 06589 3.
Amstutz G CMineralogy and petrology applied to exploration.1-4. Abstract
Eales H V; Reynolds I MFactors influencing the composition of chromite and magnetite in some southern African rocks.5-20. Abstract
Groves D I; Barrett F M; Brotherton R HExploration significance of chrome-spinels in mineralized ultramafic rocks and nickel-copper ores.21-30. Abstract
Ahlrichs J WThe role of the mineralogist in the exploration and testing of gold ore.31-37. Abstract
Hallbauer D KGeochemistry and fluid inclusions in detrital minerals as guides to their provenance and distribution.39-57. Abstract
Kable E J DCharacterisation of quartz and pyrite in Witwatersrand gold-bearing conglomerates by minor and trace elements.59-66. Abstract
Meyer M; Saager R; Köppel VRadionuclide techniques and lead isotope analyses as tools in uranium exploration.67-77. Abstract
Phillips G N; Groves D I; Clark M EThe importance of host-rock mineralogy in the location of Archaean epigenetic gold deposits.79-86. Abstract
Fitzpatrick R WOccurrence and mineralogy of ferruginous bauxites along the eastern seaboard of South Africa.87-96. Abstract
Mackowsky M -TThe application of coal petrology.97-109. Abstract
Smith W H; Roux H J; Steyn J G DThe classification of coal macerals and their relation to certain chemical and physical parameters of coal.111-115. Abstract
Macgregor I MPreliminary results on the relationship of coal petrology to coal cuttability in some South African coals.117-128. Abstract
Willis J PTrace-element studies on South African coals and fly ash.129-135. Abstract
Falcon L M; Falcon R M SThe application of coal petrography to certain beneficiation techniques on South African coal.137-148. Abstract
Krynauw J RA preliminary investigation into the suitability of South African anthracites for Soderberg electrodes.149-155. Abstract
Smith W H; Roux H J; Sterling K JAutomation as applied in coal petrography.157-161. Abstract
Gaigher J LQuantitative x-ray diffraction for the determination of minerals in South African coal production samples.163-168. Abstract
Hart R J; Leahy R MThe geochemical characterisation of coal seams from the Witbank Basin.169-174. Abstract
Henley K JOre-dressing mineralogy - a review of techniques, applications and recent developments.175-200. Abstract
Petruk W; Schnarr J RThe behaviour of minerals during flotation of a base-metal ore from the Brunswick No. 12 deposit in Canada.201-208. Abstract
Hagni R DApplications of the ore microscope to ore-dressing problems in the Viburnum trend, south-east Missouri, USA.209-215. Abstract
Watson M D; Botha P HMineralogical investigation of the ore and plant products as an aid for improved beneficiation of the Zn-Pb-Cu ore at Rosh Pinah, South West Africa.217-223. Abstract
Hense JIntergrowth as a limiting factor of lead-zinc separation in complex ore processing - a plant study.225-227. Abstract
Wilson A FThe economic significance of non-hydrothermal transport of gold, and of the accretion of large gold nuggets in laterite and other weathering profiles in Australia.229-234. Abstract
Dimanche F; Ek C; Frenay JProcessing of Belgian oxidised zinc ores: a good example of applied mineralogy.235-237. Abstract
Bockmann De Cianciarulo SRelationship between mineral textures and their industrial behaviour.239-243. Abstract
De Waal S AThe effects of supergene alteration on the chemistry and floatability of sphalerite.245-251. Abstract
D'Orey F L C; Rebelo J L AThe nature of the refractory iron ores at Moncorvo, north-eastern Portugal.253-260. Abstract
Hausen D MProcess mineralogy of auriferous pyritic ores at Carlin, Nevada.261-269. Abstract
Hofmeyr P K; Potgieter G AThe occurrence of pseudo-hydrothermal gold in pyrite at Unisel Gold Mines Limited.271-274. Abstract
Knights J GHilton Mine silver mineralogy - its distribution, textural associations and metallurgical significance.275-286. Abstract
Vochten R FFormation of secondary uranyl phosphates in the oxidation zone of uranium deposits.287-293. Abstract
Peyerl WThe metallurgical implications of the mode of occurrence of platinum-group metals in the Merensky Reef and UG-2 chromitite of the Bushveld Complex.295-300. Abstract
Smits G; Uiterwijk B HThe uranium mineralization in the south-western Karoo: its mineralogy and genesis.301-313. Abstract
Tanelli G; Lattanzi PPyritic ores of southern Tuscany, Italy.315-323. Abstract
Muan AEquilibria in metal and oxide systems at high temperatures.325-336. Abstract
Kinloch E DThe role of mineralogy in pilot plant pre-reduction of chromite ores in South Africa.337-349. Abstract
Wedepohl A; Barcza N AThe "dig-out" of a ferrochromium furnace.351-363. Abstract
Blaschek O; Paulitsch PGlass ceramic fibres365-367. Abstract
Howden M GThe in situ synthesis of zeolite Y in fired kaolinite matrices.369-373. Abstract
Koursaris A; Kleyenstüber A S E; Finn C W PA mineralogical investigation of the reduction of Mamatwan manganese ore with carbon.375-382. Abstract
Buchanan D L; Nolan J; Wilkinson N; De Villiers J P RAn experimental investigation of sulphur solubility as a function of temperature in synthetic silicate melts.383-391. Abstract
Krüger J EStudy of the devitrification and hydration of vitreous, high-magnesia blast-furnace slag by means of differential thermal analysis, thermogravimetry, X-ray diffraction and electron microscopy.393-402. Abstract
Crawford DThe fine structure of amphiboles, carbonaceous material and chromites as revealed by transmission electron microscopy.403-408. Abstract
Paterson A W; Heckroodt R OAn infra-red study of the modification of water adsorption on kaolin in the presence of adsorbed polyacrylamide.409-412. Abstract
Brynard H JFission-track studies of uranium distribution in geological samples.413-417. Abstract
Watterson J I W; Mngadi T J; Sellschop J P FInstrumental neutron-activation analysis of zircons from the upper Witwatersrand System.419-424. Abstract
Smyth C PMineralogical correction factors applied to x-ray fluorescence analysis of manganese ore in powder brickette form.425-434. Abstract
De Villiers J P R; Ormrod G T W; Cole A EOn-stream analysis, by X-ray diffraction, of apatite-containing slurries.435-442. Abstract
King R PStereological methods for the prediction and measurement of mineral liberation.443-447. Abstract
Oosthuyzen E JThe application of automatic image analysis to mineralogy and extractive metallurgy.449-464. Abstract
Bentz ECombined morphological and reflectivity measurements for the description of mineral resources using image analysis.465-467. Abstract
Barbery G; Bloise R; Gateau C; Reinhart CMineral liberation measurements and their interpretation.469-473. Abstract
Jones M PThe characterisation of ores and mineral products by automatic image analysis of mineralogical features.475-478. Abstract
Hiemstra S AThe iridescent coating of polished sections, and its application to ore microscopy and image analysis.479-483. Abstract
Lombaard T; Hiemstra S ADevelopment of an apparatus for the magnetohydrostatic separation of minerals.485-489. Abstract
Zimmels Y; Lin I JAdvances in magnetic separation techniques for mineralogical studies.491-498. Abstract
Viljoen E A; Johnson J AMicrobeam techniques in applied mineralogy.499-506. Abstract
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No. 8. The Limpopo Belt. A contribution to the National Geodynamics Programme.
W J Biljon & J H Legg, eds. 1983. ISBN 0 620 06586 9.
Nicolaysen L OPreface. The Limpopo Belt - a contribution to the National Geodynamics Programme.p vii. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr)Introduction to Limpopo Belt.1-3. Abstract
Watkeys M KBrief explanatory notes on the provisional geological map of the Limpopo Belt and environs.5-8. Abstract
Barton J M; Ryan B; Fripp R E PRb-Sr and U-Th-Pb isotopic studies of the Sand River Gneisses, Central Zone, Limpopo Mobile Belt.9-18. Abstract
Barton J M; Key R MRb-Sr ages and geological setting of certain rock units from the central zone of the Limpopo Mobile Belt, near Zanzibar, eastern Botswana.19-25. Abstract
Barton J M; Fripp R E P; Horrocks P CRb-Sr ages and chemical composition of some deformed Archaean mafic dykes, Central Zone, Limpopo Mobile Belt, southern Africa.27-37. Abstract
Barton J MPb-isotopic evidence for the age of the Messina Layered Intrusion, Central Zone, Limpopo Mobile Belt.39-41. Abstract
Barton J MPb-isotopic studies of banded iron-formation, Central Zone, Limpopo Mobile Belt.43-44. Abstract
Barton J M; McCourt SRb-Sr age for the Palala Granite, Limpopo Mobile Belt.45-46. Abstract
Ryan B D; Kramers J D; Stacey J S; Delevaux M; Barton J M (Jr); Fripp R E PStrontium and lead isotopic studies and K/Rb ratio measurements relating to the origin and emplacement of the copper deposits near Messina, South Africa.47-53. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr); Du Toit M C; Van Reenen D D; Ryan BGeochronologic studies in the Southern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo Mobile Belt, southern Africa.55-64. Abstract
Watkeys M K; Light M P R; Broderick T JA retrospective view of the Central Zone of the Limpopo Belt, Zimbabwe65-80. Abstract
Horrocks P CThe Precambrian geology of an area between Messina and Tshipise, Limpopo Mobile Belt.81-88. Abstract
Fripp R E PThe Precambrian geology of the area around the Sand River near Messina, Central Zone, Limpopo Mobile Belt.89-102. Abstract
Brandl GGeology and geochemistry of various supracrustal rocks of the Beit Bridge Complex east of Messina.103-112. Abstract
McCourt SArchaean lithologies of the Koedoesrand area, north-west Transvaal, South Africa.113-119. Abstract
Du Toit M C; Van Reenen D D; Roering CSome aspects of the geology, structure and metamorphism of the Southern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo Metamorphic Complex.121-142. Abstract
Van Reenen D DCordierite + garnet + hypersthene + biotite-bearing assemblages as a function of changing metamorphic conditions in the Southern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo Metamorphic Complex, South Africa.143-167. Abstract
Key R M; Ermanovics I F; Skinner A CThe evolution of the southern margin of the Limpopo Mobile Belt in Botswana.169-174. Abstract
Coward M PSome thoughts on the tectonics of the Limpopo Belt.175-180. Abstract
Barker O BA proposed geotectonic model for the Soutpansberg Group within the Limpopo Mobile Belt, South Africa.181-190. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr)Our understanding of the Limpopo Belt - a summary with proposals for future research.191-203. Abstract
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No. 9. Contributions to the geology of the Barberton Mountain Land. National Geodynamics Programme, Barberton Project.
C.R. Anhaeusser, ed. 1983. ISBN 0 620 06587 7
Nicolaysen L OPreface. Contributions to the geology of the Barberton Mountain Land.p vii. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RIntroduction. Contributions to the geology of the Barberton Mountain Land.xi-xiv. Abstract
Viljoen M J; Viljoen R P; Smith H S; Erlank A JGeological, textural and geochemical features of komatiitic flows from the Komati Formation.1-20. Abstract
De Wit M J; Fripp R E P; Stanistreet I GTectonic and stratigraphic implications of new field observations along the southern part of the Barberton Greenstone Belt21-29. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RThe geology of the Schapenburg greenstone remnant and surrounding Archaean granitic terrane south of Badplaas, Eastern Transvaal.31-44. Abstract
Jackson M P A; Robertson D IRegional implications of early-Precambrian strains in the Onverwacht Group adjacent to the Lochiel Granite, north-west Swaziland45-62. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr); Robb L J; Anhaeusser C R; Van Nierop D AGeochronologic and Sr-isotopic studies of certain units in the Barberton granite-greenstone terrane, South Africa.63-72. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr)Isotopic constraints on possible tectonic models for crustal evolution in the Barberton granite-greenstone terrane, southern Africa73-79. Abstract
Robb L JThe nature, origin and significance of Archaean migmatites in the Barberton Mountain Land: A new approach in the assessment of early crustal evolution.81-101. Abstract
Robb L J; Anhaeusser C RChemical and petrogenetic characteristics of Archaean tonalite-trondhjemite gneiss plutons in the Barberton Mountain Land.103-116. Abstract
Robb L J; Anhaeusser C R; Van Nierop D AThe recognition of the Nelspruit Batholith north of the Barberton Greenstone Belt and its significance in terms of Archaean crustal evolution.117-130. Abstract
Anhaeusser C R; Robb L JGeological and geochemical characteristics of the Heerenveen and Mpuluzi batholiths south of the Barberton greenstone belt and preliminary thoughts on their petrogenesis.131-151. Abstract
Robb L JGeological and chemical characteristics of late granite plutons in the Barberton region and Swaziland with an emphasis on the Dalmein Pluton - A review.153-167. Abstract
Anhaeusser C R; Robb L J; Barton J M (Jr)Mineralogy, petrology and origin of the Boesmanskop Syeno-granite Complex, Barberton Mountain Land, South Africa.169-183. Abstract
De Wit M JNotes on a preliminary 1:25 000 geological map of the Southern Part of the Barberton Greenstone Belt185-187, map. Abstract
Anhaeusser C R; Robb L JChemical analyses of granitoid rocks from the Barberton Mountain Land.189-219. Abstract
Anhaeusser C R; Robb L J; Viljoen M JNotes on the provisional geological map of the Barberton Greenstone Belt and surrounding granitic terrane, Eastern Transvaal and Swaziland (1:25 000 colour map)221-223, map. Abstract
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No. 10. The Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex. 1983. ISBN 0 620 06641 5.
Blignault H J; Marais J A H; Van Der Merwe S W; Van Aswegen G; Muller J AThe Namaqualand Geotraverse (map)map. Abstract
Blignault H J; Van Aswegen G; Van Der Merwe S W; Colliston W PThe Namaqualand Geotraverse and environs: part of the Proterozoic Namaqua Mobile Belt.1-29. Abstract
Van Aswegen GThe Gladkop Suite - the grey and pink gneisses of Steinkopf.31-44. Abstract
Barton E SReconnaissance isotopic investigations in the Namaqua Mobile Belt and implications for Proterozoic crustal evolution - Namaqua Geotraverse.45-66. Abstract
Reid D L; Barton E SGeochemical characterization of granitoids in the Namaqualand geotraverse.67-82. Abstract
Holland J G; Marais J A HThe significance of the geochemical signature of the Proterozoic gneisses of the Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex with special reference to the Okiep Copper District83-89. Abstract
De Beer J H; Meyer RGeoelectrical and gravitational characteristics of the Namaqua-Natal mobile belt and its boundaries.91-100. Abstract
Colliston W PStratigraphic and depositional aspects of the Proterozoic metasediments of the Aggeneys Subgroup at Pella and Dabenoris101-110. Abstract
Ritter UThe mid-Proterozoic magmatic and tectono-thermal evolution of the Richtersveld.111-122. Abstract
Kröner A; Barton E S; Burger A J; Allsopp H L; Bertrand J MThe ages of the Goodhouse Granite and grey gneisses from the Marginal Zone of the Richtersveld Province and their bearing on the timing of tectonic events in the Namaqua Mobile Belt.123-129. Abstract
Smit G J; Muller J AA statistical study of aeromagnetic anomaly trends and aeromagnetic lineaments in and around the Okiep Copper District, Namaqualand.131-137. Abstract
Muller J A; Smit G JA geophysical study along a profile from Garies to Vioolsdrif across the Okiep Copper District.139-146. Abstract
Stowe C WThe Upington Geotraverse and its implications for craton margin tectonics.147-171. Abstract
Barton E S; Burger A JReconnaissance isotopic investigations in the Namaqua Mobile Belt and implications for Proterozoic crustal evolution - Upington Geotraverse.173-191. Abstract
Van Bever Donker J MThe Neusspruit Lineament, Upington Geotraverse, possible boundary between the Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex and the Namaqua Front.193-198. Abstract
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No. 11. Evolution of the Damara Orogen of South West Africa/Namibia. National Geodynamics Programme. 1983. R. McG. Miller, ed. ISBN 0 620 06592 3.
Nicolaysen L OPreface. Evolution of the Damara Orogen of South West Africa/Namibia.p vii. Abstract
Miller R McGIntroduction. Evolution of the Damara Orogen of South West Africa/Namibia.xi-xiii. Abstract
Behr H J; Ahrendt H; Porada H; Röhrs J; Weber KUpper Proterozoic playa and sabkha deposits in the Damara Orogen, SWA/Namibia.1-20. Abstract
Porada H; Wittig RTurbidites and their significance for the geosynclinal evolution of the Damara Orogen, South West Africa/Namibia.21-36. Abstract
Downing K NThe stratigraphy and palaeoenvironment of the Damara Sequence in the Okahandja Lineament area.37-41. Abstract
Hoffmann K HLithostratigraphy and facies of the Swakop Group of the southern Damara Belt, SWA/Namibia.43-63. Abstract
Miller R McG; Freyer E E; Hälbich I WA turbidite succession equivalent to the entire Swakop Group.65-71. Abstract
Miller R McG; Barnes S-J; Balkwill GPossible active margin deposits within the southern Damara Orogen: The Kuiseb Formation between Okahandja and Windhoek.73-88. Abstract
Germs G J BImplications of a sedimentary facies and depositional environmental analysis of the Nama Group in South West Africa/Namibia.89-114. Abstract
Miller R McGTectonic implications of the contrasting geochemistry of Damaran mafic volcanic rocks, South West Africa/Namibia.115-138. Abstract
Schmidt A; Wedepohl K HChemical composition and genetic relations of the Matchless amphibolite (Damara Orogenic Belt).139-145. Abstract
Barnes S-JPan-African serpentinites in central South West Africa/Namibia and the chemical classification of serpentinites.147-155. Abstract
Jacob R E; Snowden P A; Bunting F J LGeology and structural development of the Tumas Basement Dome and its cover rocks.157-172. Abstract
Freyer E E; Hälbich I WA note on the Ogden Rocks Formation: A protomylonite belt in the Damara Orogen.173-174. Abstract
Kasch K WFolding and thrust tectonics in the south-eastern portion of the Damara Orogen around Omitara, Namibia.175-184. Abstract
Behr H J; Ahrendt H; Porada H; Weber KThe Sole Dolomite at the base of the Naukluft Nappe Complex.185-197. Abstract
Martin H; Porada H; Wittig RWhere lies the root zone of the Naukluft Nappe Complex?199-207. Abstract
Sawyer E WStructures in the contact strain aureole of the Donkerhuk Granite, Gross Barmen area, South West Africa/Namibia.209-217. Abstract
Puhan DTemperature and pressure of metamorphism in the central Damara Orogen.219-223. Abstract
Haack U; Gohn E; Hartmann ORadiogenic heat generation in Damaran rocks.225-231. Abstract
Hartmann O; Hoffer E; Haack URegional metamorphism in the Damara Orogen: Interaction of crustal motion and heat transfer.233-241. Abstract
Kasch K WRegional P-T variations in the Damara Orogen with particular reference to early high-pressure metamorphism along the southern margin.243-253. Abstract
Kasch K WTectonothermal evolution of the southern Damara Orogen.255-265. Abstract
Miller R McG; Burger A JU-Pb zircon age of the early Damaran Naauwpoort Formation.267-272. Abstract
Miller R McG; Burger A JU-Pb zircon ages of members of the Salem granitic suite along the northern edge of the central Damaran granite belt.273-280. Abstract
Allsopp H L; Barton E S; Kröner A; Welke H J; Burger A JEmplacement versus inherited isotopic age patterns: A Rb-Sr and U-Pb study of Salem-type granites in the central Damara Belt.281-287. Abstract
Marlow A GGeology and Rb-Sr geochronology of mineralised and radioactive granites and alaskites, Namibia.289-298. Abstract
Ahrendt H; Behr H J; Clauer N; Porada H; Weber KK-Ar age determinations from the northern Damara branch and their implications for the structural and metamorphic evolution of the Damara Orogen, South West Africa/Namibia.299-306. Abstract
Weber K; Ahrendt H; Hunziker J CGeodynamic aspects of structural and radiometric investigations on the northern and southern margins of the Damara Orogen, South West Africa/Namibia.307-319. Abstract
Welke H J; Allsopp H L; Hughes M JLead isotopic studies relating to the genesis of the base-metal deposits in the Owambo Basin, Namibia.p 321 Abstract
Hawkesworth C J; Gledhill A R; Roddick J C; Miller R McG; Kröner ARb-Sr and 40Ar-39Ar studies bearing on models for the thermal evolution of the Damara Belt, Namibia.323-338. Abstract
Corner BAn interpretation of the aeromagnetic data covering the western portion of the Damara Orogen in South West Africa/Namibia.339-354. Abstract
Green R W ESeismic refraction observations in the Damara Orogen and flanking craton and their bearing on deep seated processes in the Orogen.355-367. Abstract
Van Zijl J S V; De Beer J HElectrical structure of the Damara Orogen and its tectonic significance.369-379. Abstract
Killick A MSulphide mineralization at Gorob and its genetic relationship to the Matchless Member, Damara Sequence, SWA/Namibia.381-384. Abstract
Miller R McGEconomic implications of plate tectonic models of the Damara Orogen.385-395. Abstract
Hawkesworth C J; Marlow A GIsotope evolution of the Damara Orogenic Belt.397-407. Abstract
Coward M PThe tectonic history of the Damaran Belt.409-421. Abstract
Kasch K WContinental collision, suture progradation and thermal relaxation: A plate tectonic model for the Damara Orogen in central Namibia.423-429. Abstract
Miller R McGThe Pan-African Damara Orogen of South West Africa/Namibia.431-515. Abstract
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No. 12. Geodynamics of the Cape Fold Belt. Söhnge, A.P.G. & Hälbich, I W., eds. 1983. ISBN 0 620 06649 0.
Söhnge A P GThe Cape Fold Belt - perspective1-6. Abstract
Gresse P GThe basement - lithostratigraphy and structure of the Kaaimans Group.7-19. Abstract
Krynauw J RGranite intrusion and metamorphism in the Kaaimans Group.21-32. Abstract
Le Roux J P; Gresse P GThe sedimentary-tectonic realm of the Kango Group33-45, 13 figs. Abstract
Le Roux J PStructural evolution of the Kango Group.47-56. Abstract
De Beer J HGeophysical studies in the southern Cape Province and models of the lithosphere in the Cape Fold Belt57-64. Abstract
Le Roux D MGeological structure in the Little Karoo about 21°E longitude65-74. Abstract
Hälbich I W; Swart JStructural zoning and dynamic history of the cover rocks of the Cape Fold Belt.75-100. Abstract
Coetzee D SThe deformation style between Meirings Poort and Beaufort West.101-113. Abstract
Hälbich I WDisharmonic folding, detachment and thrusting in the Cape Fold Belt.115-123. Abstract
Hälbich I WIntra-formational folding in the Cape Fold Belt.125-130. Abstract
Hälbich I W; Cornell D HMetamorphic history of the Cape Fold Belt.131-148. Abstract
Hälbich I W; Fitch F J; Miller J ADating the Cape Orogeny.149-164. Abstract
Hälbich I WA tectogenesis of the Cape Fold Belt (CFB)165-175. Abstract
Hälbich I WA geodynamic model for the Cape Fold Belt.177-184. Abstract
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No. 13. Petrogenesis of the volcanic rocks of the Karoo province. A.J. Erlank, ed. 1984. ISBN 0 620 06650 4.
Eales H V; Marsh J S; Cox K GThe Karoo igneous province: An introduction1-26. Abstract
Marsh J S; Eales H VThe chemistry and petrogenesis of igneous rocks of the Karoo central area, Southern Africa27-67. Abstract
Bristow J W; Cox K GVolcanic rocks of the Lebombo-Nuanetsi-Sabi zone: Classification and nomenclature69-75. Abstract
Armstrong R A; Bristow J W; Cox K GThe Rooi Rand dyke swarm, southern Lebombo77-86. Abstract
Bristow J WNephelinites of the north Lebombo and south-east Zimbabwe87-104. Abstract
Bristow J WPicritic rocks of the north Lebombo and south-east Zimbabwe.105-123. Abstract
Cox K G; Bristow J WThe Sabie River Basalt Formation of the Lebombo monocline and south-east Zimbabwe.125-147. Abstract
Cox K G; Duncan A R; Bristow J W; Taylor S R; Erlank A JPetrogenesis of the basic rocks of the Lebombo.149-169. Abstract
Cleverly R W; Betton P J; Bristow J WGeochemistry and petrogenesis of the Lebombo rhyolites.171-194. Abstract
Erlank A J; Marsh J S; Duncan A R; Miller R McG; Hawkesworth C J; Betton P J; Rex D CGeochemistry and petrogenesis of the Etendeka volcanic rocks from SWA/Namibia195-245. Abstract
Fitch F J; Miller J ADating Karoo igneous rocks by the conventional K-Sr and 40Ar/39Ar age spectrum methods.247-266. Abstract
Allsopp H L; Roddick J CRb-Sr and 40Ar-39Ar age determinations on phlogopite micas from the pre-Lebombo Group Dokolwayo kimberlite pipe.267-271. Abstract
Allsopp H L; Manton W I; Bristow J W; Erlank A JRb-Sr geochronology of Karoo felsic volcanics.273-280. Abstract
Allsopp H L; Bristow J W; Logan C T; Eales H V; Erlank A JRb-Sr geochronology of three Karoo-related intrusive complexes.281-287. Abstract
Richardson S HSr, Nd and O isotope variation in an extensive Karoo dolerite sheet, southern Namibia289-293. Abstract
Bristow J W; Allsopp H L; Erlank A J; Marsh J S; Armstrong R AStrontium isotope characterisation of Karoo volcanic rocks.295-329. Abstract
Betton P J; Armstrong R A; Manton W IVariations in the lead isotopic composition of Karoo magmas.331-339. Abstract
Hawkesworth C J; Marsh J S; Duncan A R; Erlank A J; Norry M JThe role of continental lithosphere in the generation of the Karoo volcanic rocks: evidence from combined Nd- and Sr-isotope studies341-354. Abstract
Duncan A R; Erlank A J; Marsh J SRegional geochemistry of the Karoo igneous province355-388. Abstract
Duncan A.R., Erlank A.J., Betton P.J.Appendix 1: Analytical techniques and database descriptions.389-395. Abstract

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Witwatersrand Gold - 100 Years: A review of the discovery and development of the Witwatersrand Goldfields as seen from the geological viewpoint., by Antrobus E S A., 1986. ISBN 0 620 09662 4.
Antrobus E S APreamble1-6Abstract
Werdmüller V WThe Central Rand.7-47, 4 A3 pl. Abstract
Lednor MThe West Rand Goldfield.49-109 Abstract
De Jager F S JThe East Rand Goldfield and the South Rand Goldfield.111-171 Abstract
Chapman K M; Tucker R F; Kidger R JThe Klerksdorp Goldfield.173-197 Abstract
Engelbrecht C JThe West Wits Line.199-223, 1 A3 map. Abstract
Greathead C; Graadt Van Roggen J FThe Orange Free State Goldfield.225-280, 1 A3 fig. Abstract
Leeb-Du Toit AThe Evander Goldfield.281-298 Abstract


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Proceedings and papers of the 2nd Gondwana Symposium, CapeTown & Johannesburg, South Africa 1970.
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Amos A J; Rocha-Campos A CA review of South American Gondwana geology 1967-1969.1-13. Abstract
Adie R JReview of Antarctica Gondwana geology.15-22. Abstract
Dickins J M; Roberts JProgress in Gondwana stratigraphy and palaeontology in Australia since 1967.23-28. Abstract
Ghosh P K; Mitra N DA review of recent progress in the studies of the Gondwanas of India.29-47. Abstract
Haughton S HThe Gondwana (Karroo) System in Southern Africa.49-54. Abstract
Creer K MReview and interpretation of palaeomagnetic data from the Gondwanic continents.55-72. Abstract
Bigarella J JContinental drift and paleocurrent analysis (A comparison between Africa and South America).73-97. Abstract
Frakes L A; Crowell J CGlaciation and associated circulation effects resulting from late Palaeozoic drift of Gondwanaland.99-109. Abstract
Romer A STetrapod vertebrates and Gondwanaland.111-124. Abstract
Teichert CMarine fossil invertebrate faunas of the Gondwana region.125-138. Abstract
Plumstead E PRecent progress and the future of palaeobotanical correlation in Gondwanaland.139-149. Abstract
Haughton S HGondwana and the geologist.151-155. Abstract
Bain G WPosition for the magnetic poles during the Karroo Period.157-167. Abstract
Valencio D AThe significance of the palaeomagnetic data from Mesozoic and Cenozoic rocks of South America.169-174. Abstract
De Loczy LGondwanaland problems in the light of recent paleogeographic and geotectonic recognitions.175-178. Abstract
Ahmad FMarine transgression in the Gondwana System of Peninsular India - a reappraisal.179-188. Abstract
Grabert HFacies and climate in the Devonian Gondwana beds of Brazil.189-192. Abstract
Halstead L BThe northern shore of Gondwanaland in Tunisia.193-194. Abstract
Theron J NA stratigraphical study of the Bokkeveld Group (Series).197-204. Abstract
Rossouw P JThe Witteberg-Dwyka contact in the Willowmore and Steytlerville districts.205-208. Abstract
Stratten TSub-Karoo geology of the Karoo Basin in South Africa.209-211. Abstract
Ghosh P K; Mitra N DSedimentary framework of glacial and periglacial deposits of the Talchir Formation of India.213-223. Abstract
Martin H; Wilczewski NPalaeoecology, conditions of deposition and the palaeogeography of the marine Dwyka beds of South-West Africa.225-232. Abstract
Hodgson F D IThe geology of the Karroo System in the southern Kaokoveld, South-West Africa.233-240. Abstract
Azcuy C L; Morelli J RThe Paganzo Basin. Tectonic and sedimentary characteristics of the Gondwana sequences in north-western Argentina.241-247. Abstract
Barrett P JStratigraphy and paleogeography of the Beacon Supergroup in the Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica.249-256. Abstract
Harrington H JRecent advances in the study of the Beacon Supergroup in the Transantarctic Mountains.257-264. Abstract
Elliott D H; Collinson J W; Powell J SStratigraphic setting of the Triassic vertebrates of Antarctica.265-271. Abstract
Wopfner HPermian paleogeography and depositional environment of the Arckaringa Basin, South Australia.273-291. Abstract
Balasundaram M S; Ghosh P K; Dutta P KPanchet sedimentation and origin of red beds.293-301. Abstract
Kutty T S; Roy-Chowdhury TThe Gondwana sequence of the Pranhita-Godavari Valley, India, and its vertebrate faunas.303-308. Abstract
Kitching J WA short review of the Beaufort zoning in South Africa.309-312. Abstract
Turner B RFacies analysis of the Molteno sedimentary cycle.313-320. Abstract
Beukes N JStratigraphy and sedimentology of the Cave Sandstone Stage, Karoo System.321-341. Abstract
Ellenberger PLes niveaux paleontologiques de première apparition des mammifères primordiaux en Afrique du Sud et leur ichnologie. Establissement de zones stratigraphiques detaillées dans le Stormberg du Lesotho (Afrique du Sud) (Trias Superieur à Jurassique).343-370. Abstract
Micholet J; Molinas E; Penet BLe Système du Karroo du Gabon.371-380. Abstract
Waterhouse J BCorrelation of marine Permian faunas for Gondwana.381-394. Abstract
Winter H De La R; Venter J JLithostratigraphic correlation of recent deep boreholes in the Karoo-Cape sequence.395-408. Abstract
Denman P; Money N JStratigraphy and sedimentology of the Sinakumbe Formation and Siankondobo Sandstone Formation in the Gwembe region, mid-Zambezi Valley.409-420. Abstract
Elliot D HMesozoic volcanic rocks of the Beardmore Glacier area, Antarctica.421-431. Abstract
McCarthy M.JAn occurrence of pillow lava in a basal flow of the Drakensberg Volcanic Stage, Ndedema Valley, Natal.433-439. Abstract
Stratten TLate Karroo igneous rocks of the southern Lebombo Mountain Range.441-445. Abstract
Cortelezzi C R; Rodriquez A M IThe problem of diagenesis and metamorphism in the Bokkeveld Group of South Africa and Southern Hills of Buenos Aires Province (Rep. Argentina).447-450. Abstract
Van Biljon W J; Bensch J JThe "crystallinity" of illite as a measure of contact metamorphism in mudstone of the Karoo System, South Africa.451-454. Abstract
Fuller A OThe occurrence of laumontite in strata of the Karoo System, South Africa.455-456. Abstract
Rodrigues BTectonic alignments related with alkaline intrusions in Angola and Brazil.457-460. Abstract
Smith D A MThe distribution of coal quality in the Witbank and Highveld coalfields of South Africa.461-468. Abstract
Crowell J C; Frakes L AAncient Gondwana glaciations.469-476. Abstract
Lindsay J FThe nature of the Palaeozoic glaciation in Antarctica.477-481. Abstract
Stratten TTectonic framework of sedimentation during the Dwyka period in South Africa.483-490. Abstract
Matthews P EPaleorelief and the Dwyka glaciation in the eastern region of South Africa.491-499. Abstract
Chappell J; Humphreys MGlacial sedimentation in the Lower Karroo, Mid-Zambezi Valley, Rhodesia.501-509. Abstract
Segroves K LThe sequence of palynological assemblages in the Permian of the Perth Basin, Western Australia.511-529. Abstract
Bharadwaj D CPalynological subdivisions of the Gondwana sequence in India.531-536. Abstract
Rakotoarivelo MPalynostratigraphic review of the coal basin of the Sakoa - Sakamena (Madagascar).537-540. Abstract
Hart G FComputerized stratigraphic and taxonomic palynology for Lower Karroo miospores.541-542. Abstract
Volkheimer WJurassic microfloras and palaeoclimates in Argentine.543-549. Abstract
Meyen S VOn the origin and relationship of the main Carboniferous and Permian floras and their bearing on general palaeogeography of this period of time.551-555. Abstract
Sarkar S SOn the correlation of the Gangamopteris flora of India and Australia.557-560. Abstract
Banerjee M; Ghosh A KFurther studies on the genus Glossopteris Sternb. and its stratigraphic significance.561-570. Abstract
Rigby J FThe distribution of Lower Gondwana plants in the Paraná Basin of Brazil.575-584. Abstract
Melville RLinks between the Glossopteridae and the Angiosperms.585-588. Abstract
Tasch PAntarctic and other Gondwana conchostracans and insects: New data; significance for drift theory.589-592. Abstract
Riek E POrigin of the Australian insect fauna.593-598. Abstract
Wass R EThe Permian faunas of Eastern and Western Australia: A comparison.599-603. Abstract
Rocha-Campos A CUpper Palaeozoic bivalves and gastropods of Brazil and Argentina: A review.605-612. Abstract
Newell N D; Runnegar BEndemic Permian molluscan fauna in the Paraná Basin of South America.613-614. Abstract
Rossouw P JFreshwater mollusca in the Beaufort Series of Southern Africa.615-616. Abstract
Krommelbein KNon-Marine Cretaceous ostracods and their importance for the hypothesis of "Gondwanaland".617-619. Abstract
Martin H; Walliser O H; Wilczewski NA Goniatite from the glaciomarine Dwyka beds near Schlip, South-West Africa.621-625. Abstract
Savage N MA preliminary note on arthropod trace fossils from the Dwyka Series in Natal.627-635. Abstract
Anderson AAn analysis of supposed fish trails from interglacial sediments in the Dwyka Series, near Vryheid, Natal.637-647. Abstract
Chernin S; Cruickshank A R IA Capitosaurid amphibian from the Upper Luangwa Valley, Zambia.649-652. Abstract
Barry T HTerrestrial vertebrate fossils from Ecca defined beds in South Africa.653-657. Abstract
Colbert E HAntarctic Gondwana tetrapods.659-664. Abstract
Bonaparte J FAnnotated list of the South American tetrapods.665-682. Abstract
Cruickshank A R IEarly thecodont braincases.683-685. Abstract
Keyser A WSome ecological aspects of the Cistecephalus zone of the Beaufort Series of South Africa.687-689. Abstract

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AuthorTitleDateVol, pages
Exton HInaugural Address18961, 1-11
Draper DThe primary systems of South Africa with special reference to the conglomerate beds of the Witwatersrand18961, 12-50. Abstract
Wilson-Moore CThe economic importance of the Murchison Range18961, 51-75. Abstract
Atherstone W GKimberley and its diamonds18961, 76-89. Abstract
Draper DThe Dwyka Conglomerate18961, 90-112. Abstract
Kuntz JThe Rand Conglomerate; how they were formed18961, 113-128
Schenck AOn glacial phenomena in South Africa18961, 129-141. Abstract
Brown NThe succession of the rocks in the Pilgrims' Rest district18962, 3-4.
Draper DThe extension of the Main Reef westward of the farm Witpoortje18962, 5-32. Abstract
Sawyer A RNotes on extension of Main Reef westwards of Witpoortje18962, 33-36.
Carrick J TOn faulting along the Main Reef Line18962, 39-41. Abstract
Draper DOn the connection between the conglomerate beds of the Witwatersrand and these situated in the districts of Potchefstroom and Klerksdorp18962, 47-51. Abstract
Stonestreet G DNotes on the Black Reef at Natal Spruit18962, 53-55. Abstract
Carrick J T.Faulting along the Main Reef18962, 81-86.
Frames M EA few observations on the Potchefstroom and Klerksdorp districts18962, 87-90.
Garnier M JGold and diamonds in the Transvaal and the Cape18962, 91-103, 109-120. Abstract
Harger H SOrigin of diamonds18962, 124-127.
Kuntz JCriticism on Mr. Schmitz-Dumont's river-bed theory18962, 128-130.
Wilson-Moore CSome observations on the geology of the Sabie Valley18962, 131-149.
Frames MNotes on the coal fields of the Transvaal18962, 150-157. Abstract
Bawden F WA short description of the Klerksdorp Goldfields18973, 12-16. Abstract
A ramble through the geology of Southern Africa18973, 19-30. Abstract
Draper DA ramble through the geology of South Africa – Concluded "The denudation of the continent"18973, 35-42. Abstract
Oldham R DThe Indo African Continent18973, 42-44. Abstract
Draper DNotes on Vertebraria and Glossopteris18973, p. 48. Abstract
Heslop W TLater volcanic eruptions on the Witwatersrand18973, 49-52. Abstract
Review of the annual report of the State Mining Engineer18973, 53-59. Abstract
Prister APreliminary notes on glacial phenomena at Pretoria and on the Rand18973, 70-82. Abstract
Harger H SOccurrence of Red Sandstone in the Pretoria District18973, 107-109. Abstract
Molengraaff G A FDiamonds at Rietfontein18973, 122-127. Abstract
Draper DOn the coal deposits of South Africa18973, 128-141. Abstract
Andrews A JDiscovery of fossil beds at the Witkopje pan18973, p. 146. Abstract
Becker G FThe Rand conglomerates18973, 147-148. Abstract
Prister ACoal deposits in South Africa18973, p. 149. Abstract
Prister ANote on Dr. Molengraaff's paper on "Diamonds at Rietfontein"18973, p. 150. Abstract
Lyddeker RThe Tertiary connection of South America with South Africa18973, 151-153. Abstract
Draper DOn the diamond pipes of the South African Republic18984, p 5. Abstract
Draper DNotes on the Zuurbekom Basin as a source of water supply for Johannesburg18984, 11-15. Abstract
Prister ANotes on the origin and formation of the Witwatersrand auriferous deposits18984, 19-36. Abstract
Hampton J HOn the occurrence of tin18984, 37-40. Abstract
Williams Bawden FNotes on Professor Prister's paper on the Witwatersrand conglomerates18984, 43-45. Abstract
Kuntz JNotes on Professor Prister's paper on the Witwatersrand conglomerates18984, 47-51. Abstract
White FNotes on Professor Prister's paper on the Witwatersrand conglomerates18984, 53-57. Abstract
Exton HThe late Hon. Dr. Wm. Guybon Atherstone18984, 61-65.
Rupert Jones TThe late Hon. Dr. Wm. Guybon Atherstone No. 2 Reprint from Quarterly Journal Geological Society of London18984, 67-69.
Draper DCatalogue of the "Rupert Jones" collection of papers and manuscripts18984, 77-86. Abstract
An editor's error resulted in the journal skipping pages 87 to 100.
Molengraaff G A FThe glacial origin of the Dwyka conglomerate18984, 103-115, 2 figs. Abstract
Molengraaff G A FReport of the State Geologist of the South African Republic for the year 189718984, 119-147, 2 sections. Abstract
Prister ANotes on Dr. Molengraaff's paper entitled 'The glacial origin of the Dwyka Conglomerates'18984, 151-152. Abstract
Draper DNotes on Dr. Molengraaff's paper entitled 'The glacial origin of the Dwyka Conglomerates'18984, 153-156. Abstract
Draper DNotes on Mr. Dunn's paper 'On sub-Karoo coal'18984, 157-158. Abstract
Alison M SOn the origin and formation of pans18984, 159-161. Abstract
Prister ANotes on Mr. Alison's paper "On the origin and formation of pans'18984, 167-168. Abstract
Draper DMr. Draper on Mr. Alison's paper 'On the origin and formation of pans'18984, 169-170. Abstract
Green J DGlaciers in South Africa18984, 171-172. Abstract
Prister AA few observations on two pieces of sandstone found on the top of a hill near Orange Grove, Johannesburg18984, 173-174. Abstract
Bleloch WRand conglomerates18984, 175-181. Abstract
Draper DNotes by David Draper on Mr. Bleloch's paper, entitled "On Rand conglomerates," read at the January meeting of the Society18995, 3-15. Abstract
Prister AProf. Prister's remarks on Mr. Bleloch's paper, "The Rand conglomerates."18995, 19-23. Abstract
Simpson H CMr. H.C. Simpson's views on Mr. Bleloch's paper, "The Rand conglomerates."18995, 24-25. Abstract
Frames M EA few notes on Mr. Bleloch's theory "On the Rand Conglomerates."18995, 26-29. Abstract
Bleloch WRand conglomerates18995, 30-42. Abstract
Peirson J W; Draper DAnnual report on the Council18995, 43-44.
Sawyer A RRemarks on the anticlinal theory in connection with Rand deposits18995, 45-52. Abstract
Dunn E JNotes on the differences between the Stormberg and Vereeniging coal measures18995, 61-63. Abstract
Frames M ESub-Karroo coal18995, 63-65. Abstract
Molengraaff G A FAddress by vice-president, Dr. G.A.F. Molengraaff, delivered 17th November, 190218995, 69-75. Abstract
Bunkill H BGeology of Krugersdorp district18995, 75-77, 2 figs. Abstract
Molengraaff G A F; Peirson J WAddress by the president, Dr. G.A.F. Molengraaff, and the vice-president, J. Waldie Peirson, delivered at the Annual General Meeting, held February 23rd, 190318995, 77-80.
AnonymousSeventh annual report of the Council18995, 81-87.
Rathbone E PGeology of the De Kaap goldfields19036, 3-8. Abstract
Johnson J PNotes on sections at Shark River and the creek, Algoa Bay19036, 9-11. Abstract
Molengraaff G A FRemarks on Mr. Rathbone's paper on the geology of the De Kaap Goldfields19036, p. 15. Abstract
Corstorphine G SAge of the central South African coalfield19036, 16-19. Abstract
Molengraaff G A FRemarks on the Vredefort mountain-land19036, 20-26. Abstract
Hatch F H; Higgs SDiscussion on Dr. G.A.F. Molengraaff's paper, 'Remarks on the Vredefort Mountains'19036, 30-34. Abstract
Sawyer A R; Molengraaff G A FDiscussion on Dr. G.S. Corstorphine's paper, 'Note on the age of the central South African coalfield' and author's reply to discussion.19036, 34-46. Abstract
Sawyer A RRemarks on some granite masses of the Transvaal19036, 47-49. Abstract
Hatch F HA description of two geological sections taken through the Potchefstroom district19036, 50-51. Abstract
Heslop W TDiscussion on Dr. G.S. Corstorphine's paper 'Note on the age of the central South African coalfield'19036, 56-57. Abstract
Kuntz JDiscussion on Dr. F.H. Hatch's paper 'A description of two geological sections taken through the Potchefstroom district'19036, 58-59. Abstract
Johnson J POn the discovery of implement-bearing deposits in the neighbourhood of Johannesburg: their relative age, and bearing on the question of the antiquity of man in South Africa19036, 60-67. Abstract
Molengraaff G A FPreliminary note on a hitherto unrecognised formation underlying the Black Reef series19036, p. 68. Abstract
Hatch F HNote on an unusual basal development of the Black Reef series in the Orange River Colony19036, p. 69. Abstract
Sawyer A RThe origin of the slates occurring on the Rand and in other African goldfields19036, 70-73. Abstract
Kuntz JPseudomorphosis of quartz pebbles into calcite19036, p. 74. Abstract
Sawyer A RRemarks on the south-eastern extension of the Vredefort granite mass19036, 75-76. Abstract
Gascoyne RDiscussion on Dr. Corstorphine's paper 'Note on the age of the central South African coalfield'19036, 79-81. Abstract
Leslie T NThe fossil flora of Vereeniging19036, 82-88. Abstract
Molengraaff G A FNotes on our present knowledge of the occurrence of nepheline syenite and allied rocks in the Transvaal19036, 89-90. Abstract
Dorffel DThe Balmoral cobalt lodes19036, 93-94. Abstract
Hatch F HThe boulder beds of Ventersdorp, Transvaal19036, 95-97. Abstract
Corstorphine G SThe volcanic series underlying the Black Reef19036, 99-100. Abstract
Dorffel DThe Kromdraai Quartz Reef and its geological association.19036, 101-103. Abstract
Dorffel DNote on the geological position of the basement granite.19036, 104-105. Abstract
Kuntz JThe Main Reef horizon in the Klerksdorp district19036, 106-110. Abstract
Horwood C BContribution to the discussion on Mr. Dorffel's paper, 'Note on the geological position of the basement granite'19036, 114-115. Abstract
Bleloch WDiscussion on Mr. Kuntz's paper, 'The Main Reef Horizon in the Klerksdorp district'19036, 116-122. Abstract
Draper DDiscussion on Mr. Kuntz's paper, 'The Main Reef Horizon in the Klerksdorp district'19036, 123-125. Abstract
Zimmermann JDiscussion on Mr. Kuntz's paper 'The Main Reef Horizon in the Klerksdorp district'19036, p. 126. Abstract
Higgs SDiscussion on Mr. Kuntz's paper 'The Main Reef Horizon in the Klerksdorp district'19036, p. 127. Abstract
Wilkinson DDiscussion on Mr. Kuntz's paper 'The Main Reef Horizon in the Klerksdorp district'19036, 128-129. Abstract
Kuntz JMr. Kuntz's reply to the discussion. The Main Reef Horizon in the Klerksdorp district.19036, 130-132. Abstract
Hatch F HThe geology of the Marico district, Transvaal19047, 1-6. Abstract
Dorffel DThe relation of the Buffelsdoorn Series to the Lower Witwatersrand Beds in the Klerksdorp District.19047, 7-8. Abstract
Corstorphine G SThe geological relation of the old granite to the Witwatersrand series19047, 9-12. Abstract
Sawyer A RNotes on the Malmani Goldfield19047, 15-17. Abstract
Mellor E TOn some glaciated land surfaces occurring in the district between Pretoria and Balmoral, with notes on the extent and distribution of the glacial conglomerate in the same area19047, 18-26. Abstract
Marriott H FNotes on the chemical composition of the Hospital Hill shales19047, 27-29. Abstract
Jorissen EOn the occurrence of the dolomite and chert series in the north-eastern part of the Rustenburg district19047, 30-38. Abstract
Mellor E TThe Waterberg Sandstone Formation and its relation to other formations in the Transvaal19047, 39-50. Abstract
Holmes G GSome notes on the geology of the northern Transvaal19047, 51-56. Abstract
Hatch F HThe extension of the Witwatersrand beds eastwards under the Dolomite and the Ecca Series of the southern Transvaal19047, 57-69. Abstract
Kuntz JCopper ore in South-West Africa19047, 70-76. Abstract
Voit F WA contribution to the geology of German South-West Africa19047, 77-94. Abstract
Johnson J PStone implements from beneath and above the alluvium of the Taaibosch Spruit19047, 95-96. Abstract
Hatch F H; Corstorphine G SThe geology of the Bezuidenhout Valley and the district east of Johannesburg19047, 97-109. Abstract
Horwood C BThe Red Granite of Balmoral and its relation to the cobalt lodes19047, 110-114. Abstract
Molengraaff G A FThe Vredefort Mountain-land19047, 115-116. Abstract
Johnson J PNotes on a section through the Witwatersrand beds19047, 117-122. Abstract
Frames M ESome notes on the geology of the Amsterdam Valley and the surrounding neighbourhood19047, 123-129. Abstract
Holmes G GThe geology of a part of Bechuanaland west of Vryburg19047, 130-132. Abstract
Mellor E TOutliers of the Karroo System near the junction of the Elands and Olifants Rivers in the Transvaal19047, 133-135. Abstract
Luttman-Johnson HNotes on the geology of the Fortuna Valley, Heidelberg, Transvaal19047, 136-139. Abstract
Hatch F H; Corstorphine G SThe petrography of the Witwatersrand Conglomerates, with special reference to the origin of the gold19047, 140-145. Abstract
Johnson J PNote on the stone implements from Elandsfontein no. 119047, p. 146. Abstract
Hatch F HThe oldest sedimentary rocks of the Transvaal19047, 147-150. Abstract
Jorissen ENotes on some intrusive granites in the Transvaal, the Orange River Colony and in Swaziland19047, 151-160. Abstract
Holmes G GThe Geology of a Part of the Rustenburg District19058, 1-6. Abstract
Hall A L; Steart F AOn Folding and Faulting in the Pretoria Series and the Dolomite19058, 7-15. Abstract
Molengraaff G A FNote on the geology of a portion of the Klerksdorp district, with special reference to the development of the Lower Witwatersrand Beds and the Vaal River System19058, 16-25. Abstract
Hatch F H; Corstorphine G SThe Cullinan Diamond19058, 26-27. Abstract
Stephan M JNotes on the occurrence of oil in South Africa19058, 28-32. Abstract
Mellor E TThe sandstones of Buiskop and the Springbok Flats19058, 33-37. Abstract
Mellor E TEvidence of contemporaneous volcanic action in the lower portion of the Waterberg Formation19058, 38-41. Abstract
Merensky HThe gold deposits of the Murchison Range in the north-eastern Transvaal19058, 43-46. Abstract
Hall A LGeological Notes on the Bushveld Tin Fields and the Surrounding Area19058, 47-55. Abstract
Kynaston HOn Certain Rocks Associated with the Norites and Granites of the Central Transvaal19058, 56-62. Abstract
Molengraaff G A FNote on some rock specimens exhibited at the meeting of the Geological Society of South Africa in February, 190519058, 63-65. Abstract
Thorn-Gray INotes on the Geology of the Lydenburg Gold Fields19058, 66-81. Abstract
Mennell F PThe Banket Formation of Rhodesia19058, 82-87. Abstract
Schwarz E H LThe Transvaal System in Prieska, Cape Colony19058, 88-103. Abstract
Johnson J POn the Occurrence of Palaeolithic Implements in the Krugersdorp Valley19058, 104-105. Abstract
Voit F WPreliminary Notes on "Fundamental Gneiss Formation" in South Africa19058, 106-107. Abstract
Molengraaff G A FPreliminary Note on the Geology of the Pilandsberg and a Portion of the Rustenburg District19058, 108-109. Abstract
Harger H SThe Diamond Pipes and Fissures of South Africa19058, 110-134. Abstract
Johnson J PStone Implements from Bulawayo and the Victoria Falls19058, 135-137. Abstract
Johnson J PStone Implements from Vlakfontein (No. 155)19058, p. 138. Abstract
Johnson J PStone Implements from Waterval (No. 417)19058, 139-140. Abstract
Voit F WGneiss Formation on the Limpopo19058, 141-146. Abstract
Beck ROn the Relation between Ore Veins and Pegmatites19058, 147-150. Abstract
Henderson J MNew facts bearing on the extension of the Main Reef eastward19058, 151-157. Abstract
Ronaldson J HNotes on the Copper Deposits of Little Namaqualand19058, 158-166. Abstract
Holmes G GThe Pretoria Series in the Marico District19058, 167-174. Abstract
Rogers A WThe Campbell Rand and Griquatown Series in Hay19069, 1-9, 2 pl. Abstract
Hall A L; Humphrey W AThe Black Reef Series and the underlying formations in the neighbourhood of Kromdraai and Zwartkop, north of Krugersdorp19069, 10-15, 4 pl. Abstract
Anderson WOn the geology of the Bluff Bore, Durban, Natal19079, 111-116. Abstract
Johnson J PThe geology of the neighbourhood of the Roberts Victor diamond mine19079, 117-124. Abstract
Mellor E T; Leslie T NOn a fossil forest recently exposed in the bed of the Vaal River at Vereeniging19079, 125-128, 3 pl. Abstract
Johnson J PThe Main Reef horizon on the eastern edge of the Witpoortje break19069, 16-18, 1 pl. Abstract
Kynaston HThe geology of the neighbourhood of Komati Poort19069, 19-31, 2 pl. Abstract
Kynaston HNote on the work of the Geological Survey of the Transvaal19069, 32-33. Abstract
Young R B; Johnson J PGlacial phenomena in Griqualand West19069, 34-39, 3 pl. Abstract
Jorissen EStructural and stratigraphical notes on the Klerksdorp district, with special reference to the unconformity beneath the Elsburg Series19069, 40-52, 3 pl. Abstract
Johnson J P; Young R BThe relation of the ancient deposits of the Vaal River to the Palaeolithic Period of South Africa19069, 53-56. Abstract
Young R BThe calcareous rocks of Griqualand West19069, 57-66, 1 pl. Abstract
Gau W JGeological notes on a portion of the Bushveld in the neighbourhood of the junction of the Elands and Oliphants Rivers19069, 67-73. Abstract
Mellor E TThe origin of "wash-outs" in coal mines and their relation to other features of the Transvaal coal measures19069, 74-81, 1 pl. Abstract
Sandberg CTectonical remarks on the probable big Tygerberg inverted fold and on the relative position between the Witteberg Quartzites and the Dwyka and Ecca Series in the Prince Albert district of the Cape Colony19069, 82-89, 1 pl. Abstract
Holmes G GThe geology of the south-western Transvaal19069, 90-96, 2 pl. Abstract
Mellor E TThe position of the Transvaal Coal Measures in the Karroo Sequence19069, 97-110. Abstract
Hatch F HSuccession, thickness and geological history of South African formations. [Anniversary address by the President]19079, xxi-xxxiv. Abstract
Kynaston HDiscussion on Hall and Humphrey's paper on 'The Black Reef Series and the underlying formations in the neighbourhood of Kromdraai and Zwartkop, north of Krugersdorp19069, xxxix-xl. Abstract
Henderson J MPetrographical note on the Kimberley Slates in the Eastern Rand190710, 1-5. Abstract
Wagner P APetrological notes on rocks in the vicinity of Craighall190710, 6-9. Abstract
Beck RNote on the cobalt lodes of the Transvaal190710, 10-12.
Beck RNote on the gold-bearing rock of the Ayrshire Mine, Lomagundi, Rhodesia190710, 13-16
Young R BNotes on the auriferous conglomerates of the Witwatersrand190710, 17-30. Abstract
Kynaston HNote on the correlation of the Bushveld Sandstone Series and the overlying volcanic rocks190710, 31-35. Abstract
Mellor E TNote on the field relations of the Transvaal Cobalt Lodes.190710, 36-43.
Mellor E TThe geological structure of the Middelburg district, with special reference to the character, relationships and thickness of the Waterberg System190710, 44-50. Abstract
Kynaston HThe marginal phenomena and geological relations of the granite north of Johannesburg190710, 51-61. Abstract
Young R BThe alteration of the felspars in the felspathic quartzite underlying the Hospital Hill slates190710, 62-64. Abstract
Corstorphine G SThe occurrence in kimberlite of garnet-pyroxene nodules carrying diamonds190710, 65-68. Abstract
Voit F WKimberlite dykes and pipes190710, 69-74. Abstract
Voit F WThe origin of diamonds190710, 75-80. Abstract
Seward A COn a collection of Permo-Carboniferous plants from the St. Lucia (Somkele) coal-field, Zululand, and from the Newcastle district, Natal190710, 81-89. Abstract
Voit F WGneiss formation in Africa190710, 90-94. Abstract
Bonney T GOn the supposed kimberlite magma and eclogite concretions190710, 95-100.
Voit F WFurther remarks on the kimberlite rock and the origin of diamonds190710, 101-106. Abstract
Merensky HThe origin of river diamonds within the area of the Vaal190710, 107-111. Abstract
Johnson J PNote on lherzolite and eclogite boulders from the Roberts-Victor mine190710, 112-114. Abstract
Johnson J PThe tin, molybdenum and lead occurrences near Potgietersrust190710, 115-119. Abstract
Corstorphine GGeological aspects of South African scenery. [Anniversary address by the President]190810, xix-xxvii. Abstract
Hall A LOn contact metamorphism in the Pretoria Series of the Lydenburg and Zoutpansberg Districts (read 17th february, 1908)190811, 1-24. Abstract
Merensky HThe rocks belonging to the area of the Bushveld Granite Complex, in which tin may be expected, with descriptions of the deposits actually found.190811, 25-42. Abstract
Mennell F PNote on the Rhodesian Diamond Fields (Read 13th April, 1908)190811, 43-44. Abstract
Young R BNote on an occurrence of Ochre in the Potchefstroom District, Transvaal (Read 13th April, 1908)190811, 45-46. Abstract
Hall A LNote on contemporaneous igneous rocks in the Pretoria Series of the Lydenburg and Rustenburg Districts (read 13th april, 1908)190811, 47-54. Abstract
Corstorphine G S; Jorissen EThe Stratigraphy of Zwartkop (82) (Read 13th April, 1908)190811, 55-68. Abstract
Hall A L; Humphrey W AOn the occurrence of chromite deposits along the southern and eastern margins of the Bushveld Plutonic Complex (Read 18th May, 1908)190811, 69-77. Abstract
Draper DNotes on Zwartkop No. 82 (Read 20th July, 1908)190811, 78-82. Abstract
Recknagel ROn some mineral deposits in the Rooiberg District (read 20th July, 1908)190811, 83-106. Abstract
Schwarz E H LThe Alexandria Formation (Uppermost Cretaceous) on the south coast of Africa (Read 16th November, 1908)190811, 107-115. Abstract
Hall A LOn calcareous beds in the Pretoria Series, east of Potgietersrust, and their metamorphism (read 15th February, 1909)190912, 1-7. Abstract
Hall A LNote on the schistose structures near the junction of the Pretoria Series with the Bushveld Plutonic Complex (read 15th February, 1909)190912, 8-12. Abstract
Merensky HThe diamond deposits of Lüderitzland, German South-West Africa (Read 15th March, 1909)190912, 13-23. Abstract
Mcclalland Henderson JNote on some rocks in the volcanic series of the Karroo System in the Lebombo Mountains (read 15th March, 1909)190912, 24-31. Abstract
Hall A LThe geology of Mount Maré, near Pietersburg, and its connection with that of Moodies, near Barberton (read 19th April, 1909)190912, 32-53. Abstract
Anderson W; Stanley G HSome remarks on the intimate relations between archaeology and geology in South Africa; with a description of caves containing human and other mammalian remains on the farms Wonderfontein and Rooipoort, Potchefstroom District.190912, 54-66. Abstract
Weber MNotes on acid intrusives in the Witwatersrand System (read 17th May, 1909)190912, 67-77. Abstract
Von Dessauer ASome shales in and observations on, the dolomites of Pilgrims Rest (read 17th May, 1909)190912, 78-81. Abstract
Young R BFurther notes on the auriferous conglomerates of the Witwatersrand, with a discussion of the origin of the gold (read 21st June, 1909)190912, 82-101. Abstract
Wagner P ANotes on the tin deposits in the vicinity of Cape Town.190912, 102-111. Abstract
Schwarz E H LThe Pleistocene deposits of Port Elizabeth (Read 16th August, 1909)190912, 112-118. Abstract
Hall A LOn contact metamorphism in the Western Transvaal (read 16th August, 1909)190912, 119-138. Abstract
Harger H SThe occurrence of diamonds in Dwyka conglomerate and amygdaloidal lavas; and the origin of Vaal River diamonds.190912, 139-158. Abstract
Studt F ESome notes on the geology of the Katanga country and Copper Belt (read 18th October, 1909)190912, 159-167. Abstract
Recknagel ROn the origin of the South African tin deposits (read 22nd November, 1909)190912, 168-202. Abstract
Merensky HGeological observations in the Lace Diamond Mine, now known as Crown Diamond Mine (read 20th December, 1909)190912, 203-204. Abstract
Melvill E H VNote on the Roberts Victor Diamond Mine (read 20th December, 1909)190912, 205-212. Abstract
Kynaston HThe red granite of the Transvaal Bushveld and its relation to ore deposits. [Anniversary address by the President]191012, xxi-xxx. Abstract
Range PSketch of the geology of German Namaqualand191013, 1-9, 1 pl. Abstract
Hall A LNote on certain wide-spread ultra-acid rocks occurring along the margin of the Bushveld granite in western Secoecoeniland, etc.191013, 10-16. Abstract
Anderson WNotes on the general geology of a little known portion of the Waterberg district, between Nylstroon and the Limpopo River to the north-west191013, 17-25. Abstract
Johnson J PNote on a lacustrine deposit near Robinson, containing palaeolithic implements191013, 26-28. Abstract
Horwood C BNotes and analyses of typical Transvaal rocks191013, 29-55. Abstract
Wagner P AThe origin of the German South-West African diamonds191013, 56-60, 1 pl. Abstract
Krause CNotes on the German South-West African diamonds191013, 61-64. Abstract
Horwood C BThe mode of occurrence and genesis of the carbon in the Rand bankets191013, 65-92, 8 pl. Abstract
Rogers A WThe Kheis Series191013, 93-104, 2 pl. Abstract
Young R BThe replacement of quartz by carbon in Rand banket191013, 105-106. Abstract
Wagner P AThe geology of a portion of the Grootfontein district of German South-West Africa191013, 107-128, 3 pl. Abstract
Wade APetrological description of the granite of Balmoral, Transvaal, with notes on its position in the new scheme of classification of igneous rocks proposed by American authors191013, 129-139. Abstract
Schwarz E H LThe correlation of the Kheis Series191013, 140-146, 1 pl. Abstract
Mcclelland Henderson JReview of South African geological work. [Anniversary address by the President]191013, xxi-xxxiv. Abstract
Zealley A E VAmygdaloidal epidiorite, Bulawayo191114, 1-7. Abstract
Draper DThe Diamond-Bearing Deposits of Bagagem and Agua Suja in the State of Minas Geraes, Brazil191114, 8-19.
Leipoldt J G WNotes on the Steinkopf Beds in Namaqualand191114, 20-23.
Mellor E TSome Structural Features of the Witwatersrand System on the Central Rand, with a Note on the Rietfontein Series191114, 24-42.
Wagner P APetrographical Notes on the Kimberlite Occurrences in the Pretoria District191114, 43-63.
Harger H SNote on the Occurrence of Oriental Ruby in Kimberlite191114, 64-70.
Corstorphine G SNote on a Diamantiferous Garnet-Pyroxene Nodule from the Roberts Victor Mine, O.F.S.191114, 71-73.
Hall A L; Gardthausen CNote on some Remarkable Xenoliths of Altered Shale from the Norite of Potgietersrust and Mapoch's Country191114, 74-78.
Mellor E TThe Normal Section of the Lower Witwatersrand System on the Central Rand, and its connections with the West Rand Sections191114, 99-131.
Young R BThe problem of the Rand banket [Anniversary address by the President]191214, xxi-xxx. Abstract
Nellmapius, E.H.Note on the nature and origin of the Vredehoek tin deposits, Cape Town.191215, 1-3.
Hall A LThe Palabora Plutonic Complex of the Low Country and its Relationship to the Pegmatites of the Leydsdorp Mica Fields191215, 4-17.
Hall A LThe Crystalline Metamorphic Limestone of Lulukop and its Relationship to the Palabora Plutonic Complex191215, 18-25.
Wagner P AOn an Interesting Dyke Intrusion in the Upper Waterberg System191215, 26-30.
Rogers A WThe Nama System in the Cape Province191215, 31-50.
Baring Horwood CIridosmine from the New Rietfontein Mines: its Occurrence, Analysis, and Genesis191215, 51-62.
Range PTopography and Geology of the German South Kalahari. [Namibia}191215, 63-73.
McDonald D PNotes on a Specimen containing Bastnäsite and Wolframite from Welgevonden191215, 74-76.
Horwood C BNote on the Relationship between the Black Reef Formation and the Ventersdorp Diabase191215, 77-80.
Young R BNotes on the Pebbles of the Rand Banket191215, 81-87.
Draper DOn the Occurrence of Dwyka Conglomerate in the Klip River Valley191215, 88-89.
Draper DSome Sections on the Farm Zuurbekom191215, 90-92.
Krause H LA contribution to the structural geology of the East Rand191215, 93-99. Abstract
Humphrey W AThe Volcanic Rocks of the Pilandsberg191215, 100-106. Abstract
McDonald D PThe Occurrence of Sideroplesite and Ankerite in the Cassiterite Lodes at Rooiberg191215, 107-112. Abstract
Young R BNote on the Origin of the Iridosmine in the Banket191215, 113-114. Abstract
Schwarz E H LContribution to the Aqueo-Igneous Solution Theory of Rock Magmas191215, 115-123. Abstract
Wagner P AA Traverse through the Northern Portion of the Mazoe District of Southern Rhodesia, into Portuguese Territory191215, 124-139. Abstract
McDonald D PNote on a Composite Dyke in the Klipriversberg191215, 140-145. Abstract
Von Dessauer, A.Notes on the vertical and bedded veins of Pilgrim's Rest.191215, 146-154. Abstract
Wagner P ANegative Spheroidal Weathering and Jointing in a Granite of Southern Rhodesia191215, 155. Abstract
Mellor E TSome aspects of geological work in South Africa [Anniversary address by the President]191315, xxi-xxxiv. Abstract
Mellor E TStructural features of the Western Witwatersrand191316, 1-32. Abstract
Schwarz E H LThe Sea-Point Granite-Slate Contact191316, 33-38.
Young R BNote on Diamonds in the Banket191316, 39-40.
Schwarz E H LThe Bushman's River Cretaceous Rocks191316, 41-43.
Studt F EThe geology of Katanga and Northern Rhodesia: an outline of the geology of south central Africa. [Democratic republic of Congo, Zambia]191316, 44-106. Abstract
McDonald D PThe Cassiterite Deposits of Leeuwpoort (938); The Paragenesis of the Lode-Forming Minerals.191316, 107-141.
Hall A LNotes on the tin deposits of Embabaan and Forbes Reef in Swaziland191316, 142-146. Abstract
Shand S JThe terraces of Eerste River at Stellenbosch191316, 147-155. Abstract
McDonald D PNotes on a Form of Black Diamond from the Premier Mine191316, 156-161.
Draper DNotes on a Section from Barberton to the Komati River191316, 162.
Harger H SSome features associated with the denudation of the South African continent. [Anniversary address by the President]191416, xxii-xli, 5 pl. Abstract
Studt F ENotes on Some Prehistoric Stone Implements Found in Katanga191417, 1-2.
Schwarz E H LThe Granite Dykes of the 3,520 ft Level, Kimberley191417, 3-23.
Shand S JOn the Occurrence of the Brazilian Trilobite Pennaia in the Bokkeveld Beds191417, 24-28.
Wagner P ANote on Graphite-Coated Diamonds from the Premier Mine191417, 29-30.
Young R BMetasomatism in Banket191417, 31-38.
Wagner P AThe Geology of a Portion of the Belingwe District of Southern Rhodesia191417, 39-54.
Young R BNote on Pyritic Concretions in Karoo Sandstones191417, 55-56.
McDonald D PNote on the Red Felspar of the Bushveld Tin Deposits191417, 57-59.
Zealley A E VThe Geology of the Chromite Deposits of Selukwe, Rhodesia191417, 60-74. Abstract
Garrard J JThe Geology of the Swaziland Coalfield191417, 75-84.
Range PDiscussion on "The geology of Katanga and Northern Rhodesia; an outline of the geology of South Central Africa" by F.E. Studt191417, xl-xliii. Abstract
Hall A LThe Bushveld Complex as a metamorphic province. [Anniversary address by the President]191517, xxii-xxxvii. Abstract
Macgregor A MNotes on a graphic intergrowth of diopside and ilmenite from the Bembesi Diamond Field, Southern Rhodesia191518, 1-4, 1 pl. Abstract
Rogers A WNotes on the occurrence of radioactive minerals in South Africa191518, 5-10. Abstract
Mellor E TThe Upper Witwatersrand System191518, 11-56, 2 pl. Abstract
Mellor E TThe East Rand191518, 57-71, 2 pl. Abstract
Rogers A WThe geology of part of Namaqualand191518, 72-101, 7 pl. Abstract
Wagner P AThe Dwyka Series in South-West Africa191518, 102-117, 3 pl. Abstract
Anderson WOn the zinc and lead-ore deposits near Zeerust, Western Transvaal, South Africa191518, 118-128. Abstract
Anderson CDescription of a carbonaceous mineral occurring in the Witkop Mine, near Zeerust, Transvaal191518, 129-131, 1 pl. Abstract
McDonald D PThe study of ore-deposits in South Africa. [Anniversary address by the President]191618, xxi-xxxi. Abstract
Du Toit A LNotes on the Karroo System in the Southern Kalahari191619, 1-13.
Macgregor A MThe Karroo Rocks and Later Sediments North-West of Bulawayo191619, 14-32.
Schwarz E H LDiamonds from the Molteno Beds191619, 33-35.
Wagner P AAn Interesting Outlier of Karroo Rocks to the North of Olifantsfontein Station, on the Germiston-Pretoria Railway191619, 36-45.
Schwarz E H LNotes on the Geology of Natal191619, 46-53.
Wagner P AGraphite-bearing Xenoliths from the Jagersfontein Diamond Mines191619, 54-56.
Young R BThe alteration of the dolomite at the northern limeworks, near Potgietersrust.191619, 57-61.
Rogers A WThe nature of the copper deposits of Little Namaqualand. [Anniversary address by the President]191719, xxi-xxxv. Abstract
Hall A LThe Contact Belt of the Older Granite in the Barberton District and Northern Swaziland191720, 1-36.
Hall A LThe Dyke System of the De Kaap and Komati River191720, 37-47. Abstract
Wagner P AInteresting Migmatic Rocks from the Gordonia District, Cape Province191720, 48-50. Abstract
Hall A LNote on a Remarkable Occurrence of Chromium, Tourmaline and Rutile in the Barberton District191720, 51-52. Abstract
Wagner P ASome problems in South African geology. [Anniversary address by the President]191820, xix-xxxix. Abstract
Hall A LOn the Mode of Occurrence and Distribution of Asbestos in the Transvaal191821, 1-26. Abstract
Du Toit A LThe zones of the Karroo System and their distribution. Presidential adress to Geological Society of South Africa 1918.191821, 27-36. Abstract
Wagner P ACorundum of the Zoutpansberg Fields and its Matrix191821, 37-42. Abstract
Zealley A E VOn Certain Felsitic Rocks, hitherto called "Banded Ironstone," in the Ancient Schists around Gatooma, Rhodesia191821, 43-52. Abstract
Du Toit A LPlumasite (Corundum-Aplite) and Titaniferous Magnetite Rocks from Natal191821, 53-73. Abstract
Du Toit A LThe zones of the Karroo System and their distribution. [Anniversary address by the President]191921, xvii-xxxvi, 1 pl. Abstract
Haughton S HA Review of the Reptilian Fauna of the Karroo System of South Africa191922, 1-25. Abstract
Molyneux A J CThe Geology of the Country around Pasipas, near Bulawayo191922, 26-45. Abstract
Wybergh WThe Coastal Limestones of the Cape Province191922, 46-67. Abstract
Mennell F PGeology of the Sabi Valley, Mashonaland191922, 68-89. Abstract
Steart F ASome Notes on the Geology of the North-Western Portion of the Natal Coalfield191922, 90-111. Abstract
Dixey FPleistocene Movements in Sierra Leone191922, 112-117. Abstract
Schwarz E H LDiscussion on "A review of the reptilian fauna of the Karroo System of South Africa" by S.H. Haughton191922, xlvi-xlvii. Abstract
Maufe H BRecent advances in Rhodesian geology. [Anniversary address by the President]192022, xxi-xxxxvii. Abstract
Du Toit A LThe Karroo Dolerites of South Africa: A Study in Hypabyssal Injection192023, 1-42. Abstract
Draper DThe High Level Diamond-bearing Breccias of Diamantina, Brazil192023, 43-51. Abstract
Wagner P ANote on the Volcanic Origin of the Salt Pan on the Farm Zoutpan, No. 467192023, 52-58. Abstract
Wagner P AA New Occurrence of Vanadinite in the Marico District, Transvaal192023, 59-63. Abstract
Pirow HDistribution of the Pebbles in the Rand Banket and Other Features of the Rock192023, 64-97. Abstract
Young R BThe rocks of a portion of Portuguese East Africa. [Mozambique]192023, 98-113. Abstract
Gray C JA New Method of Using the Physical Characteristics of Minerals for Their Identification192023, 114-117. Abstract
Wagner P ANote on the Nature and Origin of the Crocodile River Iron Deposits192023, 118-132. Abstract
Jervis G JGeological survey and its claims; and a discussion on the origin of the Great Escarpment. [Anniversary address by the Chairman]192123, xix-xxxiii. Abstract
Harger H SThe Age of the South African Kimberlites and their Occurrence in Cretaceous Beds192124, 1-10. Abstract
Haughton S HA Note on Some Fossils from the Vaal River Gravels192124, 11-16. Abstract
Rogers A WThe geology of the neighbourhood of Heidelberg192124, 17-52. Abstract
Krige, A.V.The nature of the tin deposits near Kuils River, Stellenbosch District, and their relation to other occurrences in the neighbourhood.192124, 53-70. Abstract
Wagner P AOn Some Mineral Occurrences in the Namib Desert192124, 71-97. Abstract
Hall A LOn the Occurrence of Oil on Madrid No. 281, in the Bethlehem District of the Orange Free State192124, 98-110. Abstract
Shand S JThe Nepheline Rocks of Sekukuniland192124, 111-149. Abstract
Macgregor A MThe geology of a small area east of Bulawayo192124, 150-167. Abstract
Hall A LOn the Asbestos Occurrences near Kaapsche Hoop, in the Barberton District192124, 168-181. Abstract
Hall A LOn a New Occurrence of Stichtite from the Barberton District192124, 182-187. Abstract
Du Toit A LThe Carboniferous Glaciation of South Africa192124, 188-227. Abstract
Hall A LNote on the Rocks from Adriaans Kop, South of Pietersburg192124, 228-231. Abstract
Shand S JThe Igneous Complex of Leeuwfontein, Pretoria District192124, 232-249. Abstract
Leslie T NObservations on some fossil plants from the Permo-Carboniferous of Vereeniging. [Anniversary address by the President]192224, xix-xxxi, 1 pl. Abstract
Mellor E TRecent Additions to our Knowledge of the South African Coalfields192225, 1-22. Abstract
Beetz WThe Konkip Formation on the Borders of the Namib Desert North of Aus192225, 23-40. Abstract
Woods HNote on Pygocephalus from the Upper Dwyka Shales of Kimberley192225, 41-42. Abstract
Hall A LOn the marundites and allied corundum-bearing rocks in the Leydsdorp district of the Eastern Transvaal192225, 43-67. Abstract
Maufe H BThe Dwyka Tillite near Palapye, Bechuanaland Protectorate192225, 68-71. Abstract
Young R BSouth African Oolites and their Metamorphism192225, 72-78. Abstract
Young R BAn Occurrence of Lithomarge near Vereeniging, Transvaal192225, 79-80. Abstract
Shand S JThe Alkaline Rocks of the Franspoort Line, Pretoria District192225, 81-100. Abstract
Wagner P AA Remarkable Rock from the Pretoria Salt Pan192225, 101-106. Abstract
Shand S JThe problem of the alkaline rocks. [Anniversary address by the President]192325, xix-xxxii. Abstract
Chapman FOn some Foraminifera and Ostracoda from the Cretaceous of Umzamba River, Pondoland192326, 1-6. Abstract
Draper DAdditional evidence regarding the origin of the high level diamond-bearing breccias of Diamantina, Brazil192326, 7-12. Abstract
Wagner P AAn Olivine Rocks and Serpentines of the Bushveld Complex192326, 13-30. Abstract
Hall A LFurther Notes on the Asbestos Occurrences near Kaapsche Hoop, in the Barberton District192326, 31-49. Abstract
Krige L J; Pirow HTemperature Measurements in the Dubbeldevlei Borehole, Carnarvon District192326, 50-64. Abstract
Watermeyer G ANotes on the Survey of a Borehole, Dubbeldevlei, Carnarvon, C.P.192326, 65-68. Abstract
Hall A L; Du Toit A LOn the Section Across the Floor of the Bushveld Complex at the Hartebeestpoort Dam, West of Pretoria192326, 69-98. Abstract
Young R BExhalation of Carbon Dioxide in Alfred County, Natal192326, 99-102. Abstract
Teale E OThe geology of Portuguese East Africa between the Zambesi and Sabi Rivers192326, 103-129. Abstract
Gray C JThe utilitarian value of geological investigation, illustrated by the geology of South African coals. [Anniversary address by the President]192426, xix-xxxiii. Abstract
Beetz WOn a great trough-valley in the Namib.192427, 1-38. Abstract
Beetz WOn a great trough-valley in the Namib. Reply to discussion.192427, 38-39. Abstract
Hall A LOn "Jade" (Massive Garnet) from the Bushveld in the Western Transvaal192427, 39-55. Abstract
Hall A LNote on Oval Lumps of Nickel Sulphide in Asbestos from Kaapsche Hoop, in the Barberton District192427, 57-61. Abstract
Wagner P ANote on the geology of the area west of the confluence of the Elands and Olifants Rivers, in the central Transvaal192427, 63-70. Abstract
Rogers A WAn Occurrence of Diaspore in the Transvaal on Mooikopje, 58, Middelburg192427, 71-75. Abstract
Lawn J GReview of diamonds and gold in South Africa. [Anniversary address by the President]192527, xix-xxx. Abstract
Wagner P A; Mellor E TOn platinum-bearing hortonolite dunite of the Lydenburg District.192528, 1-17. Abstract
Haughton S H; Krige L J; Krige A VOn Intraformational Folding Connected with the Glacial Bed in the Table Mountain Sandstone192528, 19-25. Abstract
Haughton S HThe Tertiary deposits of the south-eastern districts of Cape Province.192528, 27-32. Abstract
Rogers A WNotes on the North-Eastern Part of the Zoutpansberg District192528, 33-53. Abstract
Beetz WOn a great trough-valley in the Namib. Reply to discussion.192528, 34-35. Abstract
Young R BThe Calcareous Tufa Deposits of the Campbell Rand, from Boetsap to Taungs Native Reserve192528, 55-67. Abstract
Van Der Lingen J S; Walker A R EOn a Heavy Mineral Concentrate from the Kuils River District, C.P., and the Occurrence of Xenotime therein192528, 69-72. Abstract
Van Der Lingen J S; Walker A R EXenotime: An Accessory Constituent of Certain Cape Province Granites192528, 73-77. Abstract
Rennie J V LNote on the Presence of a Folded Stratum in Connection with the Glacial Band on Table Mountain192528, 79-80. Abstract
Wagner P ANotes on the Platinum Deposits of the Bushveld Igneous Complex192528, 83-133. Abstract
Hall A LOn the Metamorphism of the Lower Witwatersrand System in the Vredefort Mountain Land192528, 135-176. Abstract
Holford W GNotes on the mineral productions of the Union and their relation both geographically and geologically. [Anniversary address by the President]192628, xix-xxx. Abstract
Maufe H BThe Calcareous tufa deposits of the Campbell Rand, from Boetsap to Taungs Native Reserve - Discussion192528, xliii-xlvi. Abstract
Hall A L; Nel L TOn an occurrence of corundum-sillimanite rock in the norite of the Bushveld Igneous Complex, west of Lydenburg192629, 1-16, 2 pl. Abstract
Hall A LThe manganese deposits near Postmasburg, west of Kimberley192629, 17-46, 8 pl. Abstract
Wagner P AOn a pseudo-conglomerate192629, 47-58, 3 pl. Abstract
Dixey FNotes on the Karroo Sequence north-west of Lake Nyasa192629, 59-68. Abstract
Haughton S HOn Karroo vertebrates from Nyasaland.192629, 69-83. Abstract
Rennie J V LOn a group of trachyte necks in the Auas Mountains near Windhoek, S.W.A.192629, 85-90, 2 pl. Abstract
Van Der Lingen J SA simple frictionless apparatus for determining the specific gravity of hand specimen192629, 91-94. Abstract
Wagner P AA new gold discovery in the Rustenburg district, Transvaal192629, 95-108. Abstract
Janisch E PThe occurrence of phosphates in the Zoutpansberg district of the northern Transvaal192629, 109-135, 1 pl. Abstract
Walton JAdditions to our knowledge of the fossil flora of the Somabula Beds, Southern Rhodesia192629, 137-140, 1 pl. Abstract
Wagner P ASupplementary note on a new gold discovery in the Rustenburg district, Transvaal192629, 141-143. Abstract
Wagner P ARecent discussion of the origin of the Bushveld platinum deposits192629, 145-147. Abstract
Haughton S HPalaeontology in South Africa. [Anniversary address by the President]1927 29, xx-xxxiv. Abstract
Lightfoot BNote on an Association of Gold and Tetradymite in S. Rhodesia1927 30, 1-4. Abstract
Kupferburger WThe Fluorspar, Lead and Zinc Deposits of the Western Transvaal1927 30, 5-56. Abstract
Draper DOn the Occurrence of Diamonds Associated with the Chert Beds of the Dolomite Series in the Districts of Ventersdorp and Lichtenburg192730, 57-68. Abstract
Hall A LOn the Talc Deposits near Kaapmuiden, in the Eastern Transvaal1927 30, 69-88. Abstract
Reinecke LThe Location of Payable Ore-Bodies in the Gold-Bearing Reefs of the Witwatersrand192730, 89-120. Abstract
Kaiser ESurface Geology in Arid Climates192730, 121-132. Abstract
Haughton S H; Frommurze H FThe Karroo Beds of the Warmbad District, South-West Africa192730, 133-142. Abstract
Young R BHistory of the Geological Society. [Anniversary address by the President]192830, xx-xxviii. Abstract
Wagner P A; Merensky HThe diamond deposits on the coast of Little Namaqualand (with an appendix on "The palaeontology of the Namaqualand coastal deposits." by S.H. Haughton)192831, 1-42. Abstract
Gevers T WThe volcanic vents of the western Stormberg.192831, 43-62. Abstract
Parsons EThe origin of the Great Rift Valleys as evidenced by the geology of coastal Kenya.192831, 63-96. Abstract
Shand S JThe geology of Pilansberg (Pilaan's Berg) in the western Transvaal: A study of the alkaline rocks and ring-intrusions.192831, 97-156. Abstract
Young R BPressure phenomena in the dolomitic limestones of the Campbell Rand Series in Griqualand West.192831, 157-165. Abstract
Du Toit A LSome reflections upon a geological comparison of South Africa with South America. [Anniversary address by the President]192931, xix-xl. Abstract
Le Grange J MThe Barbara Beryls: A study of an occurrence of emeralds in the north-eastern Transvaal, with some observations on metallogenetic zoning in the Murchison Range192932, 1-25. Abstract
Melvill L VOn the Graphic Methods of Showing Variations in Values of Ore Bodies192932, 27-30. Abstract
Gevers T W; Frommurze H FThe Geology of North-Western Damaraland, in South-West Africa192932, 31-55. Abstract
Krige L JNote on Karroo-dolerite sills in the Old Granite of the Ermelo district192932, 57-60. Abstract
Krige L JAn interesting sandstone dyke in the Old Granite of Ermelo.192932, 61-63. Abstract
Reinecke L; Stein W G AOre Bodies of the Pilgrims Rest Goldfield192932, 65-88. Abstract
Haughton S H; Frommurze H FNotes on the Occurrence of Argentiferous Galena near Aiais, Warmbad District, S.-W. Africa192932, 89-102. Abstract
Keep F ENotes on Nickel Occurrences in the Great Dyke of Southern Rhodesia192932, 103-109. Abstract
Gevers T W; Frommurze H FThe tin-bearing pegmatites of the Erongo area, South-West Africa192932, 111-149. Abstract
Lombaard BThe Geology of a Centrocline, 18 Miles North-East of Pretoria192932, 151-164. Abstract
Gevers T WA Hydrothermal Deposit of Cassiterite near Arandis, South-West Africa192932, 165-170. Abstract
Partridge F CA New Tin Mineral from South-West Africa192932, 171-176. Abstract
Bond G WNotes on the Mineralised Belt of Jamestown Series, Forbes Reef - Northern Swaziland192932, 177-186. Abstract
Mountain E DNotes on Specimens of Crystals of Smithsonite from Rhodesia, Broken Hill Mines192932, 187. Abstract
Krige L JMagmatic cycles, continental drift and ice ages. [Anniversary address by the President]193032, xxi-xl. Abstract
Keep F ESome practical hints in connection with chrysotile asbestos.193033, 1-3. Abstract
Clarence G J VAmosite asbestos.193033, 5-12. Abstract
Kirkman H LSome notes on crocidolite and amosite occurrences in the Union.193033, 13-18. Abstract
Harger H SDavid Draper, D.Sc.193033, 19-30, 1 pl. Abstract
Thornton LNotes on assimilation and differentiation in a dolerite sheet near Marandellas, S. Rhodesia.193033, 31-47. Abstract
Rogers A WPercy Albert Wagner, D.Sc., D.Eng.193033, 49-59, 1 pl. Abstract
Haughton S HNote on the occurrence of Upper Cretaceous marine beds in South-West Africa.193033, 61-63. Abstract
Krahmann RMagnetic investigations as an aid to economic geology.193033, 65-87. Abstract
Macgregor A MGeological notes on a circuit of the great Makarikari salt pan, Bechuanaland Protectorate.193033, 89-102. Abstract
Adam H RNotes on platinum group minerals from Rustenburg and Potgietersrust districts, Transvaal.193033, 103-109. Abstract
Reinecke LOrigin of the Witwatersrand System.193033, 111-133. Abstract
Reinecke LThe relations of geology to industry. [Anniversary address by the President]193133, xxiii-xlii. Abstract
Gevers T WAn ancient tillite in South-West Africa.193134, 1-18. Abstract
Haughton S HThe late Tertiary and Recent deposits of the West coast of South Africa.193134, 19-58. Abstract
Krige L JNote on varved shales in the Dwyka of Middelburg, Transvaal.193134, 59-60. Abstract
Gevers T W; Van Der Westhuysen J PThe occurrence of salt in the Swakopmund Area, South-West Africa.193134, 61-80. Abstract
Shand S JThe granite-syenite-limestone complex of Palabora, Eastern Transvaal, and the associated apatite deposits.193134, 81-106. Abstract
Du Toit A LThe genesis of the pyroxenite-apatite rocks of Palabora, Eastern Transvaal.193134, 107-127. Abstract
Frommurze H FFlowing boreholes in the Rehoboth, Gibeon and Gobabis districts, South-West Africa.193134, 129-150. Abstract
Janisch E PNotes on the central part of the Zoutpansberg Range and on the origin of Lake Funduzi.193134, 151-162. Abstract
Roberts E R; Segal BNote on water coming from fissure in No. 2 Shaft, Randfontein Estates G.M. Company.193134, 163-164. Abstract
Pirow HNotes on the development of ore deposits in South Africa. [Anniversary address by the President]193234, xxv-xxx. Abstract
Gevers T WThe Hot Springs of Windhoek, S.W. Africa193235, 1-28. Abstract
Young R BThe occurrence of stromatolitic or algal limestones in the Campbell Rand Series, Griqualand West.193235, 29-36, 3 pl. Abstract
Krige L JThe Geology of Durban193235, 37-67. Abstract
McIntyre R CThe geology of the Cango Beds.193235, 69-84, 2 pl. Abstract
Gevers T WKaoko-eruptives and alkali-rocks at Cape Cross, S.W. Africa.193235, 85-96. Abstract
De Kock W PThe lepidolite deposits of South-West Africa.193235, 97-113, 2 pl. Abstract
De Kock W P; Gevers T WThe Chuos Tillite in the Rehoboth and Windhoek Districts, South-West Africa193235, 115-118. Abstract
Haughton S HOn the phosphate deposits near Langebaan Road, Cape Province.193235, 119-124. Abstract
Lombaard B VThe Felsites and their Relations in the Bushveld Complex193235, 125-188. Abstract
Mendelssohn ENotes on a vein containing cobaltite, gold and apatite on the Far East Rand.193235, 191-192. 1 pl. Abstract
Haughton S HThe pre-Cape succession in the Western Province.193235, 193-196. Abstract
Watermeyer G AConnection between geodesy and geology. [Anniversary address by the President]193335, xxv-xxxiv. Abstract
Willemse JThe petrography and tectonics of the Pretoria-Johannesburg Granite193336, 1-28. Abstract
Reinecke L; Mcclure LVariations in the quality of amosite asbestos at Penge, Transvaal193336, 29-40. Abstract
Venter F ABreccias and associated rocks occurring north-east of Pretoria193336, 41-64. Abstract
Rogers A WCalcareous sediments in the Witwatersrand Formation193336, 65-68. Abstract
Rossouw P JOn the geology of Cape Seal, Bitou-Keurbooms estuary and environs, Plettenberg Bay193336, 69-72. Abstract
Rossouw P JOn the geology of Weltevreden, Prince Albert District, with a diagnosis of an ophiuroid, ophiorites sp.193336, 73-76. Abstract
Gevers T WAlkali-rocks in the Auas Mountains, south of Windhoek, S.W.A.193336, 77-88. Abstract
Mountain E D; Hodson N GGlacial Phenomena on Table Mountain, Pietermaritzburg193336, 89-96. Abstract
Venter F ANote on the occurrence of a shale containing glossopteris flora, near Abor station.193336, 97-100. Abstract
Krige L J; Venter F AThe Zululand earthquake of the 31st December, 1932.193336, 101-112. Abstract
Mendelssohn E; Marland E FAn occurrence of monazite in the Sub-Nigel Mine, Witwatersrand193336, 113-116. Abstract
Kupferburger W; Partridge F CNote on an occurrence of cinnabar in the Pretoria District.193336, 117-119. Abstract
Young R BConditions of deposition of the Dolomite Series193336, 121-136. Abstract
Beetz P F WGeology of South-west Angola, between Cunene and Lunda Axis193336, 137-176. Abstract
Nel L TThe Witwatersrand System outside the Rand. [Anniversary address by the President]193436, xxiii-xlviii, 1 pl. Abstract
Harger H SAn early Transvaal geological map by Carl Mauch193437, 1-4, 1 pl. Abstract
Lombaard B VOn the differentiation and relationship of the rocks of the Bushveld Complex193437, 5-52, 1 pl. Abstract
Partridge F CNote on the mineralogical constitution and accessories of Bon Accord Norite193437, 53-56. Abstract
Shand S JThe heavy minerals of kimberlite193437, 57-68. Abstract
Amm F LThe pre-Cape rocks of the Uitenhage Division193437, 69-86. Abstract
Rilett M H PA fossil cephalopod from the Middle Ecca beds in the Klip River coal field near Dundee, Natal.193437, 73-74. Abstract
Kupferburger WFluorspar veins, near Hlabisa, Zululand193437, 87-96. Abstract
Keep F ESome occurrences of native gold at the City Deep Mine, Johannesburg193437, 97-102. Abstract
Nel L TThe Witwatersrand rocks in the Klerksdorp and Ventersdorp District193437, 103-144, 1 fig. Abstract
Haughton S H; Nel L TObservations on the correlations of certain rock units in the Upper Witwatersrand193437, 145-152. Abstract
Young R BA comparison of certain stromatolitic rocks in the Dolomite Series of South Africa with modern algal sediments in the Bahamas193437, 153-162, 4 pl. Abstract
Young R BAlterations effected by solutions in the limestones of the Dolomite Series193437, 163-170, 3 pl. Abstract
Hall A LMineral wealth in the outside districts of the Transvaal193437, 171-204. Abstract
Partridge F CThe identification of kimberlite and kimberlite minerals by spectroscopic and other methods193437, 205-212. Abstract
Hall A LNote on the gold occurrences of the Eagle's Nest Mine, east of Barberton (Transvaal)193437, 213-220. Abstract
Gevers T WOn the geology of the Windhoek district in South-West Africa193437, 221-252, 5 pl. Abstract
Söhnge P GThe Worcester Fault193437, 253-278, 1 pl. Abstract
Papenfus E BGeology as an aid to prospecting in the Barberton Goldfields193437, 279-287. Abstract
Kovaloff PDiscussion on 'Observations on the correlations of certain rock-units in the Upper Witwatersrand Beds' by S.H. Haughton and L.T. Nel193437, lxi-lxxxi. Abstract
Keep F EA review of the mining industry of southern Rhodesia. [Anniversary address by the President]193537, xxiii-xxxix. Abstract
Bridges R JOn a suite of igneous rocks near Kidete, Tanganyika, and associated development of copper ore.193538, 1-28, 3 pl. Abstract
Nel L TLeopold Reinecke, M.A., Ph.D. 1884-1935193538, 30-39. Abstract
Willemse JOn the ore-minerals of the Murchison Range, the Cam and Motor Mine (Gatooma) and the Globe and Phoenix Mine (Que Que)193538, 41-55, 3 pl. Abstract
Farrington J LA geological application of aerial survey193538, 57-71. Abstract
Dixey FThe transgression of the upper Karroo and its counterpart in Gondwanaland193538, 73-90. Abstract
Beyers H PGeology of an area south of the Rivier Zonder Einde range193538, 91-92. Abstract
Mountain E DSynthetic phenomena in Karroo dolerite at Coedmore Quarries, Durban193538, 93-112, 2 pl. Abstract
Stokes R S GThe Geological Surveys and societies of the world. [Anniversary address by the President]193638, xxiii-lxvi. Abstract
Krahmann RThe geophysical magnetometric investigations on west Witwatersrand areas between Randfontein and Potchefstroom, Transvaal193639, 1-44. Abstract
Van Biljon SLimestones in the upper part of the Pretoria Series193639, 45-76. Abstract
Macadam PThe heavier metals and minerals in the Witwatersrand banket193639, 77-80. Abstract
Scholtz D LThe magmatic nickeliferous ore deposits of East Griqualand and Pondoland193639, 81-210. Abstract
Mellor E TNote on the conditions of deposition of portions of the Witwatersrand System193639, 211-214. Abstract
Wasserstein BSome notes on the Critical Zone of the Bushveld gabbro at the Swartkop Chrome Mine in the Rustenburg District.193639, 215-222. Abstract
Beetz P F WContributions to the geology of the Klerksdorp district from the results of drilling activities by the Western Reefs Exploration and Development Company, Limited.193639, 223-261, 1 pl. Abstract
Frankel J JThe geology of a portion of the Gamtoos valley193639, 263-280. Abstract
Taljaard M SSouth African melilite basalts and their relations193639, 281-316. Abstract
Gevers T WThe Etjo Beds of Northern Hereroland, South-West Africa193639, 317-330. Abstract
Gevers T WPhases of mineralisation in Namaqualand pegmatites193639, 331-378. Abstract
Holmes A; Theobald L SA contribution to the petrology of kimberlite and its inclusions193639, 379-428. Abstract
Krige L JThe Swaziland and Fauresmith earthquakes of January, 1936.193639, 429-440, 1 pl. Abstract
Truter F CObservations on the geology and tectonics of a portion of the Potchefstroom District193639, 441-456. Abstract
Partridge F CNote on the green micas of north-eastern Transvaal193639, 457-460. Abstract
Partridge F CA contribution to the mineralogy of the Potgietersrust Tinfields193639, 461-464. Abstract
Bosazza V LNotes on South African materials for silica refractories193639, 465-478. Abstract
Jones G CCorrelation and other aspects of the exploited auriferous horizons on the Witwatersrand mining field. [Anniversary address by the president].193639, xxiii-lvii. Abstract
Rogers A WThe pioneers in South African geology and their work.193639, Annex., iii, 139 pp. Abstract
Frankel J J; Kent L EGrahamstown surface quartzites (silcretes)193740, 1-42. Abstract
Willemse JOn the old granite of the Vredefort Region and some of its associated rocks193740, 43-119. Abstract
Kransdorff DNote on the occurrence of visible gold at Randfontein Estates193740, 121-126. Abstract
Pelletier R AContributions to the geology of the Far West Rand193740, 127-162. Abstract
Gevers T WThe progress of mining geology. [Anniversary address by the President]193840, xxiii-li. Abstract
Kupferburger WReview of base mineral industry. [Anniversary address by the President]193841, xxv-xliii. Abstract
Kent L EThe geology of a portion of Victoria County, Natal - with special reference to the Pleistocene and Recent deposits and the evolution of the coast line193841, 1-36. Abstract
De Villiers JThe geology and morphology of a portion of the Long Kloof and Kammanassie Valley193841, 37-40. Abstract
Gordon Hamilton G NThe geology of the country around Kubuta. (Southern Swaziland)193841, 41-82. Abstract
Tyndale-Biscoe RNotes on a monzonitic complex and associated rocks in the Gwanda District, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]193841, 83-102. Abstract
Frankel J JStudies on Karroo Dolerites 1. Notes on a Karroo Dolerite sill at Aliwal North193841, 103-108. Abstract
Tilley C EThe identity of molengraaffite with lamprophyllite193841, 109-111. Abstract
Dixey FSome observations on the physiographical development of central and southern Africa193841, 113-172. Abstract
Partridge F CA poikilitic sodalite syenite from Pilansberg193841, 173-174. Abstract
Partridge F CNote on the Durban beach sands193841, 175. Abstract
Swiegers J UThe Black Reef Series in the Klerksdorp and Randfontein areas193841, 177-191. Abstract
Lightfoot BNotes on the south-eastern part of Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]193841, 193-198. Abstract
Gordon Hamilton G NFurther notes on the geology of the country around Kubuta (southern Swaziland)193841, 199-204. Abstract
Haughton S H; Partridge F CThe meteorite fall of Macibini, Zululand193841, 205-210. Abstract
Maufe H BNew sections in the Kalahari Beds at the Victoria Falls, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]193841, 211-224. Abstract
Roberts E R; Kransdorff DThe Upper Witwatersrand System at Randfontein Estates193841, 225-248. Abstract
Mendelssohn EGold deposits of the Central Murchison Range, Transvaal193841, 249-272. Abstract
Lombaard B VDykes in the Transvaal. [Anniversary address by the President]194042, xxvii-xlv. Abstract
Thamm NCertain methods of mapping faults in the Pretoria and Dolomite Series on West Witwatersrand Areas, Ltd.193942, 1-14. Abstract
Frankel J JThe green colour of the Hospital Hill Quartzites193942, 15-18. Abstract
Taljaard M SNote on the occurrence of facetted pebbles as products of stream-flow.193942, 19-22. Abstract
Söhnge P GParagenesis of the Khan Pegmatite, South West Africa. [Namibia].193942, 23-34. Abstract
Swiegers J UGold, carbon, pyrite and other sulphides in the Black Reef193942, 35-46. Abstract
Kent L EA copper occurrence in the Zoutpansberg (Bosch Farm) - with introductory notes on the associated rocks193942, 47-56. Abstract
Kuschke G S JThe Critical Zone of the Bushveld Igneous Complex, Lydenburg District193942, 57-82. Abstract
Fox E FThe geophysical and geological investigation of the Far East Rand193942, 83-122. Abstract
Van Biljon SThe Kuboos Batholith, Namaqualand, South Africa193942, 123-219. Abstract
Lightfoot BThe Great Dyke of Southern Rhodesia. [Anniversary address by the President]. [Zimbabwe]194143, xxvii-xliii, 11 pl, 1 tab. Abstract
Frankel J JNotes on some of the minerals in the Black Reef Series194043, 1-8. Abstract
Macgregor A MA pre-Cambrian algal limestone in Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]194043, 9-16. Abstract
Young R BFurther notes on algal structures in the dolomite194043, 17-22. Abstract
Young R BNote on an unusual type of concretionary structure in limestones of the Dolomite Series194043, 23-26. Abstract
Boardman L GThe geology of the manganese deposits on Aucampsrust, Postmasburg194043, 27-36. Abstract
Nel H JThe basal rocks of the Bushveld Igneous Complex, north of Pretoria194043, 37-68. Abstract
Keyser AA kimberlite occurrence in the Philipstown District.194043, 69-84. Abstract
De Kock W PThe Ventersdorp Contact Reef - its nature, mode of occurrence and economic significance. With special reference to the Far West Rand194043, 85-108. Abstract
Gevers T WThe 1938-39 eruption of Nyamlagira Volcano in the Kivu District of the Belgian Congo. [Democratic Republic of the Congo].194043, 109-126. Abstract
Ellis JAn intrusion of quartz dolerite occurring in the Far East Rand, Transvaal194043, 127-142. Abstract
Weiss OGravimetric and earth-magnetic measurements on the Great Dyke of Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]194043, 143-152. Abstract
King L CAttempt at a measure of erosion in Natal194043, 153-158. Abstract
Walker F; Poldervaart AThe petrology of the dolerite sill of Downes Mountain, Calvinia194043, 159-174. Abstract
Mathias MA comparative study of the Namaqualand granites194043, 175-203. Abstract
Pelletier R AMineral resources of South Africa and the Rhodesias and their importance in relation to the mineral wealth of the British Empire. [Anniversary address by the President][Zambia, Zimbabwe]194244, xxv-lxx, 3 pl. Abstract
Bishopp D WThe geodynamics of the Vredefort Dome194144, 1-18. Abstract
Schwellnus C MThe Nama Tillite in the Klein Kharas Mountains, S.W.A.194144, 19-34, 5 pl. Abstract
Wasserstein BNote on nickeliferous pyrite from the Leeuwpoort Tin Mine.194144, 35-38, 2 pl. Abstract
Dixey FThe age of silicified surface deposits in Northern Rhodesia, Angola and the Belgian Congo. [Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo]194144, 39-50, 1 pl. Abstract
Boardman L GThe Blackrock manganese deposit in the south-eastern Kalahari.194144, 51-60, 2 pl. Abstract
Rogers A WEdward Thomas Mellor, D.Sc., F.G.S.194144, 61-78. Abstract
Van Der Walt C F JChrome ores of the western Bushveld Complex.194144, 79-112. Abstract
De Villiers JPseudo-coal veins in the Riversdale District, Cape.194144, 113-120. Abstract
Whiteside H C MAn unusual suite of minerals from a vug in a quartz vein in the Kimberley Series, Daggafontein Mines, Ltd.194144, 121-126. Abstract
Walker F; Poldervaart AThe Karroo dolerites of the Calvinia district.194144, 127-150, 2 pl. Abstract
De Villiers JThe geology of the Baviaans Kloof.194144, 151-160, 4 pl. Abstract
Truter F C; Strauss C AThe pre-Transvaal rocks at Taungs, Cape Province.194144, 161-166, 1 pl. Abstract
Coetzee C BThe petrology of the Goodhouse-Pella area, Namaqualand, South Africa.194144, 167-206, 6 pl. Abstract
Le Roux H DA tillite in the Otavi mountains, S.W.A.194144, 207-218, 3 pl. Abstract
King L CGeomorphology of the coastal hinterland of Natal.194144, 219-232, 1 pl. Abstract
Gevers T WCarbon dioxide springs and exhalations in northern Pondoland and Alfred County, Natal.194144, 233-301. Abstract
Bridges R JThe economic geologist and his work in South Africa (Anniversary address by the President)194245, xxiii-xlv. Abstract
Frankel J JStudies on Karroo dolerites. 2. Some younger intrusions of olivine basaltic dolerite.194245, 1-25, 2 pl. Abstract
Willemse JGudmundite and other ore minerals from the lead deposits near Argent Station, Transvaal194245, 27-35, 3 pl. Abstract
Thompson A OThe coastal terraces of Eastern Pondoland194245, 37-53, 1 A3 map. Abstract
Walker F; Poldervaart AThe petrology of the Karroo dolerites between Sutherland and Middelburg, C.P.194245, 55-64. Abstract
Gevers T W; Phil DThe hot springs in the Tugela River near Kranskop, Natal194245, 65-74. Abstract
Frankel J JAccessory heavy minerals in platinum ore of the Bushveld Complex194245, 75-78, 1 pl. Abstract
Dixey FConcretionary structures in sandstones in Northern Rhodesia. [Zambia]194245, 79-80, 2 pl. Abstract
Liebenberg W RThe basal rocks of the Bushveld Complex in the Marico district south of Dwarsberg194245, 81-108. Abstract
Latsky RThe magmatic copper ores of Namaqualand194245, 109-150, 6 pl, 1 tab. Abstract
Dixey FErosion cycles in central and southern Africa194245, 151-181. Abstract
Gevers T W; Dunne J CCharnockitic rocks near Port Edward in Alfred County, Natal194245, 183-214. Abstract
Frommurze H FScientific methods of water finding. [Anniversary address by the President]194446, xxiii-xxxviii. Abstract
Enslin J FBasins of decomposition in igneous rocks: their importance as underground water reservoirs and their location by the electrical resistivity method194346, 1-13. Abstract
Fair T J DPleistocene and Recent Strand Movements in Southern Natal194346, 13-22. Abstract
Schwellnus C M; Willemse JTitanium and Vanadium in the Magnetic Iron Ores of the Bushveld Complex194346, 23-38. Abstract
Strauss C ANotes on Rheomorphic Breccias North of Potgietersrus194346, 39-45. Abstract
Frankel J JStudies of Karroo Dolerites. 3. A Multiple Dolerite Dyke from Zanddrift Spruit, O.F.S.194346, 47-53. Abstract
Mountain E DThe Dikes of the Transkei Gaps194346, 55-73. Abstract
Ellis JA Tear Fault in the Far East Rand194346, 75-90. Abstract
Young R BThe Domical-Columnar Structure and other Minor Deformations in the Dolomite Series194346, 91-106. Abstract
Maree B DNotes on Some Magnetometric Surveys with Special Reference to Anomalies on Karroo Dolerites194346, 107-118. Abstract
Partridge F CTrevorite and a Suggested New Nickel-Bearing Silicate from Bon Accord, Sheba Siding, Barberton District194346, 119-126. Abstract
Borchers R; White G VPreliminary Contribution to the Geology of the Odendaalsrust Gold Field194346, 127-153. Abstract
De Kock W PGeology applied to mining in South Africa with special reference to the Witwatersrand. [Anniversary address by the President]194547, xxiii-xlvii. Abstract
King L C; Fair T J DHillslopes and dongas.194447, 1-4. Abstract
Dixey FFossils from the pipe sandstone at Victoria Falls, Rhodesia.194447, 5-8. Abstract
Dixey FThe geomorphology of Northern Rhodesia. [Zambia]194447, 9-46. Abstract
Strauss C A; Truter F CThe Bushveld Granites in the Zaaiplaats tin mining area194447, 47-78. Abstract
Brandt J W; Le Roex H DThe basal beds of the Transvaal System at Olifants River Poort, N.E. Transvaal194447, 79-92. Abstract
Schwellnus C M; Le Roex H DColumnar, conical and other growths in the dolomites of the Otavi System, S.W.A.194447, 93-106. Abstract
Mountain E DFurther examples of syntexis by Karroo dolerite194447, 107-122. Abstract
De Villiers J EThe origin of the iron and manganese deposits in the Postmasburg and Thabazimbi areas.194447, 123-136. Abstract
Young R BStylolitic solution in Witwatersrand Quartzites194447, 137-142. Abstract
Ellis JFurther examples of subterranean subsidence of the Marievale type and syntexis associated with them.194447, 143-156. Abstract
Söhnge P GThe structure, ore genesis and mineral sequence of the cassiterite deposits in the Zaaiplaats Tin Mine, Potgietersrust District, Transvaal194447, 157-182. Abstract
Maree B DThe Vredefort structure as revealed by a gravimetric survey194447, 183-196. Abstract
Visser D J LStratigraphic features and tectonics of portions of Bechuanaland and Griqualand West194447, 197-254. Abstract
King L CGeomorphology of the Natal Drakensberg194447, 255-282. Abstract
Enslin J FA comparison of the gravimeter and torsion balance methods of geophysical prospecting.194447, 283-299. Abstract
Harger H SThe early history of the Geological Society of South Africa.194548, i-iv, 1 pl. Abstract
Young R BThe Geological Society of South Africa194548, v -vi. Abstract
Du Toit A LSome reminiscences194548, vi. Abstract
Mountain E DProblems of Eastern Province geology. [Anniversary address by the President]194648, xxi-xxxvii, 5 pl. Abstract
Liebenberg W RNotes on the occurrence of a pleochroic variety of cassiterite in South Africa194548, 1-10. Abstract
Kransdorff DAdditional notes on the upper Witwatersrand System at Randfontein Estates194548, 11-14. Abstract
Van Der Merwe A JNote on determination of minute quantities of chromium in igneous rocks194548, 15-16. Abstract
De Villiers J ESome minerals occurring in South African manganese deposits194548, 17-26. Abstract
Gevers T W; Little J De VUpper Cretaceous Beds between the Itongazi and Umkandandhlovu rivers, Alfred County, Natal194548, 27-30. Abstract
Mountain E DThe geology of East London, C.P.194548, 31-42. Abstract
Young R BNodular bodies in the Dolomite Series194548, 43-48. Abstract
Schwellnus C MVanadium deposits in the Otavi Mountains, South-west Africa194548, 49-74. Abstract
Ahrens L HGeochemical studies on some of the rarer elements in South African minerals and rocks - 1. Lithium in mica and feldspar194548, 75-82. Abstract
Gevers T W; Mendelssohn E; Dunne J CThe Groenewald-Benoni meteorite194548, 83-102. Abstract
Ellis JA theory for the origin of coronas around olivine194548, 103-124. Abstract
Dixey FContribution to the geomorphology of the Natal Drakensberg194548, 125-134. Abstract
De Villiers JThe age of the Numees relative to the Nama System194548, 135-142. Abstract
Truter F CThe geology of a post-Karroo fault trough in the Zoutpansberg District, Transvaal194548, 143-160. Abstract
Du Toit A LThe origin of the amphibole asbestos deposits of South Africa194548, 161-206. Abstract
Ahrens L HGeochemical studies on some of the rarer elements in South African minerals and rocks - no. 2: The geochemical relationship between thallium and rubidium in minerals of igneous origin194548, 207-231. Abstract
Scholtz D LOn the younger pre-Cambrian granite plutons of the Cape Province. [Anniversary address by the President]194649, xxxv-lxxxii, 3 tab., 29 pl. Abstract
Frost A; McIntyre R C; Papenfus E B; Weiss OThe discovery and prospecting of a potential gold field near Odendaalsrust in the Orange Free State, Union of South Africa194649, 1-33. Abstract
Strauss C ANotes on the microscopic features of the magnetic iron ores of the Bushveld Complex194649, 35-49. Abstract
Brandt J WCorundum "indicator" basic rocks and associated pegmatites in the Northern Transvaal194649, 51-102. Abstract
Boardman L GThe geology of a portion of the Rooiberg Tinfields.194649, 103-132, 7 pl. Abstract
Ahrens L H; Liebenberg W RQualitative spectrochemical analysis of minerals and rocks.194649, 133-154. Abstract
Van Den Berg J JPetrofabric analysis of the Bushveld gabbro from Bon Accord.194649, 155-208. Abstract
Adie R JNote on a mechanical method for the quantitative estimation of graphite194649, 209-211. Abstract
Ellis JThe simple dykes and sills of the Far East Rand194649, 213-242. Abstract
Cooke H B SThe development of the Vaal River and its deposits.194649, 243-262. Abstract
Söhnge P G; De Villiers JRésume of the geology of the Richtersveld and the eastern Sperrgebiet194649, 263-276. Abstract
Van Eeden O RDie korrelasie van sekere voor-Transvaal-gesteentes in die Distrik Schweizer Reneke194649, 277-288. Abstract
Du Toit A LArthur William Rogers, Sc.D., F.G.S., F.R.S.194649, 291-304. Abstract
King L CLandscape study in Southern Africa. [Anniversary address by the President]194750, xxiii-lii, 2 pl. Abstract
Truter F CA remarkable transcurrent fault near Potgietersrust, Transvaal.194750, 1-16, 1 pl. Abstract
Cormack A MX-ray powder data of the Parkerite Series Ni3Bi2S2-Ni3Pb2S2.194750, 17-22. Abstract
Ahrens L HThe determination of geological age by means of the natural radioactivity of rubidium: A report of preliminary investigations.194750, 23-54, 1 pl. Abstract
Haughton S HNotes on the Australopithecine-bearing rocks of the Union of South Africa.194750, 55-62. Abstract
Van Rooyen D PSekere pre-Transvaal rotse noord-oos van Potgietersrus.194750, 63-72, 1 pl. Abstract
Strauss C AThe petrology of a small dolerite and granophyre complex in the New Belgium Block, Potgietersrust district.194750, 73-104, 9 pl. Abstract
Fair T J DSlope form and development in the interior of Natal, South Africa.194750, 105-120, 2 pl. Abstract
Ellis JThe Marievale granophyre - a metamorphic rock.194750, 121-160, 8 pl. Abstract
Strauss C AGranitisation and rheomorphism associated with the Bushveld Granite near the Leeuwpoort Tin Mine.194750, 161-170, 2 pl. Abstract
Visser D J LAcid lavas from the neighbourhood of Lekkerwater siding, South West Africa.194750, 171-176, 1 pl. Abstract
AnonymousA geological section of the Witwatersrand drawn by Fred Struben in 1885.194750, 177-178, 2 pl. Abstract
Frost ASome thoughts on the functions of geology and geologists. [Anniversary address by the President]194851, xxv-xxxiii. Abstract
Söhnge P G; De Villiers JThe Kuboos Pluton and its associated line of intrusives194851, 1-36. Abstract
Fair T J DSlope form and development in the coastal hinterland of Natal194851, 37-52. Abstract
Young R B; Mendelssohn EDomed algal growths in the Dolomite Series of South Africa, with associated fossil remains.194851, 53-62. Abstract
Fockema R A PThe geology south of the confluence of the Pienaars and Crocodile Rivers194851, 63-76. Abstract
De Villiers J ENote on an unusual amphibole from Zesfontein, South West Africa.194851, 77-80, 1 pl. Abstract
Swiegers, J.U.Gold deposits of the Pilgrims' Rest Gold Mining District, Transvaal.194851, 81-132. Abstract
Gevers T WVermiculite at Loolekop, Palabora, north east Transvaal194851, 133-178. Abstract
Kent L E; Frankel J JStudies on Karroo Dolerites 4. On intrusions of glass in dolerite.194851, 179-194. Abstract
Willemse JDie chromiet-voorkoms op Lemoenfontein 893, Pietersburg Distrik.194851, 195-212. Abstract
De Kock W PThe Carbon Leader of the Far West Rand with special reference to the proportion of the gold content of this horizon recovered in drilling.194851, 213-248. Abstract
Truter F CA review of volcanism in the geological history of South Africa. [Anniversary address by the President]194952, xxix-lxxxix. Abstract
Van Biljon SThe transformation of the upper part of the Pretoria Series in the Bushveld Igneous Complex194952, 1-198, 1 pl. Abstract
Walker FThe occurrence of pumice on the beaches of the Cape Province.194952, 199-202. Abstract
Snyman A ANote on unusual mudcracks in a pan on the farm Oxford, Odendaalsrus, O.F.S.194952, 203-204, 2 pl. Abstract
Fockema R A PAn occurrence of alkaline and acid lavas and volcanic breccias on the farm Kruidfontein 147, Rustenburg district194952, 205-229, 2 pl. Abstract
Kent L EThe thermal waters of the Union of South Africa and South West Africa194952, 231-264, 3 tab. Abstract
Sharpe J W NThe economic auriferous bankets of the Upper Witwatersrand Beds and their relationship to sedimentation features194952, 265-300, 3 figs. Abstract
Baines VThe geology of the Odendaalsrus Goldfield in relation to that of the Klerksdorp district and notes on the correlation of the upper division of the Witwaterstand System.194952, 301-330, 6 pl. Abstract
Frankel J JStudies on Karroo Dolerites. 5. Notes on further occurrences of younger olivine basaltic dolerites.194952, 331-342. Abstract
Lombaard A FDie geologie van die Bosveldkompleks langs Bloedrivier194952, 343-376, 8 pl. Abstract
McLachlan G RThe geology of Dassen Island.194952, 377-384, 3 pl. Abstract
Willemse JDie fosfaat-afsetting op Zoetendalesvley 889, Potgietersrustse distrik194952, 385-402, 2 pl. Abstract
Tyndale-Biscoe RNotes on a geological reconnaissance of the country east of Beitbridge, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]194952, 403-412, 1 pl. Abstract
Warde J M; Denysschen J HDifferential thermal analysis of some South African fireclays and other ceramic materials194952, 413-431. Abstract
Poldervaart A; Von Backström J WA study of an area at Kakamas (Cape Province)194952, 433-495, 7 pl. Abstract
Taylor J HBrief history of the correlation of the Witwatersrand System. [Anniversary Address by the President]195053, xxix-xxxviii. Abstract
Simpson D J; Bouwer R FRadioactivity logging195053, 1-12, 3 pl. Abstract
Mabbutt J AThe relief and drainage of the Tygerberg Hills, north of Cape Town195053, 13-34, 2 pl. Abstract
Von Backström J WNotes on a tungsten tin deposit near Upington, Gordonia district195053, 35-52, 2 pl. Abstract
Wood W HDirectional deflection of a diamond drill borehole at Witwatersrand Nigel, Limited195053, 53-64. Abstract
Van Rooyen D PThe metamorphic rocks constituting the floor of the Bushveld Igneous Complex, north of Potgietersrust195053, 65-72, 4 pl. Abstract
Poldervaart ANote on the extension of the Karroo System in the North-eastern Bechuanaland Protectorate195053, 73-80, 1 pl. Abstract
Strauss C A; Truter F CThe alkali complex at Spitskop, Sekukuniland, Eastern Transvaal195053, 81-130, 11 pl. Abstract
Brock B BThe Vredefort Ring195053, 131-157, 1 pl. Abstract
Hess H HVertical mineral variation in the Great Dyke of Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]195053, 159-167, 1 tab. Abstract
Strauss C A; Truter F CPost-Bushveld ultrabasic, alkali, and carbonatitic eruptives at Magnet Heights, Sekukuniland, Eastern Transvaal195053, 169-191, 7 pl. Abstract
Enslin J FGeophysical methods of tracing and determining contacts of dolerite dykes in Karroo sediments in connection with the siting of boreholes for water195053, 193-204, 4 pl. Abstract
Haughton S HThe age relationship of the Matsap, Loskop, Waterberg and Nama Systems.195053, 205-208. Abstract
Pegg C WA contribution to the geology of the West Rand area195053, 209-227, 1 pl. Abstract
Cousins C ASub-karroo contours and notes on the Karroo succession in the Odendaalsrus area of the Orange Free State195053, 229-242, 4 pl. Abstract
Whiteside H C MThe Kimberley-Elsburg Series in certain mines in the Far East Rand195053, 243-252, 5 pl. Abstract
Mabbutt J ATransverse terraces in the lower Henkries Valley, Namaqualand195053, 253-260, 2 pl. Abstract
Macgregor A MSome milestones in the Precambrian of Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]. [Anniversary address by the President]195154, xxvii-lxvi. Abstract
Walker FA volcanic vent near Lambert's Bay (Cape Province)195154, 1-10. Abstract
Tyndale-Biscoe RThe geology of the Bikita Tin-field, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe].195154, 11-26. Abstract
Blignaut J J GCoal provinces in the Natal Coalfields195154, 27-32. Abstract
King LThe geomorphology of the eastern and southern districts of Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe].195154, 33-64. Abstract
Korn H; Martin HCyclic sedimentation in varved sediments of the Nama System in South West Africa.195154, 65-68. Abstract
Bond GStructures and metamorphism in the Chimanimani Mountains, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe].195154, 69-84. Abstract
Korn H; Martin HThe seismicity of South-West Africa.195154, 85-88. Abstract
De Villiers J EThe manganese ores of Otjosondu, South-West Africa.195154, 89-98. Abstract
Simpson D JSome results of radiometric logging in the boreholes of the Orange Free State gold fields and neighbouring areas.195154, 99-133. Abstract
Venter F ACoal in the Union of South Africa. [Anniversary address by the President]195255, xxix-lviii, 1 pl. Abstract
Bond GEvidence of glaciation in the lower part of the Karroo System in Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]195255, 1-11, 3 pl. Abstract
Mathias MA note on two actinolites and a chlorite from the Prieska District, Cape Province195255, 13-18. Abstract
Blignaut J J GField relationships of the dolerite intrusions in the Natal coalfields. [with discussions]195255, 19-31. Abstract
Simpson D JCorrelation by means of radioactivity logging in the Witwatersrand System in the Klerksdorp area195255, 33-52, 8 pl. Abstract
Von Backström J WThe Dominion Reef and Witwatersrand Systems between Wolmaransstad and Ottosdal, Transvaal195255, 53-71, 4 pl. Abstract
Scogings J LThe geology of the area immediately south-west of Umlaas Road, Natal195255, 73-88, 4 pl. Abstract
Bouwer R FMeasurement of borehole temperatures and the effect of geological structures in the Klerksdorp and Orange Free State areas. [with discussions]195255, 89-123, 2 tab. Abstract
Poldervaart AKarroo dolerites and basalts in the eastern part of the Bechuanaland Protectorate195255, 125-132, 1 pl. Abstract
Simpson D JCorrelation of the sediments of the Witwatersrand System in the West Witwatersrand, Klerksdorp and Orange Free State areas by radioactivity borehole logging. [with discussions]195255, 133-154, 5 pl. Abstract
Fockema R A PThe geology of the area around the confluence of the Elands and Crocodile Rivers. [with discussions]195255, 155-174, 3 pl. Abstract
Lombaard B VKarroo dolerites and lavas195255, 175-198, 2 pl. Abstract
Vermaas F H SThe amphibole asbestos of South Africa. [with discussions]195255, 199-232, 6 pl, 1 tab. Abstract
Schmidt E RThe structure and composition of the Merensky Reef and associated rocks on the Rustenburg Platinum Mine195255, 233-280, 6 pl. Abstract
Plumstead E PDescription of two new genera and six new species of fructifications borne on glossopteris leaves. [with discussions]195255, 281-328, 10 pl. Abstract
Beater B EA recently uncovered glacial pavement near Maidstone, Natal195255, 329-330, 2 pl. Abstract
Walker FChemical analysis as a geological tool. [Anniversary address by the President]195356, xxxi-xli. Abstract
Jansen HThe geology of the Barrage-Lindequesdrift area, southern Transvaal. [with discussions]195356, 1-19, 2 pl. Abstract
Gane P G; Oliver H OSouth African earthquakes - 1949 to December, 1952, with discussion.195356, 21-35, 2 pl. Abstract
Martin HNotes on the Dwyka succession and on some Pre - Dwyka valleys in South West Africa, with discussion.195356, 37-43, 1 pl. Abstract
Jansen HObservations on a dome-like structure north of Vereeniging, Transvaal.195356, 45-58, 2 pl. Abstract
King LA Miocene marine fauna from Zululand195356, 59-91, 5 pl. Abstract
Fockema R A PAn unusual occurrence of crocidolite on the farm Groot Aub 287, Rehoboth District, South West Africa195356, 93-98, 1 pl. Abstract
Heystek H; Schmidt E RThe mineralogy of the attapulgite-montmorillonite deposit in the Springbok Flats, Transvaal. [with discussions]195356, 99-119, 3 pl. Abstract
King L CSea-level movement in the vicinity of Durban195356, 121-129. Abstract
Bond GThe origin of thermal and mineral waters in the middle Zambezi Valley and adjoining territory195356, 131-148. Abstract
Heystek H; Schmidt E RThe technique of differential thermal analysis and its application to some South African minerals195356, 149-176, 2 pl. Abstract
Mountain E DAgate pebbles on the south-eastern coast of the Union195356, 177-182. Abstract
Muir-Wood H MDescription of a new species of 'Terebratula' From the Cretaceous of Zululand, with discussion.195356, 183-186, 1 pl. Abstract
Mendelssohn EThe work and activities of the Geological Society of South Africa. [Anniversary address by the President]195457, xxxi-xliv. Abstract
Jansen HThe Losberg Intrusive Complex near Fochville, southern Transvaal.195457, 1-18, 4 pl. Abstract
Fair T J D; King LErosional land-surfaces in the eastern marginal areas of South Africa195457, 19-26. Abstract
Rilett M H PPlant microfossils from the coal seams near Dannhauser, Natal195457, 27-37, 1 pl. Abstract
Toens P DHybrid rocks in the floor of the Bushveld Igneous Complex. [with discussions]195457, 39-60, 4 pl. Abstract
Visser D J LDeposits of manganese ore on Rooinekke and neighbouring farms, district Hay195457, 61-75, 1 pl. Abstract
Fockema R A P; Mendelssohn ENote on an unusual occurrence of chromite in the Eastern Transvaal195457, 77-82, 2 pl. Abstract
Korn H; Martin HThe Messum Igneous Complex in South-West Africa. [with discussions]195457, 83-124, 11 pl. Abstract
Simpson E S WThe Okonjeje Igneous Complex, South-West Africa195457, 125-172, 6 pl. Abstract
Bloomfield KThe Nachipere Series of southern Nyasaland, with discussion.195457, 173-195,1 pl. Abstract
Russell H D; Hiemstra S A; Groeneveld DThe mineralogy and petrology of the carbonatite at Loolekop, Eastern Transvaal195457, 197-208, 3 pl. Abstract
Louw J DGeological age determinations on Witwatersrand uraninites using the lead isotope method.195457, 209-227. Abstract
Strelow F W EMethods and accuracy of chemical analysis195457, 228-230, 1 tab. Abstract
Sharpe J W NMineral exploration and its techniques. [Anniversary address by the President]195558, xv-xxxii. Abstract
Nel L TArthur Lewis Hall, M.A., Sc.D., F.R.S., F.G.S. 1872-1955195558, 1-12. Abstract
Mabbutt J AErosion surfaces in Namaqualand and the ages of surface deposits in the south-western Kalahari195558, 13-30, 4 pl. Abstract
Bailey D KNew aspects of the lower Katanga rocks of the Kafue Gorge195558, 31-43, 1 pl. Abstract
Cameron E NConcepts of the internal structure of granitic pematites and their applications to certain pegmatites of South West Africa195558, 45-70, 3 pl. Abstract
Bond GThe Madumabisa (Karroo) shales in the middle Zambesi region195558, 71-99, 6 pl. Abstract
Liebenberg W RThe occurrence and origin of gold and radioactive minerals in the Witwatersrand System, the Dominion Reef, the Ventersdorp Contact Reef and the Black Reef. [with discussions]195558, 101-254, 23 pl. Abstract
Gatehouse R PSome raised shorelines in the Western Cape Province. [with discussions]195558, 255-264, 1 pl. Abstract
Dixey FErosion surfaces in Africa: some consideration of age and origin195558, 265-280. Abstract
Koen G MHeavy minerals as an aid to the correlation of sediments of the Karroo System in the Northern part of the Union of South Africa195558, 281-356, 9 tab., 2 pl. Abstract
Wiebols J HA suggested glacial origin for the Witwatersrand conglomerates. [with discussions]195558, 367-387, 4 pl. Abstract
Enslin J FPumping tests and the safe yields of ground-water supplies. [Anniversary address by the President]195659, xiii-xlvi, 12 figs. Abstract
Antrobus E S AThe origin of the auriferous reefs of the Witwatersrand System195659, 1-22, 5 pl. Abstract
Mathias MThe petrology of the Messum Igneous Complex, South West Africa195659, 23-57, 4 pl, 2 tab. Abstract
Lombaard B VChromite and dunite of the Bushveld Complex195659, 59-76, 2 pl. Abstract
Walker FThe dolerites of the Cape Peninsula195659, 77-93, 3 pl. Abstract
Cousins C AThe value distribution of economic minerals with special reference to the Witwatersrand gold reefs.195659, 95-121. Abstract
Oliver H OSouth African earthquakes - January 1953 to December 1955195659, 123-133, 4 pl, 2 tab. Abstract
Van Biljon W J; Smitter Y HA note on the occurrence of two sandstone dykes in a Karroo Dolerite sill near Devon, South-eastern Transvaal195659, 135-148, 2 pl. Abstract
Brock B BStructural mosaics and related concepts195659, 149-194, 7 pl. Abstract
King LRift valleys of Brazil195659, 199-209, 5 pl. Abstract
Plumstead E POn Ottokaria, the fructification of Gangamopteris195659, 211-236, 7 pl. Abstract
Simpson E S W; Tregidga J AThe archaean rocks of the Marble Delta District, Natal195659, 237-258, 1 pl. Abstract
De Lange P WThe determination of uranium and thorium in urano-thorianite and monazite by the "equilibrium" method195659, 259-276. Abstract
Visser D J LThe structural evolution of the Union. [Anniversary address by the President]195760, xiii-l. Abstract
Nel L TS. James Shand, D.Sc., Ph.D., F.G.S., F.R.S.E.195760, 1-13. Abstract
Tilley C EOn the replacement of anorthosite by hydrogrossular in the Transvaal (with discussion).195760, 15-20. Abstract
Townrow J AOn Dicroidium, probably a pteridospermous leaf, and other leaves now removed from this genus. [with discussions]195760, 21-60. Abstract
Biesiot P GMiocene foraminifera from the Uloa sandstone, Zululand195760, 61-80. Abstract
Fockema R A PA brief description on the iron-manganese deposits at Kampumba, Northern Rhodesia. [Zambia]195760, 81-84. Abstract
Hunter D RThe Geology, petrology and classification of the Swaziland granites and gneisses. [with discussions]195760, 85-126. Abstract
Brock B BWorld patterns and lineaments. [with discussions]195760, 127-175. Abstract
Brock B BOn the need for co-ordinated effort. [with discussions]195760, 177-197. Abstract
Brock B BAspects of form, and the fragmentation of the crust of a sphere. [Anniversary address by the President]195861, xiii-xxxii, 1 pl. Abstract
Pelletier R AObituary: J. Austen Bancroft 1882-1957195861, 1-4. Abstract
Tavener-Smith RRecent exploration in the Kandabwe coal area, and its bearing upon the correlation of the coal measures of Northern and Southern Rhodesia. [Zambia & Zimbabwe].195861, 5-17. Abstract
Fuller A OA contribution to the petrology of the Witwatersrand System195861, 19-50, 6 pl. Abstract
Plumstead E PFurther fructifications of the Glossopteridae and a provisional classification based on them195861, 51-79, 7 pl. Abstract
Plumstead E PThe habit of growth of Glossopteridea195861, 81-96, 8 pl. Abstract
Fuller A OTemperatures of formation of sphalerites from the Bird Reef Group. [with discussions]195861, 97-101. Abstract
Parr W JThe Foraminifera of the Bluff Beds, Durban and some other South African calcareous coastal rocks195861, 103-136, 1 pl. Abstract
Delany F MObservations on the Sabaloka Series of the Sudan195861, 111-124, 1 pl. Abstract
Daniels J LA preliminary investigation of some basic intrusions in the Hargeisa and Borama Districts of Somaliland Protectorate.195861, 125-136, 1 pl. Abstract
Nicolaysen L O; De Villiers J W L; Burger A J; Strelow F W ENew measurements relating to the absolute age of the Transvaal System and of the Bushveld Igneous Complex (with discussion).195861, 137-181, 2 pl. Abstract
Watson R L AThe origin of Wankie coal195861, 167-181, 2 pl. Abstract
Koen G MThe attrition of uraninite. [with discussions]195861, 183-196, 1 pl. Abstract
Schreiner G D L; Van Niekerk C BThe age of a Pilanesberg Dyke from the Central Witwatersrand. [with discussions]195861, 197-207. Abstract
Mountain E DAcidification of dolerite at Coedmore Quarries, Durban. [with discussions]195861, 209-224, 3 pl. Abstract
Snyman C P'n Gneis, 'n koepelstruktuur en die metamorfose van die Sisteem Transvaal suid van Marble Hall, Transvaal195861, 225-262, 4 pl. Abstract
Bloomfield KThe Chimwadzulu Hill ultrabasic body, southern Nyasaland.195861, 263-282, 3 pl. Abstract
Worst B GThe differentiation and structure of the Great Dyke of Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]195861, 283-358, 10 pl. Abstract
Forster I FParagenetical ore mineralogy of the Loolekop-Phalaborwa Carbonatite Complex, Eastern Transvaal. [with discussions]195861, 359-365, 3 pl. Abstract
Cornelissen A KNote on botryoidal and stalactitic copper ores from Namaqualand195861, 367-375, 5 pl. Abstract
Heckroodt R OAn X-ray method for the determination of olivine195861, 377-386. Abstract
Coertze F JIntrusive relationships and ore-deposits in the western part of the bushveld Igneous Complex. [with discussions]195861, 387-400, 1 pl. Abstract
Ramdohr PNew observations on the ores of the Witwatersrand in South Africa and their genetic significance195861, Annex., 50 pp., 61 pl. Abstract
Willemse JThe "floor" of the Bushveld igneous Complex and its relationships, with special reference to the Eastern Transvaal. [Anniversary address by the President]195962, xxi-ixxx, 10 tab., 3 pl, 1 fig. Abstract
Van Zyl CAn outline of the geology of the Kapalagulu Complex, Kungwe Bay, Tanganyika territory, and aspects of the evolution of layering in basic intrusives195962, 1-31, 2 pl. Abstract
Ortlepp R JA pre-Karroo Igneous Complex at Trompsburg, Orange Free State, revealed by drilling exploration195962, 33-58, 4 pl. Abstract
Heckroodt R OThe geology around the dunite pipe on Driekop (Eastern Transvaal)195962, 59-73, 2 pl. Abstract
Groeneveld DA new iron meteorite from Bellsbank, Barkly West district195962, 75-80, 2 pl. Abstract
Eales H VThe Khale dolerite sheet195962, 81-111, 2 pl. Abstract
King LDenudational and tectonic relief in south-eastern Australia195962, 113-138, 1 pl, 1 tab. Abstract
Padget PThe geology of the Mafingi Mountains area of Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland. [Zambia, Malawi]195962, 139-150, 1 pl. Abstract
Bishopp D WThe role of crustal energy in the origin of rift valleys195962, 151-165. Abstract
Hiemstra S A; Verwoerd W JAerial photography by means of miniature cameras for geological mapping195962, 167-177, 2 pl. Abstract
Cousins C AThe structure of the mafic portion of the Bushveld Igneous Complex195962, 179-201, 1 pl. Abstract
Roux A TA review of airborne electromagnetic systems - some factors affecting the choice of system and the interpretation of data195962, 203-217. Abstract
Feringa GThe geological succession in a portion of the north-western Bushveld (Union Section) and its interpretation195962, 219-238, 1 pl. Abstract
Hiemstra S A; Van Biljon W JThe geology of the Upper Magaliesberg Stage and the Lower Bushveld Complex in the vicinity of Steelpoort195962, 239-255, 2 pl. Abstract
Matthews P EThe metamorphism and tectonics of the pre-Cape formations in the post-Ntingwe thrust-belt, S.W. Zululand, Natal195962, 257-324, 2 pl. Abstract
Brock B BOn orogenic evolution, with special reference to Southern Africa195962, 325-372. Abstract
Coetzee G L; Edwards C BThe Mrima Hill carbonatite, Coast Province, Kenya195962, 373-397, 3 pl. Abstract
Simpson D JWater and warfare. [Anniversary address by the President]196063, xix-xlii. Abstract
Buchmann J PExploration of a geophysical anomaly at Trompsburg, Orange Free State, South Africa196063, 1-10, 10 pl. Abstract
Henderson GThe geology of the Bukoban-type rocks of the Kigoma and Mpanda districts, Western Province, Tanganyika196063, 11-50, 3 pl. Abstract
Beater B E; Maud R RThe occurrence of an extensive fault system in S.E. Zululand and its possible relationship to the evolution of a part of the coastline of Southern Africa196063, 51-64, 4 pl. Abstract
Tilley C ESome new chemical data on the alkali rocks of the Vredefort Mountain Land, South Africa196063, 65-70. Abstract
Graham K W; Keiller J AA portable drill rig for producing short oriented cores196063, 71-74, 1 pl. Abstract
Coertze F JAnorthosite emplaced in a shear-zone in gabbro of the Bushveld Igneous Complex196063, 75-85, 1 pl. Abstract
Zeschke GTranportation of uraninite in the Indus River, Pakistan196063, 87-97, 3 pl. Abstract
Stillman C J; Cox K GThe Chikala Hill syenite-complex of southern Nyasaland196063, 99-117, 1 pl. Abstract
Vail J R; Monkman L JA geological reconnaissance survey of the Chaone Hill Ring Complex, southern Nyasaland196063, 119-135, 2 pl. Abstract
Mountain E DFelsic material in Karroo dolerite196063, 137-152, 4 pl. Abstract
Nel H J; Koen G MThe relative abundance of ilmenite, rutile and zirco in a dune sand at Umgababa, South Coast, Natal196063, 153-159. Abstract
Cullen D JA note on the distribution of Waterberg and Loskop Formations in the southern Bechuanaland Protectorate196063, 161-174, 2 pl. Abstract
De Blij H JA note on the relationships between the Swaziland Lowveld and adjoining areas196063, 175-187, 1 pl. Abstract
Collender F DThe Witwatersrand System in the Klerksdorp area196063, 189-230, 1 fig, 1 pl. Abstract
Frankel J JThe geology along the Umfolosi River, south of Mtubatuba, Zululand196063, 231-263, 4 pl. Abstract
Leube AStructural control in the Rooiberg in fields (South Africa)196063, 265-282. Abstract
Liebenberg W RForensic mineralogy with special reference to the Erfdeel Inquiry. [Valedictory address by the President]196164, ix-lviii, 5 pl. Abstract
Borchers RExploration of the Witwatersrand System and its extensions. [Inaugural address by the President]196164, lxvii-xcviii, 2 diagrams. Abstract
King L CCymatogeny196164, 1-22, 1 fig. Abstract
Koen G MThe genetic significance of the size distribution of uraninite in Witwatersrand bankets196164, 23-54, 3 pl. Abstract
Matthews P ESlump structures in the Table Mountain Series of Natal196164, 55-71, 4 pl. Abstract
Haughton S HReview of a probable late preCambrian glacial period in central and west Africa196164, 73-84, 1 pl. Abstract
Wiebols J HNote on chloritoid in the Witwatersrand System196164, 85-98, 1 pl, 1 tab. Abstract
Rust I CNote on turbidite structures in the Pretoria Series196164, p. 99, 1 pl. Abstract
Johnson R LThe geology of the Dorowa and Shawa Carbonatite Complexes, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196164, 101-145, 6 pl. Abstract
Hargraves R BShatter cones in the rocks of the Vredefort Ring196164, 147-161, 1 pl. Abstract
Brock B BThe structural environment and borehole geology of Western Deep Levels, Limited196164, 163-191, 4 pl. Abstract
Bahnemann K PThe ores of the "J-lines", Sanyati Copper Mine, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196164, 193-219, 3 pl. Abstract
Grubb P L CThe basic intrusives of the Shoshong-Makhware area, Bechuanaland Protectorate196164, 221-246, 3 pl. Abstract
Maud R RA preliminary review of the structure of coastal Natal196164, 247-256, 3 pl. Abstract
Mitchell-Thomé R CLineaments and vincula196164, 257-278. Abstract
Jensen M L; Dechow EThe bearing of sulphur isotopes on the origin of the Rhodesian copper deposits196265(1), 1-17, 1 fig. Abstract
Martin A R HEvidence relating to the Quaternary history of the Wilderness lakes196265(1), 19-42, 1 fig, 2 pl. Abstract
Tavener-Smith RKarroo sedimentation in a part of the mid-Zambezi valley.196265(1), 43-74, 2 pl. Abstract
Drysdall A R; Kitching J WThe Karroo succession of the upper Luangwa Valley, Northern Rhodesia. [Zambia]196265(1), 75-91, 2 maps. Abstract
Müller-Stoll W R; Mädel EFossil woods of Monimiaceae and Euphorbiaceae from the Upper Cretaceous Umzamba- Beds of East-Pondoland, C.P.196265(1), 93-104. Abstract
Van Niekerk C BThe age of the Gemspost Dyke from the Venterspost Gold Mine196265(1), 105-111. Abstract
Edge R A; Ahrens L HStudies on the trace element content of some South African rocks196265(1), 113-124, 1 fig. Abstract
Boocock C; Van Straaten O JNotes on the geology and hydrology of the central Kalahari region, Bechuanaland Protectorate196265(1), 125-176, 1 map. Abstract
Tavener-Smith RA deformed Katanga conglomerate in Northern Rhodesia. [Zambia]196265(1), 177-195, 1 pl. Abstract
Ortlepp R JOn the occurrence of uranothorite in the Dominion Reef196265(1), 197-202, 1 pl. Abstract
Hardie L AThe fault-pattern of Coastal Natal: an experimental reproduction196265(1), 203-205, 1 pl. Abstract
Bisschoff A AThe pseudotachylite of the Vredefort Dome196265(1), 207-230, 2  pl. Abstract
Poldervaart ANotes on the Vredefort Dome196265(1), 231-247. Abstract
Bisschoff A ADiscussion on "Notes on the Vredefort Dome" by A. Poldervaart and the author's reply to discussion196265(1), 249-251. Abstract
Coertze F JThe Rustenburg fault as a controlling factor of ore-deposition southwest of Pilanesberg196265(1), 253-262. Abstract
Hargraves R BCross-bedding and ripple-marking in the Main-Bird Series of the Witwatersrand System in the East Rand area196265(1), 263-279, 1 pl. Abstract
Mathias MA disharmonious granite: the Spitzkop granite South-West Africa.196265(1), 281-292, 2 pl. Abstract
Nicolaysen L O; Burger A J; Johnson R LThe age of the Shawa Carbonatite Complex196265(1), 293-294. Abstract
Fockema R A P; Fockema P D; Marais J A HGypsum occurrences in South Africa196265(2), 1-12, 1 map. Abstract
Cousins C AThe stratigraphy, structure and igneous rocks of the Transvaal System at the Western Areas Gold Mine196265(2), 13-40, 2 figs. Abstract
Thamm NThe horizontal displacement of the island Osmussaar (Odinsholm) and the subsequent regeneration of normal rhegmatic jointing196265(2), 41-46, 1 pl. Abstract
Graham K W T; Van Zijl J S V; Hales A LPalaeomagnetic evidence regarding the relative ages of the Stormberg lavas and the Karroo dolerites196265(2), 47-55. Abstract
Koen G MNote on chlorite pseudomorphs after detrital amphibole in Witwatersrand banket196265(2), 57-62, 1 pl. Abstract
Smit J MStratigraphy and metamorphism of the Otavi Series south-east of Otavi, South West Africa196265(2), 63-78, 3 pl. Abstract
Eales H VThe occurrence of aurostibite in the Gwanda District, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196265(2), 79-83, 1 pl. Abstract
King LThe Post-Karoo stratigraphy of Durban.196265(2), 85-99. Abstract
De Villiers J E; Wardaugh T GA sedimentary petrological study of some sandstones, conglomerates and tillites of the Cape and Karoo Systems196265(2), 101-117, 4 tab. Abstract
Van Der Merwe D HWeathering of various types of Karoo dolerite in the Middelburg area, Cape Province196265(2), 119-137. Abstract
Vail J RLate-Karoo intrusion breccias from the Nuanetsi District of Southern Rhodesia, with special reference to the granitic complex of Dembe-Divula. [Zimbabwe].196265(2), 139-152, 2 pl. Abstract
Hornung G; Von Knorring OThe pegmatites of the North Mtoko region, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196265(2), 153-180. Abstract
Nel H JMineral exploration: Planning for the future. [Inaugural address by the President]196265, xxxi-xxxvii. Abstract
Söhnge P GGenetic problems of pipe deposits in South Africa. [Inaugural address by the President]196366, xix-lxxii. Abstract
Le Roux S FWalkomiella transvaalensis, a new conifer from the middle Ecca beds of Vereeniging, Transvaal196366, 1-8. Abstract
Van Biljon SStructures in the basic belt of the Bushveld Complex196366, 11-47. Abstract
Verwoerd W JDie geologiese struktuur van die Krokodilrivierfragment196366, 49-74. Abstract
De Swardt A M JDeformation of the basement complex associated with Lufilian folding south of Mapanza Mission, Northern Rhodesia. [Zambia]196366, 75-89. Abstract
Threader V MA study of fracture patterns in the Orange Free State gold fields of South Africa196366, 93-108, 4 pl. Abstract
Edge R A; Ahrens L HThe niobium contents of some South African granitic and alkali rocks196366, 109-113. Abstract
Winter H De La RAlgal structures in the sediments of the Ventersdorp System196366, 115-121. Abstract
Gevers T WThermal springs at Lilani, Natal, and their geologic setting196366, 129-156. Abstract
Gevers T W; Hart O; Martin HThermal waters along the Swakop River, South-West Africa196366, 157-189. Abstract
Kuenen P HTurbidites in South Africa196366, 191-195. Abstract
Gevers T WGeology along the northwestern margin of the Khomas Highlands between Otjimbingwe-Karibib and Okahandja, South-West Africa196366, 199-251. Abstract
Ferguson J; Botha ESome aspects of igneous layering in the basic zones of the Bushveld Complex196366, 259-278. Abstract
Coetzee G LCarbonatites of the Karema Depression, South Western Tanganyika196366, 283-333, map, 2pl. Abstract
Cox K GMalvernia Beds196366, 341-344. Abstract
Martin HA suggested theory for the origin and a brief description of some gypsum deposits of South-West Africa196366, 345-349. Abstract
Ramsay J GStructural investigations in the Barberton Mountain Land, Eastern Transvaal196366, 353-398. Abstract
De Villiers JThoughts on correlation standard for the Precambrian. [Anniversary address by the President]196467, xvi-xx. Abstract
Willemse J; Bench J JInclusions of original carbonate rocks in gabbro and norite of the eastern part of the Bushveld Complex196467, 1-87. Abstract
Winter H De La RA revised composite radioactivity log of the upper division of the Witwatersrand System, Sand River area, O.F.S.196467, 89-93. Abstract
Hälbich I WObservations on primary features in the Fish River series and the Dwyka Series in South-West Africa196467, 95-109. Abstract
Flores GOn the age of the Lupata rocks, lower Zambezi River, Mozambique196467, 111-118. Abstract
Cox K GStructural evolution of the Masukwe Complex, Nuanetsi Igneous Province, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196467, 119-128. Abstract
Clark A HA note on the confining pressures during sulphide deposition, "J-Lines" ore-body, Sanyati Copper Mine, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196467, 129-131. Abstract
Rust I C; Theron J NSome aspects of the Table Mountain Series near Vanrhynsdorp196467, 133-137. Abstract
Koen G MRounded platinoid grains in the Witwatersrand banket196467, 139-147. Abstract
Bortlepp R JNsutite (battery grade manganese dioxide) from the Western Transvaal196467, 149-161. Abstract
Wright J AGully pattern and development in wave-cut bedrock shelves north of the Orange River mouth, South-West Africa196467, 163-171. Abstract
Eales H VMineralogy and petrology of the Empress nickel-copper deposit, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196467, 173-201. Abstract
Mountain E DOverturned cross-bedding in Witteberg Quartzite196467, 203-209. Abstract
Hendriks L PQuantitative evidence of the alteration of zircon grains in the Dominion Reef196467, 211-217. Abstract
Verwoerd W JThe significance of fenitised granite-pegmatites in the Spitskop Complex196467, 219-226. Abstract
Middlemost E A KPetrology of the plutonic and dyke rocks of the southeastern Richtersveld196467, 227-261. Abstract
Verwoerd W JStratigraphic classification: a critical review196467, 263-282. Abstract
Kent L EThe status of geology and of the geological profession in South Africa. [Inaugural address by the President]196568, xviii-lxi. Abstract
Jacobsen J B EObservations on mineral deposits of the Lomagundi and Urungwe Districts, Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196568, 1-12. Abstract
Vail J RAspects of the stratigraphy and the structure of the Umkondo System in the Manica belt of Southern Rhodesia and Mozambique, and an outline of the regional geology. [Zimbabwe, Mozambique].196568, 13-30. Abstract
Abbott D; Ferguson JThe Losberg intrusion, Fochville, Transvaal196568, 31-52. Abstract
Middlemost E A KUltramafic rocks of the south-eastern Richtersveld.196568, 53-60. Abstract
Coetzee FDistribution and grain-size of gold, uraninite, pyrite and certain other heavy minerals in gold-bearing reefs of the Witwatersrand Basin196568, 61-88. Abstract
Moore AThe north Gap Dyke of the Transkei196568, 89-120. Abstract
Cousins C ADisconformities in the Main Reef zone of the Witwatersrand System, and their bearing on reef correlation, with particular reference to the East, Central and West Witwatersrand196568, 121-142. Abstract
Olivier H JThe tectonics of the upper division of the Witwatersrand System in the Loraine area of the Orange Free State gold-field196568, 143-175. Abstract
Siedner GStructure and evolution of the Paresis igneous complex, South-West Africa196568, 177-201. Abstract
Tyrwhitt D S; Koen G MObservations on some Neogene sands in the eastern part of the Southern Province of Tanganyika196568, 203-209. Abstract
Handley J R FGeneral geological succession on the farm Klein Aub 350 and environs, Rehoboth District, South-West Africa196568, 211-224. Abstract
Snyman C PPossible biogenetic structures in Witwatersrand thucholite196568, 225-235. Abstract
Ackermann K J; Branscombe K C; Hawkes J R; Tidy A J LThe geology of some beryl Pegmatites in Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe].196669, 1-38. Abstract
Drysdall A R; Weller R KKaroo sedimentation in Northern Rhodesia. [Zambia].196669, 39-69. Abstract
Vail J RDembe-Divula, a Late-Karoo granite-gabbro ring-complex in the Nuanetsi igneous province in Southern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe].196669, 71-85. Abstract
Middlemost EThe genesis of the Stinkfontein Formation196669, 87-98. Abstract
McIver J ROrthopyroxene-bearing granitic rocks from southern Natal196669, 99-117. Abstract
De Jager F S JA post-mineralization strike-fault along a limb of a multiple cymoid structure in a Transvaal lead-silver mine196669, 119-126. Abstract
Coetzee C BAn ancient volcanic vent on Boschplaat 396 in the Bloemfontein District, Orange Free State196669, 127-137. Abstract
Poldervaart AArchaean charnockitic adamellite phacoliths in the Keimoes-Kakamas region, Cape Province, South Africa196669, 139-154. Abstract
Schidlowski MSome observations on radioactive blasting haloes and radioactive corrosion phenomena in conglomerates from the Orange Free State gold-field196669, 155-159. Abstract
Kolbe PGeochemical investigation of the Cape granite, south-western Cape Province, South Africa196669, 161-199. Abstract
King L CAn extensive marine Pliocene formation in Natal and Moambique: its geomorphological implications196669, 201-210. Abstract
Mallick D I JThe stratigraphy and the structural development of the Mpande Dome, Southern Zambia.196669, 211-230. Abstract
Workman D RAspects of the metamorphism of the Lomagundi System in northern Lomagundi District, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196669, 231-248. Abstract
Fleischer V DRelation between folding, mineralization and sub-Katanga topography at Mufulira Mine, Zambia.196770, 1-14. Abstract
Rhodes R C; Leith M JLithostratigraphic zones in the Table Mountain Series of Natal196770, 15-28. Abstract
Botha B J VExpansion-folds in the Beaufort Series196770, 29-33. Abstract
Edge R AThe thallium content of some South African basic rocks196770, 35-37. Abstract
Matthews P EThe Pre-Karoo formations of the White Umfolozi inlier, northern Natal.196770, 39-63. Abstract
Schidlowski MNote on the graphite in the Witwatersrand conglomerates.196770, 65-66. Abstract
Dowsett J S; Reid N TAn exploration programme for nickel and copper in the differentiated intrusives of East Griqualand and Pondoland196770, 67-80. Abstract
Truswell J FA critical review of stratigraphic terminology as applied in South Africa196770, 81-116. Abstract
Middlemost EPetrology of the Bremen granite-syenite complex, South-West Africa196770, 117-134. Abstract
McCarthy M JStratigraphical and sedimentological evidence from the Durban region of major sea-level movements since the late-Tertiary196770, 135-165. Abstract
Flores GRecent trends in petroleum exploration in Southern Africa196770, 167-175. Abstract
Slater DA correlation of the Gairezi Series with the Umkondo System, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196770, 177-187. Abstract
Haughton S HA look at ourselves [Presidential Inaugural Address]196770, lii-lxiii. Abstract
Phaup A EObituary - Major B. Lightfoot M.C., O.B.E., M.A.196770, lxxi-lxxv. Abstract
Whiteside H C MThe story of uranium - Presidential Inaugural Address [for the year 1966].196771, xiii-xx. Abstract
Wasserstein BA new approach to the relative age determinations of uraninites and thorianites196771, xliv-xlv. Abstract
Simpson E S WMarine geology: Progress and problems. [Presidential address]196871, xcvii-cxi, 3 pl. Abstract
Hiemstra S AThe mineralogy and petrology of the uraniferous conglomerate of the Dominion Reefs Mine, Klerksdorp area.196871(1),1-65, 11 pl. Abstract
Hiemstra S AThe geochemistry of the uraniferous conglomerate of the Dominion Reefs Mine, Klerksdorp area.196871(1), 67-100, 1 pl. Abstract
Botha B J VThe stratigraphy of the Red Beds Stage, Karoo System, at Elliott, C.P.196871(1), 101-118, 2 pl., map. Abstract
Middlemost ENote on the soft-sediment deformational structures in the basal beds of the Table Mountain Series, Cape Town.196871(1), 119-120. Abstract
Slater DA note on high potash hornfelses in the Umkondo System of the North Inyanga area of Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe].196871(1), 121-126. Abstract
Downing B HSubsurface erosion as a geomorphological agent in Natal.196871(2), 131-134. Abstract
Frankel J JTertiary sediments in the lower Umfolosi River valley, Zululand.196871(2), 135-145. Abstract
Smale DThe occurrence of clinoptilolite in pan sediments in the Nata area, Northern Botswana.196871(2), 147-152. Abstract
Von Gruenewaldt GThe Rooiberg felsite north of Middelburg and its relation to the layered sequence of the Bushveld Complex.196871(2), 153-172. Abstract
Zagt SPetrofabric analysis of the Magaliesberg Quartzite near Pretoria and hardness and rounding tests on quartz in this connection.196871(3), 173-200, 1 pl. Abstract
De Villiers J SA contribution to the geology of the chromitite seams occurring in the southern sector of the eastern part of the Bushveld Complex.196871(3), 203-208. Abstract
Ruddock ACainozoic sea-levels and diastrophism in a region bordering Algoa Bay.196871(3), 209-233. Abstract
Tweedie K A MThe stratigraphy and sedimentary structures of the Kimberley Shales in the Evander Goldfield, Eastern Transvaal, South Africa196871(3), 235-256. Abstract
Matthews P E; Scharrer R HA graded unconformity at the base of the Early Precambrian Pongola System196871(3), 257-271. Abstract
Gay N CThe composition of gold from the Barberton mountain Land.196871(3), 273-290. Abstract
Hawthorne J BKimberlite sills.196871(3), 291-311, 12 pl. Abstract
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Phaup A EIntroduction: Symposium on the Rhodesian Basement Complex. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 3-7. Abstract
Pretorius D A; Hempkins W BStatistical moments of the frequency distribution of Rhodesian gold mineralization in time and space: a preliminary analysis. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 9-19. Abstract
Viewing K ARegional geochemistry and the Rhodesian Basement Complex. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 21-32, 3 pl. Abstract
Goldberg INotes on the relationship between gold ores and structures in Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]. [Abstr.]196871, Annex, p. 33. Abstract
Pretorius D A; Hempkins W BTrend surface analysis of patterns of gold production from the Rhodesian Basement between 1898 and 1932: a first approach. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 35-45. Abstract
Vail J ROrogenic deformation and the Archaean craton of Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe].196871, Annex, 47-51. Abstract
Stowe C WIntersecting fold trends in the Rhodesian Basement Complex south and west of Selukwe.[Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 53-78, 3 pl. Abstract
Wiles J WSome aspects of the metamorphism of the Basement Complex in the Sipolilo District. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 79-88, 1 pl. Abstract
Bliss N WAn outline of the geology, structure and gold mineralization in the Gatooma area. [Abstr.] [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 89-90. Abstract
Stowe C WThe fissure pattern and mineralization in the Mont D'or area, Selukwe, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 91-102, 5 pl. Abstract
Jordan J NGround-water in the Rhodesian Basement Complex. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 103-111. Abstract
Harrison N MA re-assessment of the stratigraphy of the Precambrian Basement Complex around Que Que, Gwelo District, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 113-123, map. Abstract
Robertson I D MGranulite metamorphism of the Basement Complex in the Limpopo metamorphic zone. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 125-133. Abstract
Mehliss A T MThe geology of the Indarama gold-antimony mine, Sebakwe area, Que Que, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 135-146, 3 pl. Abstract
Ward J H WGeological aspects of the Patchway Gold Mine, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 147-158. Abstract
Macgregor B I; Bliss N WThe Barton Farm Magnesite Mine deposit, Gatooma, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 159-174. Abstract
Wilson J FThe Mashaba Igneous Complex and its subsequent deformation. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 175-188, 6 pl. Abstract
Oldham J WA short note on the recent geological mapping of the Shabani area. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 189-194. Abstract
Laubscher D HThe origin and occurrence of chrysotile asbestos in the Shabani and Mashaba areas, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 195-204, 7 pl. Abstract
Bliss N WThe need for a revised stratigraphic nomenclaturein the Precambrian of Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 205-213. Abstract
Newton A RCorrelation and nomenclature in the Precambrian. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 215-224. Abstract
Anhaeusser C A; Roering C; Viljoen M J; Viljoen R PThe Barberton Mountain Land: a model of the elements and evolution of an Archaean fold belt. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 225-254, 3 pl. Abstract
Engel A E JThe Barberton Mountain Land: clues to the differentiation of the earth. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 255-270. Abstract
Sharpe J W NSumming up of Symposium. [Zimbabwe]196871, Annex, 271-275. Abstract
Davies D NA review of the development and utilisation of South Africa's mineral resources. [Presidential address]196972, xiii-xx. Abstract
Haughton S HObituary - Louis Taylor Nel, D.Sc., F.G.S. (1895-1968).196972, xxviii-xxxii. Abstract
Mathias MObituary - Frederick Walker, 1898-1968.196972, xxxiii-xxxvi. Abstract
Green DInterrelationship of the stratigraphy of the Karroo System in the Republic of Botswana and South-West Africa.196972, 1-7. Abstract
Van Niekerk C B; Burger A JA note on the minimum age of the acid lava of the Onverwacht Series of the Swaziland System.196972, 9-21. Abstract
De Waal S AOn the origin of hydrogrossularite and other calcium silicates in serpentinites.196972, 23-27. Abstract
Theron J NThe Baviaanskloof Range - a South African nappe.196972, 29-30. Abstract
Hunter D RAn occurrence of the Dwyka Series near Goedgegun, southern Swaziland.196972, 31-35. Abstract
Van Niekerk C B; Burger A JLead isotopic data relating to the age of the Dominion Reef lava.196972, 38-45. Abstract
Rilett M H POn the Patella reported from Kranskop, Natal.196972, 47-48. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RA comparison of pebble and fold deformations in the Nelspruit granite contact aureole, Barberton Mountain Land.196972, 49-60. Abstract
Ferguson JCompositional variation in minerals from mafic rocks of the Bushveld Complex196972, 61-78. Abstract
Vail J R; Dodson M HGeochronology of Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]196972, 79-113. Abstract
Greenman LThe Elizabeth Bay Formation, Lüderitz, and its bearing on the genesis of dolomite. [Namibia]196972, 115-121. Abstract
Bourdon M; Magnier PNotes on the Tertiary fossils at Birbury, Cape Province196972, 123-125. Abstract
Kröner AThe correlation of the Pre-Cape sediments in the Vanrhynsdorp region, Cape Province196972, 127-150. Abstract
Truswell J F; Ryan P JA flysch facies in the Lower Ecca Group of the southern Karroo and a portion of the Transkei196972, 151-158. Abstract
Ackermann P BSome trends in the development of the Geological Society of South Africa. [Address by the President]197073, xx-xlii. Abstract
Flores GSuggested origin of the Mozambique Channel197073, 1-16. Abstract
Fatti J L; Du Toit J J LA regional reflection-seismic line in the Karroo basin near Beaufort West.197073, 17-28. Abstract
Saager RStructures in pyrite from the Basal Reef in the Orange Free State Goldfield197073, 29-48. Abstract
Siesser W GCarbonate components and mineralogy of the South African coastal limestones and limestones of the Agulhas Bank197073, 49-63. Abstract
McIver J R; Gevers T WVolcanic vents below the Royal Society Range, Central Victoria Land, Antarctica197073, 65-88. Abstract
Minter W E L; Toens P DExperimental simulation of gold deposition in gravel beds197073, 89-98. Abstract
Von Gottberg BThe occurrence of Dwyka rocks and glacial topography in the south-western Transvaal197073, 99-106. Abstract
Hunter D RThe Ancient Gneiss Complex in Swaziland197073, 107-150. Abstract
King L CUloa Revisited - A review of the essential data from this classic locality, and a statement of Tertiary History of the Zululand Coastal Area197073, 151-157. Abstract
Willemse J; Frick CRiver-capture and the influence of faults on the geomorphology in the catchment area of the Steelpoort River in the Eastern Transvaal197073, 159-171. Abstract
Crockett R NThe rocks of the Ventersdorp System of the Lobatse and Ramotswa areas, Republic of Botswana; their possible origins and regional correlations197174, 1-24. Abstract
Ferguson J; Fripp R E PDifferentiation of the Losberg Intrusion, Fochville, Transvaal197174, 25-31. Abstract
Van Zijl J S V; Huyssen R M JSome aspects of seismic refraction investigations for water in arid zones of South Africa.197174, 33-43. Abstract
Janse A J AMonticellite bearing porphyritic peridotite from Gross Brukkaros, South West Africa197174, 45-55. Abstract
Leith M J; Rhodes R CGranitic rocks in the Basement Complex around Mapumulo, Natal, in the light of zircon studies197174, 57-68. Abstract
Kröner A; Germs G J BA re-interpretation of the Numees-Nama contact at Aussenkjer, South West Africa197174, 69-74. Abstract
Bosch J LThe petrology of some kimberlite occurrences in the Barkly West District, cape Province197174, 75-102. Abstract
McGowran B; Moore A CA reptilian tooth and Upper Cretaceous microfossils from the Lower Quarry at Needs Camp, South Africa197174, 103-105. Abstract
Stratten TDiscussion: "The occurrence of Dwyka rocks and glacial topography in the south-western Transvaal" by B. von Gottberg (Trans. Geol. Soc. S. Afr. 73, Part II, 99-196) and the author's reply to discussion197174, 107-108. Abstract
Van Eeden O RDiscussion: "Suggested origin of the Mozambique Channel" by G. Flores (Trans., 73, 1, 1-16) and the author's reply to discussion197174, 109-110. Abstract
South African Code of Stratigraphic Terminology and Nomenclature197174, 111-131. Abstract
Bliss N WThe Deweras Group between the Umfuli and Umniati Rivers, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]197174, 133-147. Abstract
Newton A RThe uses of photogeology - a review197174, 149-171. Abstract
Dingle R VTertiary sedimentary history of the continental shelf off southern Cape Province, South Africa197174, 173-186. Abstract
Visser J N JThe deposition of the Griquatown glacial member of the Transvaal Supergroup.197174, 187-199. Abstract
Button AEarly Proterozoic algal stromatolites of the Pretoria Group, Transvaal Sequence197174, 201-210. Abstract
Crockett R NSome aspects of post-Transvaal System tectogenesis in southeastern Botswana with particular reference to the Lobatse and Ramotswa areas197174, 211-235. Abstract
Van Tassel RA jarositic mineral on Permian coal from Ngwibi Mountains, northern Natal.197174, 237-238. Abstract
King L CGeomorphic Significance of the late Cretaceous limestones at Needs Camp, near East London197275, 1-3. Abstract
Wurzel PRadioisotopes in underground water investigations in Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]197275, 5-10. Abstract
Rhodes R C; Krohn D HTectonic control over regional geochemical variation in the Karoo basaltic province of Southern Africa197275, 11-21. Abstract
Bisschoff A ATholeiitic intrusions in the Vredefort Dome.197275, 23-30. Abstract
Bisschoff A AThe dioritic rocks of the Vredefort Dome.197275, 31-45. Abstract
Joubert P; Kröner AThe Stinkfontein Formation south of the Richtersveld197275, 47-54. Abstract
Turner B RSilica diagenesis in the Molteno sandstone197275, 55-66. Abstract
Truswell J F; Browde SX-ray radiographs of some South African rocks197275, 67-70. Abstract
Fatti J LThe influence of dolerite sheets on reflection seismic profiling in the Karroo Basin.197275, 71-75. Abstract
Wagener G FSuggestions for the revision of the existing Witwatersrand stratigraphic classification and nomenclature197275, 77-84. Abstract
Eriksson K ACyclic sedimentation in the Malmani Dolomite, Potchefstroom Synclinorium.197275, 85-95. Abstract
Truswell J F; Eriksson K AThe morphology of stromatolites from the Transvaal Dolomite northwest of Johannesburg, South Africa197275, 99-110. Abstract
Visser J N JDie Kaap supergroep in 'n diep boorgat wes Van Graaff-Reinet197275, 111-119. Abstract
Von Gruenewaldt GThe origin of the roof-rocks of the Bushveld Complex between Tauteshoogte and Paardekop in the eastern Transvaal197275, 121-134. Abstract
De Waal S AThe Bushveld granites in the Zaaiplaats area197275, 135-144. Abstract
Bond GMilestones in Rhodesian palaeontology (1901-1971). [Presidential address] [Zimbabwe]197275, 149-158. Abstract
King LPliocene marine fossils from the Alexandria Formation in the Paterson District, eastern Cape Province, and their geomorphic Significance197275, 159-160. Abstract
Jansen HDiscussion: "Some aspects of post-Transvaal System tectogenesis in south-eastern Botswana with particular reference to the Lobatse and Ramotswa areas, by R.N. Crockett (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr. 1971, 74, p. 211-235), and Author's reply.197275, 161-163. Abstract
Prins PA thermal aureole around the Homeep East mafic body, around the Homeep East mafic body, Namaqualand197275, 165-175. Abstract
Siesser W GPetrology of the Cainozoic coastal limestones of the Cape Province, South Africa197275, 177-185. Abstract
Fripp R E P; Gay N CSome structural aspects of the Hospital Hill Series on the north-central margin of the Witwatersrand Basin.197275, 187-196. Abstract
Olivier H JGeohydrological investigation of the flooding at Shaft 2, Orange-Fish Tunnel, north-eastern Cape Province.197275, 197-224. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RThe geology of the Jamestown Hills area of the Barberton Mountain Land, South Africa.197275, 225-264. Abstract
Visser J N J; Grobler N JThe transition beds at the base of the Dolomite Series in the northern Cape Province197275, 265-274. Abstract
Crockett R NThe Transvaal System in Botswana: its geotectonic and depositional environment and special problems197275, 275-291. Abstract
Hunter D RA note on five new chemical analyses of biotites from Swaziland197275, 293-294. Abstract
Siesser W GEnvironmental discrimination of coastal limestones by conventional and electron microscopic methods197275, 295-298. Abstract
Truswell, J.F.Bedding plane classification, and the term lamination197275, 299-300. Abstract
Stratten, T.Regional significance of new Dwyka glaciation directions from Taung, Cape Province197275, 301-306. Abstract
Fey PNote on an occurrence of Danburite in the Damara System of South West Africa197275, 307-309. Abstract
Frankel J JShark teeth in the Tertiary of Zululand197275, 311-312. Abstract
McIver J RHornblendite from Bon Accord, Pretoria, and a possible komatiite equivalent197275, 313-315. Abstract
Lock B ETertiary limestones at Needs Camp, near East London.197376(1), 1-7. Abstract
Frick CThe "sill phase" and the "chill zone" of the Bushveld Igneous Complex197376(1), 7-14. Abstract
Button AThe depositional history of the Wolkberg proto-basin, Transvaal197376(1), 15-25. Abstract
Bisschoff A AThe petrology of some mafic and Peralkaline intrusions in the Vredefort Dome, South Africa197376(1), 27-52. Abstract
Von Gruenewaldt GThe Modified Differentiation Index and the Modified Crystallization Index as parameters of differentiation in layered intrusions197376(1), 53-61. Abstract
Hunter D ROn some potassium feldspars in the Precambrian granitic rocks of Swaziland197376(1), 63-73. Abstract
Lenthall D HA proposed nomenclature system for the granophyres associated with the Bushveld Complex.197376(1), 75-76. Abstract
Cousins C ANotes on the geochemistry of the platinum group elements197376(1), 77-81. Abstract
Cousins C A; Iannello PDiscussion: "The origin of the roof-rocks of the Bushveld Complex between Tauteshoogte and Paardekop in the Eastern Transvaal" by G. von Gruenewaldt (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 1972, 75, 121-134)197376(1), 83-84. Abstract
Frick CKimberlitic ilmenites197376(2), 85-94. Abstract
Kennedy W J; Kauffman E G; Klinger H CUpper Cretaceous invertebrate faunas from Durban, South Africa.197376(2), 95-111. Abstract
Talbot C JThe geology at the eastern end of the Zambezi orogenic belt, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]197376(2), 113-133. Abstract
Cooks JSome morphometric properties of the Umbilo River drainage basin197376(2), 135-143. Abstract
Newton A RA gravity-folding model for the Cape Fold-belt197376(2), 145-152. Abstract
Bowes D R; Skinner W R; Skinner D LPetrochemistry of the Stillwater Igneous Complex, Montana197376(2), 153-163. Abstract
Whiteside H C MObituary: Byron Britton Brock 1904-1972197376(2), 165-167. Abstract
Lock B EDistal turbidites from the Middle Ecca.197376(2), 169-171. Abstract
Cousins C ADiscussion: "Cyclic sedimentation in the Malmani dolomite, Potchefstroom Synclinorium" by K.A. Eriksson (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 75, Part 2, 85-98) and author's reply to discussion197376(2), p. 173. Abstract
Lenthall D H; Ianello PDiscussion: "The Bushveld granites in the Zaaiplaats area" by S.A. de Waal (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 75, 135-148)197376(2), 175-177. Abstract
De Waal S AAuthor's reply to discussion of "The Bushveld granites in the Zaaiplaats area" by S.A. de Waal (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 75, 135-148)197376(2), 177-179. Abstract
Cousins C ADiscussion: "Suggestions for the revision of the existing Witwatersrand stratigraphic classification and nomenclature" by G.F. Wagener (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 75, Part 2, 77-84), and the author's reply to discussion197376(3), 181-182. Abstract
Mayer J JMorphotectonic development of the Harts River Valley in relation to the Griqualand-Transvaal axis and the Vaal and Molopo Rivers.197376(3), 183-194. Abstract
Frick CIntergrowths of orthopyroxene and ilmenite from Frank Smith Minec near Barkly West, South Africa197376(3), 195-200. Abstract
Van Eeden O RThe correlation of the subdivisions of the Karroo system197376(3), 201-206. Abstract
Von Gruenewaldt GThe Main and Upper zones of the Bushveld Complex in the Roossenekal area, Eastern Transvaal.197376(3), 207-227. Abstract
Button AThe stratigraphic history of the Malmani Dolomite in the eastern and north-eastern Transvaal197376(3), 229-247. Abstract
Ferguson JThe Pilanesberg alkaline province, Southern Africa197376(3), 249-270. Abstract
Summerhayes C PDistribution, origin, and economic potential of phosphatic sediments from the Agulhas Bank, South Africa197376(3), 271-277. Abstract
Anhaeusser C R; Button AA petrographic and mineragraphic study of the copper-bearing formations in the Witvlei area, South West Africa197376(3), 279-299. Abstract
Gurney J J; Ahrens L HThe zinc content of some ultramafic and basic rocks197376(3), 301-307. Abstract
Hobday D KMiddle Ecca deltaic deposits in the Muden-Tugela Ferry area of Natal197376(3), 309-318. Abstract
Champion A TThe occurrence of an uranium mineral of the metazeunerite type in the Albert Silver Mine197376(3), 319-320. Abstract
Eales H V; Booth P W KThe Birds River Gabbro Complex, Dordrecht district.197477 (1), 1-15. Abstract
Van Biljon STransformation and deformation of the Pretoria Series in the south-western part of the Bushveld Complex197477 (1), 17-29. Abstract
Frick CTen kimberlites from Pofadder, Namaqualand, South Africa197477 (1), 31-36. Abstract
Eales H VThe occurrence and geological significance of quartz paramorphs after tridymite in the north-eastern Cape197477 (1), 37-51. Abstract
De Swardt A M J; Fletcher O; Toschek PNote on orogenic style in the Cape fold-belt197477 (1), 53-57. Abstract
Stratten TNotes on the application of shape parameters to differentiate between beach and river deposits in Southern Africa197477 (1), 59-64. Abstract
Cabri L JSome observations on the geochemistry of the Platinum-Group Elements197477 (1), 65-67. Abstract
Marker M EA note on the occurrence of Karoo sediments near Pretoria and its relevance to the dating of karst weathering197477 (1), 69-70. Abstract
Crampton DA note on the age of the Matsap Formation of the Northern Cape Province197477 (1), 71-72. Abstract
Darracott B WA gravity survey of the Seronera Greenschist Belt, Tanzania197477 (2), 73-77. Abstract
Darracott B WA Precambrian Lacolithic Intrusion at Mara, Northern Tanzania, revealed by gravity and magnetic surveys197477 (2), 79-84. Abstract
Snyman C PPossible classification parameters of South African kimberlites197477 (2), 85-91. Abstract
Rhodes R CPetrochemical characteristics of Bushveld granite and Rooiberg felsite197477 (2), 93-98. Abstract
Button ALow-potash pillow basalts in the Pretoria Group, Transvaal Supergroup197477 (2), 99-104. Abstract
Porada H; Wittig ROn the Karroo age of a dacite porphyry dyke, Karibib District, S.W.A., formerly named "diorite porphyrite" and thought to be of Damaran age197477 (2), 105-108. Abstract
Elliot D H; Watts D RThe nature and origin of volcaniclastic material in some Karroo and Beacon rocks197477 (2), 109-111. Abstract
Martini J E J;On the presence of ash beds and volcanic fragments in the graywackes of the Karoo System in the southern Cape Province (South Africa)197477 (2), 113-116. Abstract
Lock B E; Paverd A L; Broderick T JStratigraphy of the Karoo volcanic rocks of the Barkly East District.197477 (2), 117-129. Abstract
Rowsell D M; De Swardt A M JSecondary leaching porosity in Middle Ecca sandstones.197477 (2), 131-140. Abstract
Hobday D K; Orme A RThe Port Durnford Formation: a major Pleistocene barrier-lagoon complex along the Zululand coast197477 (2), 141-149. Abstract
Cooks JDreineringsdigheid en stroomfrekwensie in die Umbilo- en Umhlatuzanarivierstelsels, Natal197477 (2), 151-158. Abstract
Söhnge P GSedimentary ore deposits: a review of research trends197477 (2), 159-168. Abstract
Frick C; Coetzee C BThe mineralogy and the petrology of the sillimanite deposits west of Pofadder, Namaqualand197477 (2), 169-183. Abstract
Lock B E; Paverd A L; Broderick T JStratigraphy of the Karroo volcanic rocks of the Barkly East District197477 (2), 177-129. Abstract
Tankard A JChemical composition of the phosphorites from the Langebaanweg-Saldanha area, Cape Province197477 (2), 185-190. Abstract
Bond G; Fernandes T R CScanning electron microscope applied to quartz grains from Kalahari type sands197477 (2), 191-199. Abstract
Lenthall D H; McCarthy T S; McIver J RA computer program for the construction of stereo-pairs of the CMAS tetrahedron197477 (2), 201-206. Abstract
Rhodes R CDiscussion on "A gravity-folding model of the Cape fold-belt" by A.R. Newton (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 76(2), 145-152), and the author's reply to discussion.197477 (2), 207-209. Abstract
Eriksson K A; Truswell J FStratotypes from the Malmani Subgroup north-west of Johannesburg, South Africa197477 (3), 211-222. Abstract
Hobday D K; Mathew DDepositional environment of the Cape Supergroup in the Transkei197477 (3), 223-227. Abstract
Visser J N JThe Table Mountain Group - a study in the deposition of quartz arenites on a stable shelf197477 (3), 229-237. Abstract
De Swardt A M J; Rowsell D MNote on the relationship between diagenesis and deformation in the Cape fold-belt197477 (3), 239-245. Abstract
Du Toit S R; Leith M JThe J(c)01 bore-hole on the continental shelf near Stanger, Natal197477 (3), 247-252. Abstract
Scrutton R A; Dingle R VBasement control over sedimentation on the Continental Margin west of Southern Africa197477 (3), 253-260. Abstract
Dingle R VAgulhas Bank phosphorites: A review of 100 years of investigation197477 (3), 261-264. Abstract
Tankard A JVarswater Formation of the Langebaanweg-Saldanha area, Cape Province197477 (3), 265-283. Abstract
Tankard A J, Krinsley D HDiagenetic surface textures on quartz grains - an application of scanning electron microscopy197477 (3), 285-289. Abstract
Grandstaff D EMicroprobe analyses of uranium and thorium in uraninite from the Witwatersrand, South Africa, and Blind River, Ontario, Canada197477 (3), 291-294. Abstract
Vajner VThe Doringberg fault and its relation to the post-Waterberg deformation197477 (3), 295-300. Abstract
Darracott B W; Kleywegt R JThe structure of the southern portion of the Lebombo Volcanic Belt deduced from gravity data197477 (3), 301-308. Abstract
De Swardt A M J; Bennet GStructural and physisographic development of Natal since the Late Jurassic197477 (3), 309-322. Abstract
Walraven FTectonism during the emplacement of the Bushveld Complex and the resulting fold Structures197477 (3), 323-328. Abstract
Molyneux T GA geological investigation of the Bushveld Complex in Sekhukhuneland and part of the Steelpoort valley197477 (3), 329-338. Abstract
Joubert PThe gneisses of Namaqualand and their deformation197477 (3), 339-345. Abstract
Shannon S S; Hugo P JSulphur-isotope studies of some sulphide deposits in central South-West Africa197477 (3), 347-351. Abstract
Gurney J JThe origin of kimberlite: modern concepts197477 (3), 353-361. Abstract
Miller R McGThe stratigraphic significance of the Naauwpoort Formation of east central Damaraland, South-West Africa197477 (3), 363-367. Abstract
Marchant J.W.Trace-fossils and tracks in the upper Table Mountain Group at Milner Peak, Cape Province197477 (3), 369-370. Abstract
Visser J N J; Loock J CThe nature of the Ecca - Beaufort transition in the western and central Orange Free State.197477 (3), 371-372. Abstract
Lock B E; Johnson M RA crystal tuff from the Ecca Group near Lake Mentz, eastern Cape Province.197477 (3), 373-374. Abstract
De Waal S A; Viljoen E A; Calk L CNickel minerals from Barberton, South Africa: VII. Bonaccordite, the nickel analogue of ludwigite.197477 (3), p. 375. Abstract
Cooper M RDiscussion on "The correlation of the subdivisions of the Karroo System" by Van Eeden, O.R.(Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr. 76, 201-206, 1973), and the author's reply to the discussion.197477 (3), 377-380. Abstract
Jansen HDiscussion on "The Pilanesberg alkaline province, Southern Africa" by J. Ferguson (Trans. geol. Soc.S.Afr., 76, Part 3, 249-170), and the author's reply to discussion.197477 (3), 381-382. Abstract
Williams EDiscussion on "Notes on the application of shape parameters to differentiate between beach and river deposits in Southern Africa" by T. Stratten (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 77, Part 1, 59-64), and the author's reply to discussion.197477 (3), 383-384. Abstract
Newton A RDiscussion on "Note orogenic style in the Cape fold-belt" by A.M.J. de Swardt, O. Fletcher and P. Toschek (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 77(1), 53-57), and the authors' reply to discussion.197477 (3), 385-388. Abstract
Crockett R N; Jones M TSome aspects of the geology of the Waterberg System in eastern Botswana197578 (1), 1-10. Abstract
Frick CThe geology and the petrology of the Kaffirskraal Igneous Complex197578 (1), 11-23. Abstract
Jansen HPrecambrian basins on the Transvaal craton and their sedimentological and structural features197578 (1), 25-33. Abstract
Gallagher M JComposition of some Rhodesian lithium-berullium pegmatites. [Zimbabwe]197578 (1), 35-41. Abstract
Kingsley C SA new stratigraphic classification implying a lithofacies change in the Table Mountain Sandstone in southern Natal197578 (1), 43-55. Abstract
Jones D L; Robertson I D M; McFadden P LA palaeomagnetic study of Precambrian Dyke swarms associated with the Great Dyke of Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]197578 (1), 57-65. Abstract
Germs G J BSilicification structures from the Upper Otavi Group, and the significance of chert in this unit197578 (1), 67-70. Abstract
Rhodes R CBushveld granophyre in the Stavoren tin district, Transvaal197578 (1), 71-74. Abstract
Hobday D K; Tavener-Smith R; Mathew DMarkov analysis and the recognition of palaeoenvironments in the Ecca Group near Vryheid Natal.197578 (1), 75-82. Abstract
Tickell S JBraided river deposits in the Waterberg Supergroup197578 (1), 83-88. Abstract
De Bruiyn H; Rhodes R CA new variety of Bushveld granite in the Dennilton area, Transvaal197578 (1), 89-95. Abstract
Schoch A E; Leygonie F E; Burger A JU-Pb ages for Cape granites from the Saldanha batholith - a preliminary report197578 (1), 97-100. Abstract
Maud R R; Orr W NAspects of post-Karoo geology in the Richards Bay area197578 (1), 101-109. Abstract
Ferguson J; McIver J R; Danchin R VFenitisation associated with the alkaline-carbonatite complex of Epembe, South-West Africa.197578 (1), 111-121. Abstract
Darracott B WThe interpretation of the gravity-anomaly over the Barberton Mountain Land, South Africa197578 (1), 123-128. Abstract
Jansen HThe Soutpansberg trough (northern Transvaal) - an aulacogen197578 (1), 129-136. Abstract
Watson M D; Snyman C PThe geology and the mineralogy of the fluorite deposits at the Buffalo fluorspar mine on Buffelsfontein, 347 KR, Naboomspruit District197578 (1), 137-151. Abstract
Jacobsen J B E; McCarthy T SPossible late Karroo carbonatite and basalt intrusions at Messina, Transvaal197578 (1), 153-159. Abstract
Mountain E DThe geology of the Upper Dwyka Stage in Grahamstown197578 (1), 161-165. Abstract
Gasparrini E; Hiemstra S APaolovite (Pd2Sn) from the Atok Mine in the Merensky Reef197578 (1), 167-169. Abstract
Elliot D H; Watts D R"The nature and origin of volcaniclastic material in some Karroo and Beacon rocks"197578 (1), p. 171. Abstract
Button AA paleocurrent study of the Dwaal Heuvel Formation, Transvaal Supergroup197578 (2), 173-183. Abstract
De Bruiyn HPhenocryst analysis: A technique for determining the origin of granophyre in the Bushveld Complex197578 (2), 185-190. Abstract
Meinster B; Tickell S JPrecambrian aeolian deposits in the Waterberg Supergroup197578 (2), 191-199. Abstract
Frick CThe Phalaborwa syenite intrusions197578 (2), 201-213. Abstract
Marsh J SThe Lüderitz alkaline province, South-West Africa. I. Descriptive petrology of the Granitberg foyaite Complex. [Namibia]197578 (2), 215-224. Abstract
Marsh J SThe Lüderitz alkaline province, South-West Africa. II. Metasomatism and assimilation in the contact aureole of the Granitberg foyaite complex. [Namibia]197578 (2), 225-233. Abstract
Moore A CThe petrography and the regional setting of the Tantalite Valley Complex, South-West Africa. [Namibia]197578 (2), 235-249. Abstract
Bahnemann K PGarnets as possible indicators of metamorphic grade in the Limpopo folded belt near Messina in the northern Transvaal.197578 (2), 251-256. Abstract
Tankard A JThe marine Neogene Saldanha Formation.197578 (2), 257-264. Abstract
Anderson A MTurbidites and arthropod trackways in the Dwyka glacial deposits (Early Permian) of Southern Africa.197578 (2), 265-273. Abstract
Von Backstrom J WPresidential address 1974/75. Uranium and the generation of power, a South African prospective197578 (2), 275-292. Abstract
Antrobus E S APresidential address 1973/74 presented at the XV Congress of the society at Bloemfontein, April 1973. Witwatersrand gold - what of the future?197578 (2), 293-311. Abstract
Coetzee FCoastal aeolianites at Black Rock, northern Zululand197578 (3), 313-322. Abstract
Coetzee FSolution pipes in coastal aeolianites of Zululand and Mozambique197578 (3), 323-333. Abstract
Buchanan D LThe petrography of the Bushveld Complex intersected by boreholes in the Bethal area197578 (3), 335-348. Abstract
Fey PThe geology of the Witvlei-Omitara area, South-West Africa197578 (3), 349-357. Abstract
Jacobsen J B E; Rex D C; Sevenster W JK-Ar ages of some mafic dykes from the Messina District, Transvaal and their bearing on the age of copper mineralization197578 (3), 359-360. Abstract
Siesser W GDolostone at Saldanha Bay: Evidence for Pleistocene Dessication197578 (3), 361-365. Abstract
Miller R McGNotes on the revised map of the geology around Knysna197578 (3), p. 367. Abstract
Darracott B WShort note on the choice of a "2D" or "3D" model in gravity interpretation197578 (3), 369-370. Abstract
Darracott B WA note on the "Bushveld line of intrusions"197578 (3), 371-372. Abstract
Tankard A JVarswater Formation of the Langebaanweg-Saldanha area, Cape Province197578 (3), 373-375. Abstract
Button AStratigraphy and relations of the Bushveld floor in the eastern Transvaal197679 (1), 3-12. Abstract
Walraven FNotes on the late-stage history of the western Bushveld Complex197679 (1), 13-21. Abstract
Walraven F; Darracott B WQuantitative interpretation of a gravity profile across the western Bushveld Complex197679 (1), 22-26. Abstract
Potgieter C D; Visser J N JPrecambrian ignimbrites and associated volcaniclastics from the Herbert District, northern Cape Province197679 (1), 27-30. Abstract
Winter H De La RA lithostratigraphic classification of the Ventersdorp succession197679 (1), 31-48. Abstract
Grobler N J; Emslie D PStromatolitic limestone and chert in the Ventersdorp Supergroup at the T'Kuip Hills area and surroundings, Britstown District, South Africa197679 (1), 49-52. Abstract
Grobler N J; Botha B J VPillow-lavas and hyaloclastite in the Ongeluk Andesite Formation in a road- cutting west of Griquatown, South Africa197679 (1), 53-57. Abstract
Geringer G J; Botha B J VThe quartz porphyry-granite relation in rocks of the Koras Formation west of Upington in the Gordonia District197679 (1), 58-60. Abstract
Engelbrecht J PMeta-sediments of the Pretoria Group in the Enzelsberg area, Marico District197679 (1), 61-75. Abstract
Buchanan D LThe sulphide and oxide assemblages in the Bushveld Complex rocks of the Bethal area197679 (1), 76-80. Abstract
Rowsell D.M., De Swardt A.M.J.Diagenesis in Cape and Karroo sediments, South Africa, and its bearing on their hydrocarbon potential197679 (1), 81-145. Abstract
King L CDiscussion: Comment upon two papers concerning the geomorphology of Natal. (a) Structure and physiographic development of Natal since the late Jurassic by A.M.J. de Swardt, G. Bennet, (b) The J(c)-1 Borehole on the continental shelf near Stanger, Natal.197679 (1), 149-151. Abstract
The South African Committee For StratigraphyThe South African Code of Stratigraphic Terminology and Nomenclature: Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr. Vol. 74 (1971). Corrections and comments.197679 (1), p. 152. Abstract
Van Biljon W JGoud is nie waar dit gevind word nie. 'n Oorsig van die struktuur, gesteentes en ertsafsettings van die Transvaal197679 (2), 155-167. Abstract
Marsh J SThe Luderitz Alkaline Province, South-West Africa, III: The Pomona and Drachenberg Syenite Complexes. [Namibia]197679 (2), 168-176. Abstract
Button AHalite casts in the Umkondo System, Southeastern Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe].197679 (2), 177-178. Abstract
Hughes C JParental magma of the Great Dyke of Rhodesia - voluminous late archaean high magnesium basalt. [Zimbabwe]197679 (2), 179-182. Abstract
Rhodes R C; Du Plessis M DNotes on some stratigraphic relations in the Rooiberg felsite197679 (2), 183-185. Abstract
Botha B.J.V., Hodgson F.D.I.Karoo dolerites in north-western Damaraland197679 (2), 186-190. Abstract
Wallace R CNote on some of the mafic ejecta from the Pretoria saltpan197679 (2), 191-196. Abstract
McLachlan I R; McMillan I KReview and stratigraphic significance of southern Cape Mesozoic palaeontology197679 (2), 197-212. Abstract
Haack U; Hoffer EK/Ar ages of biotites from the Damara-orogen, South-West Africa197679 (2), 213-216. Abstract
Markgraaff JPyroxenes of the western Bushveld Complex, South Africa197679 (2), 217-224. Abstract
Prins D; Bosch J L; Van Den Heever J LCoal exploration - the rational interpretations of exploration data as a prime requisite for reporting and responsible decision making197679 (2), 225-231. Abstract
Kröner A; Blignault H JTowards a definition of some tectonic and igneous provinces in western South Africa and southern South-West Africa197679 (2), 232-238. Abstract
Schoch A E; Burger A JU-Pb zircon age of the Saldanha quartz porphyry, Western Cape Province197679 (2), 239-241. Abstract
Snyman C PDie petrografiese samestelling en die ontstaan van steenkool, veral met verwysing na Suid-Afrikaanse steenkool197679 (2), 242-252. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RThe geology of the Sheba Hills area of the Barberton Mountain Land, South Africa, with particular reference to the Eureka Syncline197679 (2), 253-280. Abstract
Jansen HThe Waterberg and Soutpansberg Groups in the Blouberg area, Northern Transvaal197679 (2), 281-291. Abstract
Birch G.F.Surficial sediments of Saldanha Bay and Langebaan Lagoon197679 (3), 293-300. Abstract
Juckes L.M.A bone-bearing beachrock at Umbogintwini, Natal197679 (3), 301-303. Abstract
Botha B.J.V., Grobler N.J., Linstrom W., Smit L.A.Stratigraphic correlation between the Kheis and Matsap Formations and their relation to the Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex197679 (3), 304-311. Abstract
Jones J.P.Pegmatoidal nodules in the layered rocks of the Bafokeng Leasehold area197679 (3), 312-320. Abstract
McLachlan I.R., McMillan I.K., Brenner P.W.Micro-palaeontological study of the Cretaceous Beds at Mbotyi and Mngazana, Transkei, South Africa197679 (3), 321-340. Abstract
McLachlan I R, Brenner P W, McMillan I KThe stratigraphy and micropalaeontology of the Cretaceous Brenton Formation and the PB-A/1 well, near Knysna, Cape Province197679 (3), 341-370. Abstract
De Villiers P.R., Visser J.N.J.The glacial beds of the Griqualand West Supergroup as revealed by four deep boreholes between Postmasburg and Sishen197780 (1), 1-8. Abstract
Watters B.R.The Sinclair Group: definition and regional correlation197780 (1), 9-16. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RGeological and geochemical investigations of the Roodekrans Ultramafic Complex and surrounding Archaean volcanic rocks, Krugersdorp District197780 (1), 17-28. Abstract
Cruickshank A R IThe Waterberg thrust fault in South-West Africa: is it a failed arm of a triple junction?197780 (1), 29-30. Abstract
Key R MThe geochronology of Botswana197780 (1), 31-42. Abstract
Lee C A; Reid A BA gravity survey of the Shawa Carbonatite Complex, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe].197780 (1), 43-45, 1 fig. Abstract
Lock B EDiscussion: "Precambrian ignimbrites and associated volcaniclastics from the Herbert district, northern Cape Province" by C.D. Potgieter and J.N.J. Visser (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr. 79(1), p. 27-30), and Author's reply to discussion.197780 (1), 47-48. Abstract
Buchanan D L.Cryptic variation in minerals from the Bushveld Complex rocks of the Bethal area197780 (2), 49-52. Abstract
Stear W.M.The stratigraphy and sedimentation of the Pretoria Group at Rooiberg, Transvaal197780 (2), 53-65. Abstract
Stear W.M.The stratabound tin-deposits and structure of the Rooiberg Fragment197780 (2), 67-78. Abstract
Stratten T.Conflicting directions of Dwyka ice flow in the western Cape Province and southern South-West Africa197780 (2), 78-86. Abstract
Vail J RFurther data on the alignment of basic igneous intrusive complexes in southern and eastern Africa197780 (2), 87-92. Abstract
Geringer G J; Botha B J VThe gneisses and regional structural pattern of the Namaqualand Mobile Belt in part of the Gordonia district, north-western Cape197780 (2), 93-95. Abstract
Jacob R.E., Kroner A.The stratigraphic position of supposed pre-Damara rocks in the Damara Belt south of the Brandberg, South-West Africa197780 (2), 97-99. Abstract
Botha B.J.V., Grobler N.J., Linstrom W., Smit C.A.Major structural features of the area between the Langeberg Range and Kenhardt, northern Cape Province197780 (2), 101-109. Abstract
Cadle A B; Hobday D KA subsurface investigation of the Middle Ecca and Lower Beaufort in northern Natal and the south-eastern Transvaal197780 (2), 111-115. Abstract
Marlow A G; Van Der Merwe M JThe geology and the potential economic significance of the Malope area, north-eastern Bushveld Complex197780 (2), 117-123. Abstract
Von Brunn V.A furrowed intratillite pavement in the Dwyka Group of northern Natal197780 (2), 125-130. Abstract
Cawthorn R GPyroxene compositions, reaction relations and the lack of silica enrichment in the eastern Bushveld Complex197780 (3), 139-144. Abstract
Coertze F.J., Jansen H., Walraven F.The transition from the Transvaal Sequence to the Waterberg Group197780 (3), 145-156. Abstract
Gentle R.I.The Groot Haelkraal granite and its extension offshore197780 (3), 157-165. Abstract
Grobler N.J., Botha B.J.V., Smit C.A.The tectonic setting of the Koras Group197780 (3), 167-175. Abstract
Lipson R.D., McCarthy T.S.Geochemical correlation between some rock-types of the Namaqualand granite- gneiss complex197780 (3), 177-181. Abstract
Hobday D.K.Late Quaternary sedimentary history of Inhaca Island, Mozambique197780 (3), 183-191. Abstract
De Waal S ACarbon dioxide and water from metamorphic reactions as agents for sulphide and spinel precipitation in mafic magmas197780 (3), 193-196. Abstract
Schoch A.E., Leterrier J., De La Roche H.Major element geochemical trends in the Cape granites.197780 (3), 197-209. Abstract
Anderson J M; Schwyzer R UThe biostratigraphy of the Permian and Triassic. Part 4 - Palaeomagnetic evidence for large-scale intra-Gondwana plate movements during the Carboniferous to Jurassic197780 (3), 211-234. Abstract
De Waal S AThe alteration and possible reasons for the refractory nature of chromitite from the Marico occurrence, western Transvaal197780 (3), 235-239. Abstract
Turner B RFluviatile cross-bedding patterns in the Upper Triassic Molteno Formation of the Karoo (Gondwana) Supergroup in South Africa and Lesotho197780 (3), 241-252. Abstract
Hälbich I WFold profiles and tectonic shortening in the Cape Fold Belt197780 (3), 253-265. Abstract
Plumstead E.P.A new phytostratigraphical Devonian zone in Southern Africa which includes the first record of Zosterophyllum: Southern Africa which includes the first record of Zosterophyllum197780 (3), 267-277. Abstract
Verwoerd W JIn herinnering Prof. D.L. Scholtz 1902-1977.197780 (3), 279-281. Abstract
Lancaster I.N.Pleistocene lacustrine stromatolites from Urwi Pan, Botswana197780 (3), 283-285. Abstract
Walker WDiscussion: "Towards a definition of some tectonic and igneous provinces in western South Africa and southern South West Africa" by A. Kröner and G.J. Blignault (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 79(2), 232-238) and the author's reply to discussion197780 (3), 287-288. Abstract
Meinster BDiscussion on paper "The Waterberg and Soutpansberg Groups in the Blouberg area, northern Transvaal" by H. Jansen, and the author's reply to discussion197780 (3), 289-298. Abstract
Coertze F.J., Burger A.J., Walraven F., Marlow A.G., Mac Caskie D.R.Field relations and age determinations in the Bushveld Complex197881 (1), 1-11. Abstract
Mason T R; Tavener-Smith RA fluvio-deltaic Middle Ecca succession west of Empangeni, Zululand197881 (1), 13-22. Abstract
Birch G.F.The distribution of clay minerals on the continental margin off the west coast of South Africa197881 (1), 23-34. Abstract
Botha B.J.V., Linstrom W.A note on the stratigraphy of the Beaufort Group in north-western Natal197881 (1), 35-40. Abstract
Potgieter G.J.A., Lock B.E.Correlation and Lithology of the Ritchie Quartz Porphyry Formation along the Riet River, near Kimberley197881 (1), 41-46. Abstract
Martini J E J; Kavalieris I.Mineralogy of the Transvaal caves197881 (1), 47-54. Abstract
Lock B.E.Ultrahigh-temperature volcanic mudflows amongst the Drakensberg volcanic rocks - New criteria for their recognition197881 (1), 55-59. Abstract
Ermanovics I., Key R.M., Jones M.T.The Palapye Group, central-eastern Botswana197881 (1), 61-73. Abstract
Fumerton S LThe felsite sills in East Rand Proprietary Mines, Boksburg, and possible conditions for their emplacement197881 (1), 75-86. Abstract
Fumerton S LThe chemistry and Rb-Sr geochronology of felsite sills from the East Rand Proprietary Mines, Boksburg, Transvaal197881 (1), 87-93. Abstract
Meyboom A.F., Wallace R.C.Occurrence and origin of ring-shaped dolerite outcrops in the eastern Cape Province and western Transkei197881 (1), 95-99. Abstract
Hiller N, Dunlevey J NThe Bokkeveld-Witteberg boundary in the Montagu-Touws River area, Cape Province197881 (1), 101-104. Abstract
Gentle R.I., Hooker P.J., Fitch F.J., Miller J.A.Evidence for Cape Fold Belt overprinting of the Groot Haelkraal granite during the Upper Permian197881 (1), 105-107. Abstract
Button A.Correlation of the Godwan Formation based on stratigraphic trends in the Witwatersrand Basin197881 (1), 109-114. Abstract
Simpson C.The structure of the rim synclinorium of the Vredefort Dome197881 (1), 115-121. Abstract
Marchant J.W.Arsenic in southern African fine-grained sedimentary rocks197881 (1), 123-126. Abstract
De Waal S.A.Note on the formation of the ferromanganese at Lisbon Falls, Graskop197881 (1), p. 127. Abstract
Van Zyl J.S.V.The relationship between the deep electrical resistivity structure and tectonic provinces in southern Africa. Part 1. Results obtained by Schlumberger soundings197881 (2), 129-142. Abstract
De Beer J.H.The relationship between the deep electrical resistivity structure and tectonic provinces in southern Africa. Part 2. Results obtained by magnetometer array studies197881 (2), 143-154. Abstract
Van Niekerk C.B., Burger A.J.A new age for the Ventersdorp acidic lavas197881 (2), 155-163. Abstract
Roering C.Tectonic "overpressure" as revealed by simple rheological modelling197881 (2), 165-171. Abstract
Marchant J WThe metal contents of organic separates of some Ecca shales197881 (2), 173-178. Abstract
Marchant J.W., Willis J.P., Duncan A.R.Geochemistry of the Table Mountain Group I: Aspects of the origin of the Houtbaai manganese deposit197881 (2), 179-184. Abstract
Visser J N J; Loock J CWater depth in the main Karoo basin, South Africa, during Ecca (Permian) sedimentation197881 (2), 185-191. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RThe geology and geochemistry of the Muldersdrif Ultramafic Complex and surrounding area, Krugersdorp District197881 (2), 193-203. Abstract
Kasch K.W.Recognition of a major shear zone in the southern Damara Belt, SWA/Namibia197881 (2), 205-209. Abstract
Anhaeusser C ROn an Archaean marundite occurrence (corundum-margarite rock) in the Barberton Mountain Land, eastern Transvaal197881 (2), 211-218. Abstract
Marchant J W; Flemming B WGranite erratics in a sandstone boulder-beach in False Bay - independent evidence for a marine transgression197881 (2), 219-221. Abstract
AnonymousObituary: Cedric Arnold Cousins 1906-1978197881 (2), 223-224. Abstract
McConnell R BDiscussion: "Further data on the alignment of basic igneous intrusive complexes in Southern and Eastern Africa" (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 80(2), 87-92 by J.R. Vail197881 (2), 225-226. Abstract
Vermaak C FDiscussion: "Carbon dioxide and water from metamorphic reactions as agents for sulphide and spinel precipitation in mafic magmas" by S. A. De Waal (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr. 80(3), 193-196)197881 (2), p. 227. Abstract
De Waal S AAuthor's reply to discussion by C.F. Vermaak on "Carbon dioxide and water from metamorphic reactions as agents for sulphide and spinel precipitation in mafic magmas" by S.A. de Waal (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr. 80(3), 193-196)197881 (2), 227-228. Abstract
Feather C.E.Mineralogical considerations in the recovery of platinum group minerals from Witwatersrand mines gravity concentrates197881 (2), 229-231. Abstract
Reynolds I MMineralogical studies of South African titaniferous iron ores: Their application to extractive metallurgy197881 (2), 233-240. Abstract
Snyman C.P.Mineral commodities from coal197881 (2), 241-248. Abstract
Fernandes T.R.C.Electron microscopy applied to the beneficiation of apatite ores of igneous origin197881 (2), 249-253. Abstract
Feather C.F., Snegg J.A.The role of brannerite in the recovery of uranium from Witwatersrand reefs197881 (2), 255-260. Abstract
Cornell D HPetrologic studies at T'Kuip: Evidence for metamorphism and metasomatic alteration of volcanic formations beneath the Transvaal volcanosedimentary pile197881 (3), 261-270. Abstract
Barrett D.M., Jacobsen J.B.L., McCarthy T.S., Cawthorn R.G.The structure of the Bushveld Complex south of Potgietersrus, as revealed by a gravity survey197881 (3), 271-276. Abstract
Cole M.M., Le Roux H.D.The role of geobotany, biogeochemistry and geochemistry in mineral exploration in South-West Africa and Botswana - a case history197881 (3), 277-317. Abstract
Shone R.W.A case for lateral gradation between the Kirkwood and Sundays River Formations, Algoa basin197881 (3), 319-326. Abstract
Shone R WGiant Cruziana from the Beaufort Group197881 (3), 327-329. Abstract
Robb L.J.A general geological description of the Archaean granitic terrane between Nelspruit and Bushbuckridge, eastern Transvaal197881 (3), 331-338. Abstract
Birch G.F., Du Plessis A., Willis J.P.Offshore and onland geological and geophysical investigations in the Wilderness Lakes region197881 (3), 339-352. Abstract
Marchant J.W., Moore A.E.Geochemistry of the Table Mountain Group. II Analysis of two suites of western Graafwater rocks197881 (3), 353-357. Abstract
Molyneux T.G., Klinkert P.S.A structural interpretation of part of the eastern mafic lobe of the Bushveld Complex and its surroundings197881 (3), 359-368. Abstract
Potgieter G.J.A., Visser J.N.J.The character of the basal beds of the Griqualand West sequence, west of Prieska197881 (3), 369-371. Abstract
Sharpe M.R."Cone-type" diabases from the eastern Transvaal representatives of a quenched magma197881 (3), 373-378. Abstract
Netterberg F.Dating and correlation of calcretes and other pedocretes197881 (3), 379-391. Abstract
Stear W.M.Sedimentary structures related to fluctuating hydrodynamic conditions in flood plain deposits of the Beaufort Group near Beaufort West, Cape Province197881 (3), 393-399. Abstract
Dunlevey J NNotes on the granite of Seal Island, False Bay, Cape Province197881 (3), 401-402. Abstract
Botha B J V; Grobler N J; Burger A JNew U-Pb age-measurements on the Koras Group, Cape Province and its significance as a time-reference horizon in eastern Namaqualand.197982 (1), 1-5. Abstract
Snowden P A; Snowden D VGeology of an Archaean batholith, the Chinamora Batholith - Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe]197982 (1), 7-22. Abstract
Clubley-Armstrong A R; Sharpe M RThe structural evolution of the Dennilton Dome and its relation ship to the intrusion of the Bushveld Complex.197982 (1), 23-36, 2 fold-outs. Abstract
Botha B J V; Botha P JThe Nosib Group along the lower reaches of the Omaruru River, South West Africa197982 (1), 37-41. Abstract
Birch G FThe association of glauconite and apatite minerals in phosphatic rocks from the South African continental margin.197982 (1), 43-53. Abstract
Botha B J V; Smit C A; Linström W; Grobler N JMetamorphic zonation in the Matsap, Kheis and Namaqua domains east and west of the Kaaien Hills, northern Cape Province.197982 (1), 55-66. Abstract
Moore A C; Kartun K G; Waters D JMetamorphic history of the aereole associated with the Tantalite Valley Complex, South West Africa/Namibia.197982 (1), 67-80. Abstract
Keyser A W; Cruickshank A R IThe origins and classification of Triassic dicynodonts.197982 (1), 81-108. Abstract
Reid D LPetrogenesis of calc-alkaline metalavas in the Mid-Proterozoic Haib Volcanic Subgroup, lower Orange River region.197982 (1), 109-131. Abstract
Tyler NStratigraphy, chemistry and correlation of the Ventersdorp Supergroup in the Derdepoort area, west-central Transvaal.197982 (1), 133-147. Abstract
Visser J N J; Dukas B AUpward-fining megacycles in the Beaufort Group, north of Graaff-Reinet, Cape Province.197982 (1), 149-154. Abstract
Besler H; Marker M ENamib sandstone: A distinct lithological unit.197982 (1), 155-160. Abstract
Fripp R E P; Lilly P A; Barton J MThe structure and origin of the Singelele gneiss at the type locality near Messina, Limpopo Mobile Belt.197982 (1), 161-167. Abstract
Robb L JThe distribution of granitophile elements in Archaean granites of the eastern Transvaal, and their bearing on geomorphological and geological features of the area.197982 (1), 169-178. Abstract
De Villiers J ENote on deformation and metasomatism in rocks of the Koringberg- Hermon area.197982 (1), 179-181. Abstract
Winter H De La RDiscussion on "Petrologic studies at T'Kuip: Evidence for metamorphism and metasomatic alteration of volcanic formations beneath the Transvaal volcanosedimentary pile" by D.H. Cornell (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 81(3), 261-270), and the author's reply.197982 (1), 183-184. Abstract
Allsopp H L; Köstlin E O; Welke H J; Burger A J; Kröner A; Blignault H JRb-Sr and U-Pb geochronology of Late Precambrian-Early Palaeozoic igneous activity in the Richtersveld (South Africa) and southern South-West Africa.197782 (2), 185-204. Abstract
Welke H J; Burger A J; Corner B; Kröner A; Blignault H JU-Pb and Rb-Sr age determinations on Middle Proterozoic rocks from the lower Orange River area, south-western Africa.197982 (2), 205-214. Abstract
Tyler NThe stratigraphy of the Early-Proterozoic Buffalo Springs Group in the Thabazimbi area, west-central Transvaal.197982 (2), 215-226. Abstract
Cleverly R W; Bristow J WRevised volcanic stratigraphy of the Lebombo Monocline.197982 (2), 227-230. Abstract
Hattingh E; Snyman C P; Förtsch E BEnkele aspekte van die kalksilikaat-gesteentes noordoos van Pretoria.197982 (2), 231-241. Abstract
Ferreira C A M; Jacob R E; Marsh J SBase-metal mineralization in alkaline pyroclastics - the Regenstein vent, South West Africa.197982 (2), 243-249. Abstract
Dunlevey J N; Hiller NThe Witteberg-Dwyka contact in the south-western Cape.197982 (2), 251-256. Abstract
Eriksson P CMesozoic sheetflow and playa sediments of the Clarens Formation in the Kamberg area of the Natal Drakensberg.197982 (2), 257-258. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr) Ryan B; Fripp R E P; Horrocks PEffects of metamorphism on the Rb-Sr and U-Pb systematics of the Singelele and Bulai Gneisses, Limpopo Mobile Belt, Southern Africa.197982 (2), 259-269. Abstract
Burger A J; Potgieter G J ANote on U-Pb zircon ages from granitic rocks occurring near Prieska poort, north-west Cape.197982 (2), 271-273. Abstract
Cooper M RDiscussion on "The metal contents of organic separates of some Ecca Shales" by J.W. Marchant (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 81(2), 173-178), and the author's reply to discussion.197982 (2), p. 275. Abstract
Stowe C WA sequence of plutons in the central portion of the Rhodesdale granitic terrane, Rhodesia. [Zimbabwe].197982 (3), 277-285. Abstract
Geringer G JThe origin and tectonic setting of amphibolites in part of the Namaqua Metamorphic Belt, South Africa.197982 (3), 287-303. Abstract
Reid D LAge relationships within the Mid-Proterozoic Vioolsdrif batholith, lower Orange River region.197982 (3), 305-311. Abstract
Beukes N JLitostratigrafiese onderverdeling van die Schmidtsdrif-Subgroep van die Ghaap- Groep in Noord-Kaapland.197982 (3), 313-327. Abstract
Botha B J V; Botha P JThe stratigraphy of the Khomas Subgroup west of the Spitzkoppe, South West Africa.197982 (3), 329-333. Abstract
De Waal S AThe metamorphism of the Bon Accord nickel deposit by the Nelspruit Granite.197982 (3), 335-342. Abstract
Cleverly R WThe volcanic geology of the Lebombo Monocline in Swaziland.197982 (3), 343-348. Abstract
Miller R McGThe Okahandja Lineament, a fundamental tectonic boundary in the Damara Orogen of South West Africa/Namibia.197982 (3), 349-361. Abstract
Lister L AThe geomorphic evolution of Zimbabwe Rhodesia.197982 (3), 363-370. Abstract
Stanistreet I G; Turner B RDiscussion on "Giant Cruziana from the Beaufort Group" by R.W. Stone (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 81(3), 327-329), and the author's reply.197982 (3), 371-375. Abstract
Crockett R NDiscussion on "Petrologic studies at T'Kuip: Evidence for metamorphism and metasomatic alteration of volcanic formations beneath the Transvaal volcanosedimentary pile" by D.H. Cornell (Tran. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 81(3), 261-270)197982 (3), 377-378. Abstract
Robins N SA review of groundwater resources and well yields in Swaziland198083 (1), 1-4. Abstract
Kröner A; Correia HContinuation of the Pan African Damara Belt into Angola: a proposed correlation of the Chela Group in southern Angola with the Nosib Group in northern Namibia/SWA198083 (1), 5-16. Abstract
Stavrakis NOpaque heavy minerals of the Katberg Sandstone, South Africa198083 (1), 17-21. Abstract
Krynauw J R; Gresse P GThe Kaaimans Group in the George area, Cape Province: a model for the origin of deformation and metamorphism in the southern Cape Fold Belt198083 (1), 23-38. Abstract
Cuney MPreliminary results on the petrology and fluid inclusions of the Rössing uraniferous alaskites198083 (1), 39-45. Abstract
Mountain E DGrahamstown peneplain198083 (1), 47-53. Abstract
Visser J N J; Botha B J VMeander channel, point bar, crevasse splay and aeolian deposits from the Elliot Formation in Barkly Pass, north-eastern Cape198083 (1), 55-62. Abstract
De Villiers J EThe geology of the country between Bellville and Agter Paarl198083 (1), 63-67. Abstract
Beukes N JLithofacies and stratigraphy of the Kuruman and Griquatown iron-formations, northern Cape Province, South Africa198083 (1), 69-86. Abstract
Taverner-Smith RThe Skolithos-bearing sandstone at Newlands Estate, Durban: A suspected shallow water, offshore sand tongue in the lower Ecca Group (Pietermaritzburg Formation)198083 (1), 87-91. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RA geological investigation of the Archaean granite-greenstone terrane south of the Boesmanskop syenite pluton, Barberton Mountain Land198083 (1), 93-106. Abstract
Cooper M RDiscussion "The origins and classification of Triassic dicynodonts" by A.W. Keyser and A.R.I. Cruickshank (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 82(1), 81-108) and authors' reply to discussion198083 (1), 107-111. Abstract
Gorton R KDiscussion: "Metamorphic zonation in the Matsap, Kheis and Namaqua domains east and west of the Kaaien Hills, northern Cape Province" by B.J.V. Botha, C.A. Smit, W. Lindström and N.J. Grobler (Trans. Geol. Soc. S. Afr., 82(1), 55-66) and authors' reply198083 (1), 113-114. Abstract
Bell C MDeformation of the Table Mountain Group in the Cape fold belt south of Port Elizabeth198083 (2), 115-124. Abstract
Hattingh P JThe structure of the Bushveld Complex in the Groblersdal-Lydenburg-Belfast area of the eastern Transvaal as interpreted from a regional gravity survey198083 (2), 125-133. Abstract
Watchorn M BA reappraisal of the geology of the western Mozaan basin198083 (2), 135-139. Abstract
Beukes N JStratigrafie en litofasies van die Cambellrand-Subgroep van die Proterofitiese Ghaap-Groep, Noord-Kaapland198083 (2), 141-170. Abstract
Geringer G J; Strydom DPlat Sjambok anorthosite suite near Copperton, north-west Cape Province - South Africa198083 (2), 171-177. Abstract
Lipson R DThe granitic rocks surrounding the Aggeneysberge - A metamorphosed rapakivi suite198083 (2), 179-192. Abstract
Stowe C WWrench tectonics in the Archaean Rhodesian craton. [Zimbabwe]198083 (2), 193-205. Abstract
Killick A M; Odell JThe Marinkas Kwela alteration body - a porphyry-type system associated with the Kuboos-Bremen line, SWA/Namibia198083 (2), 207-212. Abstract
Green D; Crockett R N; Jones M TTectonic control of Karoo sedimentation in mid-eastern Botswana198083 (2), 213-219. Abstract
Reynolds I MOre petrography and mineralogy of the vanadium-bearing titaniferous magnetite layer of the Kaffirskraal Intrusion, Heidelberg District, Transvaal198083 (2), 221-230. Abstract
Watchorn K B; Armstrong N VContemporaneous sedimentation and volcanism at the base of the early Precambrian Nsuze Group, South Africa198083 (2), 231-238. Abstract
Martini J E JSveite, a new mineral from Autana Cave, Territorio Federal Amazonas, Venezuela198083 (2), 239-241. Abstract
Eales H V; Reynolds I M; Gouws D AThe spinel-group minerals of the Central Karoo tholeiitic province198083 (2), 243-253. Abstract
Netterberg FGeology of southern African calcretes: 1. Terminology, description, macrofeatures, and classification198083 (2), 255-283. Abstract
Beukes N JSuggestions towards a classification of and nomenclature for iron-formation198083 (2), 285-290. Abstract
Paige-Green PThe clay mineralogy of Dwyka tillite in southern Africa and its effect on the geotechnical properties198083 (2), 291-296. Abstract
Crow M J; Eccles D HA concealed active fault in the south-west arm of Lake Malawi198083 (2), 297-299. Abstract
Le Blanc Smith GLogical-letter coding system for facies nomenclature: Witbank Coalfield198083 (3), 301-311. Abstract
Le Blanc Smith GGenetic stratigraphy for the Witbank Coalfield198083 (3), 313-326. Abstract
Cairncross BAnastomosing river deposits: Palaeoenvironmental control of coal quality and distribution, northern Karoo Basin198083 (3), 327-332. Abstract
Stanistreet I G; Le Blanc Smith G; Cadle A BTrace fossils as sedimentological and palaeoenvironmental indices in the Ecca Group (Lower Permian) of the Transvaal198083 (3), 333-344. Abstract
Whateley M K GDeltaic and fluvial deposits of the Ecca Group, Nongoma graben, northern Zululand198083 (3), 345-351. Abstract
Hiller N; Stavrakis NDistal alluvial fan deposits in the Beaufort Group of the eastern Cape Province198083 (3), 353-360. Abstract
Stavrakis NSedimentation of the Katberg Sandstone and adjacent formations in the south-eastern Karoo basin198083 (3), 361-374. Abstract
Cole D IAspects of the sedimentology of some uranium-bearing sandstones in the Beaufort West area, Cape Province198083 (3), 375-390. Abstract
Stear W MChannel sandstone and bar morphology of the Beaufort Group uranium district near Beaufort West198083 (3), 391-398. Abstract
Smith R M HThe lithology, sedimentology and taphonomy of flood-plain deposits of the Lower Beaufort (Adelaide Subgroup) strata near Beaufort West198083 (3), 399-413. Abstract
Visser J N J; Loock J C; Jordaan M JPermian deltaic sedimentation in the western half of the Karoo basin, South Africa198083 (3), 415-424. Abstract
Turner B RPalaeohydraulics of an upper Triassic braided river system in the main Karoo Basin, South Africa198083 (3), 425-431. Abstract
Lock B E; Marsh J STertiary phonolite volcanism in the Klinghardt Mountains of South West Afraica/Namibia198184 (1), 1-6. Abstract
Eriksson P GA palaeoenvironmental analysis of the Clarens Formation in the Natal Drakensberg198184 (1), 7-17. Abstract
Jordaan M JThe Ecca-Beaufort transition in the western part of the Karoo Basin198184 (1), 19-25. Abstract
Kingsley C SA composite submarine fan-delta-fluvial model for the Ecca and lower Beaufort Groups of Permian age in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa198184 (1), 27-40. Abstract
Cawthorn R G; McCarthy T SBottom crystallization and diffusion control in layered complexes; evidence from Cr distribution in magnetite from the Bushveld Complex198184 (1), 41-50. Abstract
Key R M; Rundle C CThe regional significance of new isotopic ages from Precambrian windows through the "Kalahari Beds" in north-western Botswana198184 (1), 51-66. Abstract
Watchorn M BContinental sedimentation and volcanism in the Dominion Group of the western Transvaal: A review198184 (1), 67-73. Abstract
Sharpe M RPetrology and geochemistry of pre-Bushveld and Waterberg mafic sills198184 (1), 75-83. Abstract
Meyer R; Duvenhage A W AA regional gravity survey of part of the north-western Cape Province198184 (1), p. 85, 1 map. Abstract
Moore A E; Marchant J WA preliminary note on two trilobites from the Soom member, Table Mountain Group198184 (1), 87-89. Abstract
Heaton T H EDissolved gases: Some applications to groundwater research198184 (2), 91-97. Abstract
Talma A SChemical changes in groundwater and their reaction rates198184 (2), 99-105. Abstract
Meyer R; De Beer J HA geophysical study of the Cape Flats aquifer198184 (2), 107-114. Abstract
De Beer J H; Joubert S J; Van Zijl J S VResistivity studies of an alluvial aquifer in the Omaruru Delta, South West Africa/Namibia198184 (2), 115-122. Abstract
Van Zijl J S V; Duvenhage A W A; Meyer R; Huyssen R M J; Vallenduuk J W; Blume JA geophysical investigation of the Breë River Valley in the Worcester area198184 (2), 123-133. Abstract
Oakes D BA numerical model of a stream aquifer stystem subject to delayed rainfall recharge198184 (2), 135-144. Abstract
Hely-Hutchinson J RPredicting salt-water intrusion in a coastal aquifer198184 (2), 145-151. Abstract
Bredenkamp D BKwantitatiewe ramings van grondwateraanvulling volgens eenvoudige hidrologiese modelle198184 (2), 153-160. Abstract
Paige-Green PCurrent techniques in groundwater control applied to cut slopes198184 (2), 161-167. Abstract
Tredoux G; Kirchner JThe evolution of the chemical composition of artesian water in the Auob sandstone (Namibia/South West Africa)198184 (2), 169-175. Abstract
Levin MThe geology, hydrogeology and hydrochemistry of an area between the Kuruman and Orange Rivers, north-western Cape198184 (2), 177-190. Abstract
Goldberg G; Neumann-Redlin CHydrogeological reconnaissance maps of the Republic of Botswana at scale1:500 000198184 (2), 191-192, map. Abstract
Turner B RPossible origin of low angle cross-strata and horizontal lamination in Beaufort Group sandstones of the southern Karoo Basin198184 (3), 193-197. Abstract
Birch G FThe Karbonat-Bombe: A precise, rapid and cheap instrument for determining calcium carbonate in sediments and rocks198184 (3), 199-203. Abstract
Slawson W FRb/Sr analyses: Pitsani, south-eastern Botswana198184 (3), 205-206. Abstract
Newton A REvaluation of remote sensing methods in a test area near Krugersdorp, Transvaal: I - Aerial photography198184 (3), 207-216. Abstract
Newton A R; Viljoen R P; Longshaw T GEvaluation of remote sensing methods in a test area near Krugersdorp, Transvaal: II - LANDSAT imagery198184 (3), 217-225. Abstract
Newton A RSome factors in image comparisons198184 (3), 227-232. Abstract
Birch G FBathymetry and geomorphology of the Cape Seal to Cape Recife inner shelf198184 (3), 233-237. Abstract
Sharpe M R; Bahat D; Von Gruenewaldt GThe concentric elliptical structure of feeder sites to the Bushveld Complex and possible economic implications198184 (3), 239-244. Abstract
Sharpe M R; Förtsch EGrandite garnet in metamorphosed stromatolites from the Houtenbek Formation, eastern Transvaal198184 (3), 245-250. Abstract
Weiss OPrinciples of airborne geochemical prospecting and a case history from the Limpopo Mobile Belt, South Africa198184 (3), 251-259. Abstract
Reynolds I MThe mineralogy and petrography of some titaniferous iron ores from the Usushwana Complex198184 (3), 261-269. Abstract
McCarthy T SA Fortran IV computer program for rapid graphic display of sedimentary borehole log data198184 (3), 271-279. Abstract
Wyllie P JExperimental petrology of subduction, andesites, and batholiths198184 (3), 281-291. Abstract
Toens P DUranium provinces and their time-bound characteristics198184 (3), 293-312, 2 figs. Abstract
Donaldson C.H., Reid A.M.Multiple intrusion of a kimberlite dyke198285 (1), 1-12. Abstract
Cole M MIntegrated use of remote sensing imagery and geobotany in mineral exploration.198285 (1), 13-28. Abstract
Sharpe M.R., Chadwick B.Structures in Transvaal Sequence rocks within and adjacent to the eastern Bushveld Complex198285 (1), 29-41. Abstract
Bisschoff A.A.Thermal metamorphism in the Vredefort Dome198285 (1), 43-57. Abstract
Theron J.C.A note on a pre-Karoo outcrop south-east of Kroonstad, O.F.S.198285 (1), 59-60. Abstract
Gorton R.K.Metamorphism of the wall rocks of the Kielder massive sulphide deposits, district of Prieska, Northern Cape198285 (2), 61-69. Abstract
Visser, J.N.J; Kingsley, C.SUpper Carboniferous glacial valley sedimentation in the Karoo Basin, Orange Free State198285 (2), 71-79, 7 figs. Abstract
Watters B.R.A Sr-isotopic Study of a suite of precambrian shoshonites from the Sinclair Group in southern Namibia.198285 (2), 81-86. Abstract
Visser J.N.J., Loock J.C., Beukes G.J.Mineralized clasts from the Dwyka Formation of the southern Karoo.198285 (2), 87-90. Abstract
Birch G.F.Sedimentological and geophysical investigations of a major sediment exit point on the south-east African continental margin (vicinity of Port St Johns)198285 (2), 91-103. Abstract
Reid D.L.Age relationships within the Vioolsdrif batholith, lower Orange River region: II. A two stage emplacement history, and the extent of Kibaran overprinting198285 (2), 105-110. Abstract
Anhaeusser C R, Burger A JAn interpretation of U-Pb zircon ages for Archaean tonalitic gneisses from the Johannesburg-Pretoria granite dome198285 (2), 111-116. Abstract
Grobler N.J., Kleynhans E.P.J., Botha P.J., De Bruiyn H.Distinction between lavas of the Allanridge Andesite and Rietgat Formations in the Northern Cape and Western Transvaal198285 (3), 117-126. Abstract
Bristow J.W., Armstrong R.A., Allsopp H.L.A note on the geology, and geochronology of the Tsange Gabbros198285 (3), 135-139. Abstract
Smit C.A.The tectonic setting and chemical classification of the granites of the eastern marginal zone of the Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex198285 (3), 141-153. Abstract
Bristow J.W.Geology and structure of Karoo volcanic and sedimentary rocks of the northern and central Lebombo198285 (3), 167-178. Abstract
Visser, J.N.J. And Loock, J.CAn investigation of the basal Dwyka tillite in the southern part of the Karoo Basin, South Africa198285 (3), 179-187. Abstract
McCarthy T.S., Cadle A.B., Horrocks P.Thrust faulting in Witwatersrand rocks at Langerman's Kop, Johannesburg198285 (3), 189-201. Abstract
Potgieter C.D., Snyman C.P., Fortsch E.B.Epigenetic laumontite in the Jurassic Clarens and Drakensberg formations of the Karoo Sequence198285 (3), 203-210. Abstract
Schreyer W., Bisschoff A.A.Kyanite as a metamorphic mineral in Witwatersrand sediments at Johannesburg and Krugersdorp, South Africa198285 (3), 211-214. Abstract
Hiller N, Stavrakis NReversed currents over a point bar on the Great Fish River198285 (3), 215-219. Abstract
Büttner W; Barton J M (Jr); Saager RGeochemistry, age and origin of some porphyry intrusions in the Onverwacht Group, Barberton Greenstone Belt198386 (1), 1-10. Abstract
Killick A MA preliminary account of the geology of the Kamtsas Formation of the Damara Sequence, eastern Gobabis District, South West Africa/Namibia198386 (1), 11-18. Abstract
Ackermann P BVitrification of cave sandstone by Karoo dolerite in the Sterkspruit Valley, Barkly East198386 (1), 19-35. Abstract
McCarthy T SEvidence for the former existence of a major, southerly flowing river in Griqualand West198386 (1), 37-49. Abstract
Potgieter C D; Oelofsen B WCruziana Acacensis - the first Silurian index-trace fossil from southern Africa198386 (1), 51-54. Abstract
Bristow J W; Cleverly R WA note on the volcanic stratigraphy and intrusive rocks of the Lebombo monocline and adjacent areas198386 (1), 55-61. Abstract
Cooper M RThe ammonite genus Umgazaniceras in the Sundays River Formation198386 (1), 63-64, 1 fig. Abstract
Obituary - Sidney Henry Haughton 1888-1982198386 (1), 65-70. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr); Hunter D R; Jackson M P A; Wilson A CGeochronologic and Sr-isotopic studies of certain units in the Barberton Granite-greenstone Terrane, Swaziland198386 (2), 71-80. Abstract
Frick C; Wheelock GEvidence for a sedimentary origin of the pink gneisses of the Kokerberg Formation, Korannaland198386 (2), 81-85. Abstract
Reddering J S V; Esterhuysen KManagement proposals to counter undesimble sediment accumulation in the Keurbooms Estuary198386 (2), 87-91, 2 figs. Abstract
Stuart-Williams V; Taylor C MA coalescence model for uranium exploration198386 (2), 93-98. Abstract
Horn G F JComments on the genesis of bauxite in Natal198386 (2), 99-104, 5 figs. Abstract
Cole D I; Labuschagne L SShallow-marine placer deposits in the Witteberg Group near Willowmore, Cape Province.198386 (2), 105-116. Abstract
Jermy C A; Mason T RA sedimentary model for the Berea Formation in the Glenwood tunnel, Durban198386 (2), 117-125. Abstract
Visser J N JThe problems of recognizing ancient subaqueous debris flow deposits in glacial sequences198386 (2), 127-135. Abstract
Cawthorn R GEvidence from trace element geochemistry for multiple magma injection in the Losberg Complex, South Africa198386 (2), 137-141. Abstract
Swart R; Hiller NPetrography, provenance and diagenesis of sandstones from the Lake Mentz and Kommadagga Subgroups198386 (2), 143-153. Abstract
Hall KSome quantitative observations of clast shapes from the Dwyka Tillite of Natal, South africa198386 (2), 155-159. Abstract
Wilson J FObituary - Geoffrey Bond 1912-1983198386 (2), 161-163. Abstract
Potgieter C TObituary - Alfred Frost 1892-1983198386 (2), 165-166. Abstract
Handley J R FObituary - Eric Frank Marland 1910-1983198386 (2), 167-168. Abstract
Lightfoot P C; Naldrett A JThe geology of the Tabankulu section of the Insizwa Complex, Transkei, Southern Africa, with reference to the nickel sulphide potential.198386 (3), 169-187. Abstract
Tucker R FA statistical analysis of mineral relationships in a Witwatersrand gold placer at Randfontein Estates198386 (3), 189-197. Abstract
Von Brunn V; Gravenor C PA model for late Dwyka glaciomarine sedimentation in the eastern Karoo Basin198386 (3), 199-209. Abstract
Reynolds I MThe iron-titanium oxide mineralogy of Karoo dolerite in the Eastern Cape and southern Orange Free State198386 (3), 211-220. Abstract
Nixon P H; Boyd F R; Boctor N ZEast Griqualand kimberlites198386 (3), 221-236. Abstract
Crowell J CIce ages recorded on Gondwanan continents. [Alexander L. du Toit Memorial Lecture No. 18].198386 (3), 238-262. Abstract
Hiller N; Snowden P AStructural and stratigraphical relationships in the Cape Fold Belt south of Steytlerville198386 (3), 263-271. Abstract
Bristow J W; Duncan A RRhyolitic dome formation and plinian activity in the Bumbeni Complex, southern Lebombo198386 (3), 273-279. Abstract
Rich T H V; Molnar R E; Rich P VFossil vertebrates from the late Jurassic or early Cretaceous Kirkwood Formation, Algoa Basin, southern Africa198386 (3), 281-291. Abstract
Waters D J; Joubert P; Moore J MA suggested re-interpretation of Namaqua basement and cover rocks south and west of Bitterfontein198386 (3), 293-299. Abstract
Hunter D R; Allen A R; Millin PA preliminary note on archaean supracrustal and granitoid rocks west of Piet Retief198386 (3), 301-306. Abstract
Obituary - Eric Stanley Wynne Simpson 1924-1983198386 (3), 307-309. Abstract
Obituary - Henry Clement Melvill Whiteside 1911-1983198386 (3), 311-312. Abstract
Dix, O.R., 1984Early Proterozoic braided stream, shelf and tidal deposition in the Pongola Sequence, Zululand198487 (1), 1-10. Abstract
Marker, M.EMarine benches of the eastern Cape, South Africa198487 (1), 11-18. Abstract
Frick C; Kent L EDrift pumice in the Indian and South Atlantic Oceans198487 (1), 19-33. Abstract
Cruickshank, A.R.I. And Keyser, A.WRemarks on the genus Geikia Newton, 1893, and its relationships with other dicynodonts, (Reptilia, Therapsida)198487 (1), 35-39, 4 figs. Abstract
Stuart-Williams VAn unusual primary sedimentary structure possibly produced by a mudflow in the Fish River Subgroup, South West Africa/Namibia198487 (1), 41-44. Abstract
Crossley R; Tweddle DA note on some sedimentary features revealed by echosounding in Lake Malawi, Africa198487 (1), 45-51. Abstract
Cooper M RDiscussion: "Cruziana acacencis - the first Silurian index-trace fossil from South Africa" by C.D. Potgieter and B.W. Oelofsen (Trans. geol. Soc. S. Afr., 86(1), 51-54) and the author's reply to discussion198487 (1), 53-55. Abstract
McKay J CObituary: Desmond Nigel Davies 1917-1984198487 (1), p. 57. Abstract
Van Wyk W LThe role of the South African Government in the mining industry198487 (1), 59-67. Abstract
Hart R J; Barton E SThe application of U-Th-Pb isotope systematics in the investigation of potential uranium source rocks in the Natal Precambrian basement198487 (2), 73-78. Abstract
Odling N EA statistical study of the variation in local magnetic declination near a magnetic body at Gamsberg, north-western Cape198487 (2), 79-85. Abstract
Roering C.The Witwatersrand Supergroup at Swartkops: A re-examination of the structural geology198487 (2), 87-99. Abstract
Cairncross B; Winter M FHigh-constructive lobate deltas in the Lower Permian Vryheid Formation, Rietspruit, South Africa198487 (2), 101-109. Abstract
Miyano T., Beukes N.J.Phase relations of stilpnomelane, ferri-annite, and riebeckite in very low-grade metamorphosed iron-formations198487 (2), 111-124. Abstract
Oosthuizen R D FPreliminary catalogue and report on the biostratigraphy and palaeogeographic distribution of the Bokkeveld Fauna.198487 (2), 125-140. Abstract
Lageat, Y. And Robb, L.JThe relationship between structural landforms, erosion surfaces and the geology of the Archaean granite basement in the Barberton region, eastern Transvaal198487 (2), 141-159. Abstract
Visser J N J; Hall K JA model for the deposition of the Permo-Carboniferous Kruitfontein boulder pavement and associated beds, Elandsvlei, South Africa198487 (2), 161-168. Abstract
Winter H. De La R.Tectonostratigraphy, as applied to analysis of South African Phanerozoic basins198487 (2), 169-179. Abstract
Kyle, D.LSuccessful mineral discovery - The statistics, philosophy and strategy198487 (2), 181-198. Abstract
Söhnge A P GGlacial diamictite in the Peninsula Formation near Cape Hangklip198487 (3), 199-210. Abstract
Walraven FGeochemistry of the Timbavati Gabbro of the Eastern Transvaal Lowveld, South Africa198487 (3), 211-223. Abstract
Hall K J, Visser J N JObservations of the relationship between clast size, shape, and lithology from the Permo-Carboniferous glaciogenic Dwyka Formation in the western part of the Karoo basin198487 (3), 225-232. Abstract
Flemming B.W., Hay R.On the bulk density of South African marine sands198487 (3), 233-236. Abstract
Eriksson P GA palaeoenvironmental analysis of the Molteno Formation in the Natal Drakensberg198487 (3), 237-244. Abstract
Smits G.Mineral modifications observed in uranium-bearing reefs of the Witwatersrand, South Africa198487 (3), 245-256. Abstract
Kleyenstber A.S.E.The mineralogy of the manganese-bearing Hotazel Formation of the Proterozoic Transvaal Sequence in Griqualand West, South Africa198487 (3), 257-272. Abstract
De Waal S AExperimental simulation of the supergene reaction: pyrrhotite → marcasite + Fe2+ + electrons198487 (3), 273-279. Abstract
Southwood M JThe influence of mineralogical parameters on the leachability of low-grade nickel-sulphide ores198487 (3), 281-286. Abstract
Swash P MThe role of the mineralogist in the copper-mining industry.198487 (3), 287-295. Abstract
Von Rahden H V R; Von Rahden M J ESome practical aspects of quantitative X-ray diffraction.198487 (3), 297-302. Abstract
Smit C.A.Petrochemistry and tectonic significance of a chromite-bearing ultramafic suite of rocks in the Limpopo Metamorphic Complex, South Africa198487 (3), 303-314. Abstract
Boocook C.N., Cheshire P.E., Vearncombe J.R.Structural geology of the Gravelotte Shaft Quarry and Monarch Antimony Mine, Murchison greenstone belt, Transvaal198487 (3), 315-325. Abstract
Maiden K.J.; Boocock, C.N.Deformation and metamorphic features of antimony ores of the Murchison antimony line, north-eastern Transvaal198487 (3), 327-333. Abstract
Maiden K.J.Metamorphic features of the Maranda J copper-zinc deposit, Murchison greenstone belt, Transvaal198487 (3), 335-345. Abstract
De Beer J.H., Stettler E.H., Duvenhage A.W.A., Joubert S.J., Raath C.J. De W.Gravity and geoelectrica studies of the Murchison greenstone belt, South Africa198487 (3), 347-359. Abstract
Gomes N A De N CModern stromatolites in a karst structure from Malmani Subgroup, Transvaal Sequece, South Africa198588 (1), 1-9. Abstract
Dixon R DSugilite and associated minerals from Wessels Mine, Kalahari Manganese Field198588 (1), 11-17. Abstract
Eriksson P GThe depositional palaeoenvironment of the Elliot Formation in the Natal Drakensberg and north-eastern Orange Free State198588 (1), 19-26. Abstract
Mayer J JInterpretation of heavy-mineral patterns in sandy soils of the region drained by the upper reaches of the Harts River198588 (1), 27-32. Abstract
Marker M ETufa activity in the northern Cape, South Africa198588 (1), 33-36. Abstract
Visser J N JThe Dwyka Formation along the north-western margin of the Karoo Basin in the Cape Province, South Africa198588 (1), 37-48. Abstract
Phillips G N; Archibald N J; Wall V JMetamorphosed high-Fe tholeiites: Their alteration and relationship to sulphide mineralization, Broken Hill, Australia198588 (1), 49-59. Abstract
Steffens F EIntroduction to geostatistics198588 (1), 61-64. Abstract
Magri E J; Mostert J SSome applications of geostatistics in mineral exploration198588 (1), 65-67. Abstract
Krige D GThe use of geostatistics in defining and reducing the uncertainty of grade estimates198588 (1), 69-72. Abstract
Van Tonder G J; Botha J FGeostatistiek in grondwaterstudies198588 (1), 73-76. Abstract
Lemmer I CA new way of estimating recoverable reserves198588 (1), 77-79. Abstract
Wood I DAn application of geostatistics in the Eastern Transvaal coal fields198588 (1), 81-82. Abstract
Camisani-Calzolari F A G M; De Klerk W J; Van Der Merwe P JAssessment of South African uranium resources: Methods and results198588 (1), 83-97. Abstract
Miller S L; Morrison D LWhat can be done with computerized gold data values?198588 (1), 99-107. Abstract
Foster R PMajor controls of Archaean gold mineralization in Zimbabwe198588 (1), 109-133. Abstract
Groves D I; Phillips G N; Ho S E; Houstoun S MThe nature, genesis and regional controls of gold mineralization in Archaean greenstone belts of the Western Australian Shield: A brief review198588 (1), 135-148. Abstract
Ho S E; Groves D I; Phillips G NFluid inclusions as indicators of the nature and source of ore fluids and ore depositional conditions for Archaean gold deposits of the Yilgarn Block, Western Australia198588 (1), 149-158. Abstract
Phillips G NInterpretation of Big Bell/Hemlo-type gold deposits: Precursors, metamorphism, melting and genetic constraints198588 (1), 159-173. Abstract
De Villiers J ENote on the geology of the Helderberg outlier198588 (1), 175-177. Abstract
Visser J N JStructural and teXtural criteria for the recognition of early diagenetic nodules in well-bedded iron-bearing sequences198588 (1), 179-182. Abstract
Winter H De La R"Tectonostratigraphy, as applied to analysis of South African Phanerozoic basins"198588 (1), 183-185. Abstract
Winter H De La R"Tectonostratigraphy, as applied to analysis of South African Phanerozoic basins"198588 (1), 187-188. Abstract
Fuller A OA contribution to the conceptual modelling of pre-Devonian fluvial systems198588 (1), 189-194. Abstract
Watkeys M K; Armstrong R AThe importance of being alkaline-deformed late Archaean lamprophyric dykes, Central Zone, Limpopo Belt198588 (2), 195-206. Abstract
Eriksson S C; Fourie P J; De Jager D HA cumulate origin for the minerals in clinopyroxenites of the Phalaborwa Complex198588 (2), 207-214. Abstract
Harmer R ERb-Sr isotopic study of units of the Pienaars River Alkaline Complex, north of Pretoria, South Africa198588 (2), 215-223. Abstract
Frick C; Walraven FThe petrology and geochemistry of the pre-Karoo Elandskraal volcano, South Africa198588 (2), 225-243. Abstract
Allsopp H L; Bristow J W; Skinner E M WThe Rb-Sr geochronology of the Colossus kimberlite pipe, Zimbabwe198588 (2), 245-248. Abstract
Smith C B; Allsopp H L; Kramers J D; Hutchinson G; Roddick J CEmplacement ages of Jurassic-Cretaceous South African kimberlites by the Rb-Sr method on phlogopite and whole-rock samples198588 (2), 249-266. Abstract
Smith C B; Gurney J J; Skinner E M W; Clement C R; Ebrahim NGeochemical character of southern African kimberlites: A new approach based on isotopic constraints198588 (2), 267-280. Abstract
Moore A E; Verwoerd W JThe olivine melilitite-"kimberlite"-carbonatite suite of Namaqualand and Bushmanland, South Africa198588 (2), 281-294. Abstract
Allsopp H L; Hargraves R BRb-Sr ages and palaeomagnetic data for some Angolan alkaline intrusives198588 (2), 295-299. Abstract
Gurney J J; Harris J W; Rickard R S; Moore R OInclusions in Premier Mine diamonds198588 (2), 301-310. Abstract
Jaques A L; Creaser R A; Ferguson J; Smith C BA review of the alkaline rocks of Australia198588 (2), 311-334. Abstract
Skinner E M W; Smith C B; Bristow J W; Scott Smith B H; Dawson J BProterozoic kimberlites and lamproites and a preliminary age for the Argyle lamproite pipe, Western Australia198588 (2), 335-340. Abstract
Allsopp H L; Bristow J W; Skinner E M W; Scott Smith B H; Danchin R VRb-Sr geochronology of some Miocene West Australian lamproites198588 (2), 341-345. Abstract
Neal C R; Nixon P HSpinel-garnet relationships in mantle xenoliths from the Malaita alnöites, Solomon Islands, south-western Pacific198588 (2), 347-354. Abstract
Mutschler F E; Griffin M E; Stevens D S; Shannon S S (Jr)Precious metal deposits related to alkaline rocks in the North American Cordillera - An interpretive review198588 (2), 355-377. Abstract
Peccerillo A; Manetti PThe potassium alkaline volcanism of central-southern Italy: A review of the data relevant to petrogenesis and geodynamic significance198588 (2), 379-394. Abstract
Erlich E NThe geodynamics of the north-eastern Siberian platform and the regularities of kimberlite distribution in space and time198588 (2), 395-401. Abstract
Clement C R; Skinner E M WA textural-genetic classification of kimberlites198588 (2), 403-409. Abstract
Mitchell R HA review of the mineralogy of lamproites198588 (2), 411-437. Abstract
Hawkesworth C J; Fraser K J; Rogers N WKimberlites and lamproites: Extreme products of mantle enrichment processes198588 (2), 439-447. Abstract
Bailey D KFluids, melts, flowage and styles of eruption in alkaline ultramafic magmatism198588 (2), 449-457. Abstract
Lorenz VMaars and diatremes of phreatomagmatic origin: A review198588 (2), 459-470. Abstract
Abstracts of papers presented at a Mineralogical Society of South Africa (MINSA) meeting held at the Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg, in 1985.
Harmer R EA Sr-isotope study of Transvaal carbonatites.198588 (2), 471-472. Abstract
Lurie JChemical classification of Pilanesberg rocks.198588 (2), 472-473. Abstract
Zelt G A D; Wilson A H; Markgraaff JUnusual tschermakitic hornblende + anorthite + hercynite ± fassaite-rich rocks from Namaqualand, South Africa.198588 (2), 473-474. Abstract
Cawthorn R G; Bristow J W; Groves D IAre magnesian ilmenites confined to alkaline magmas?198588 (2), 474-475. Abstract
Marsh JEvolution of a strongly differentiated suite of phonolites from the Klinghardt Mountains, Namibia.198588 (2), 475-476. Abstract
Le Roex A PContrasting geochemistry and mineralogy of the alkaline lavas of Gough Island and Tristan da Cunha.198588 (2), 476-477. Abstract
Moore R O; Gurney J JPyroxene solid solution in garnets included in diamonds from the Monastery Mine kimberlite.198588 (2), p. 477. Abstract
 
Bristow J W; Erlank A J; Welke H JObituary: Hugh Leonard Allsopp 1929-1986198588 (2), 479-482. Abstract
De Beer J H; Blume JGeophysical and hydrogeological investigations of the ground water resources of western Hereroland, South West Africa/Namibia198588 (3), 483-493. Abstract
Kirchner JBorehole stimulation tests in South West Africa/Namibia198588 (3), 495-499. Abstract
Meyer R., Duvenhage A.W.A., De Beer J.H., Huyssen R.M.J.A geophysical-geohydrological study along the Kuruman River in the Kuruman and Gordonia Districts198588 (3), 501-515. Abstract
Verhagen B.T.Isotope hydrology of ground-waters of the Kalahari, Gordonia198588 (3), 517-522. Abstract
Verhagen B.T., Dziembowski Z.M.Geohydrological and environmental isotope observations on Sishen groundwaters198588 (3), 523-528. Abstract
Levin M, Talma A S, Vogel J CGeohydrological investigation of a uranium anomaly near Vanzylsrus in the northern Cape Province198588 (3), 529-540. Abstract
Hodgson F.D.I.Hydrological disturbances associated with increased underground extraction of coal198588 (3), 541-544. Abstract
Yelf R.J.Dewatering of strip coal mines in South Africa198588 (3), 545-548. Abstract
Botha J.F.Ground-water modelling: Present and future198588 (3), 549-552. Abstract
Van Tonder G.J., Botha J.F.Parameteridentifikasie in grondwaterstudies198588 (3), 553-559. Abstract
Nicolaysen L OOn the physical basis for the extended Wilson cycle, in which most continents coalesce and then disperse again. [Alexander L. du Toit Memorial Lecture No. 19]198588 (3), 561-580. Abstract
Hattingh P.J.The palaeomagnetism of the Merensky reef footwall rocks of the Bushveld Complex198689 (1), 1-8. Abstract
Kuhn G.J., Zaaiman H.Long wavelength magnetic anomaly map for Southern Africa from MAGSAT198689 (1), 9-16. Abstract
Cornell D.H., Hawkesworth C.J., Van Calsteren P., Scott W.D.Sm-Nd study of Precambrian crustal development in the Prieska-Copperton region, Cape Province198689 (1), 17-28. Abstract
Conradie J.A., Schoch A.E.Iron-titanium oxide equilibria in copper-bearing diorites, Namaqualand198689 (1), 29-34. Abstract
Tomich S AAn outline of the economic geology of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia198689 (1), 35-55. Abstract
Plimer I.R.Sediment-hosted exhalative Pb-Zn deposits - Products of contrasting ensialic rifting198689 (1), 57-73. Abstract
Joubert PNamaqualand - A model of Proterozoic accretion?198689 (2), 79-96. Abstract
Waters D.J.Metamorphic zonation and thermal history of Pelitic gneisses from western Namaqualand, South Africa198689 (2), 97-102. Abstract
Watkeys M.K.The Achab Gneiss: A "floor" in Bushmanland or a flaw in Namaqualand?198689 (2), 103-116. Abstract
Onstott T C; Hargraves R B; Joubert P; Reid D LConstraints on the tectonic evolution of the Namaqua Province I: Palaeomagnetic and 40Ar/39Ar Results from the Richtersveld Subprovince198689 (2), 117-142. Abstract
Onstott T.C., Hargraves R.B., Joubert P.Constraints on the tectonic evolution of the Namaqua Province II: Reconnaissance palaeomagnetic and 40Ar/39Ar results from the Namaqua Province and Kheis belt198689 (2), 143-170. Abstract
Onstott T.C., Hargraves R.B., Reid D.L.Constraints on the tectonic evolution of the Namaqua Province III: Palaeomagnetic and 40Ar/39Ar results from the Gannakourie dyke swarm198689 (2), 171-183. Abstract
Stowe C W.Synthesis and interpretation of structures along the north-eastern boundary of the Namaqua Tectonic Province, South Africa198689 (2), 185-198. Abstract
Eglington B M; Harmer R E; Kerr APetrographic, Rb-Sr isotope and geochemical characteristics of intrusive granitoids from the Port Edward-Port Shepstone area, Natal198689 (2), 199-213. Abstract
Kasch K WDelamination and suture progradation in the southern Damara Orogen of central South West Africa/Namibia198689 (2), 215-222. Abstract
Sawkins F JThe recognition of palaeorifting in Mid- to Late-Proterozoic terranes: Implications for the exploration geologist198689 (2), 223-232. Abstract
Duke N A; Hodder R WStratabound base metals and gold in iron-rich rocks of a Late Proterozoic-Early Palaeozoic rift setting, Central Appalachia, USA198689 (2), 233-241. Abstract
Blake D H; Stewart A J; Sweet I PThe Proterozoic Hatches Creek Group, an ensialic sandstone-bimodal volcanic association in central Australia198689 (2), 243-251. Abstract
Blake D HMiddle Proterozoic evolution of the Mount Isa Inlier, north-western Queensland, Australia: A synthesis198689 (2), 253-262. Abstract
Glikson A YAn up-thrusted Early Proterozoic basic granulite-anorthosite suite and anatectic gneisses, south-west Arunta Block, Central Australia: evidence on the nature of the lower crust198689 (2), 263-283. Abstract
Richards J.R.Lead Isotopic signatures: Further examination of comparisons between South Africa and Western Australia198689 (2), 285-304. Abstract
Austin M ASoft-sediment deformation structures in the Precambrian Carbon Leader placer, East Driefontein Gold Mine, Carletonville goldfield198689 (3), 305-310. Abstract
McCarthy T.S., Charlesworth E.G., Stanistreet I.G.Post-Transvaal structural features of the northern portion of the Witwatersrand basin198689 (3), 311-323. Abstract
Mayer J.J.Differential erosion of possible Kalahari aeolian deposits along the Vaal-orange drainage basin and the upper reaches of the Harts River198689 (3), 325-334. Abstract
Coetzee J.The Lease Granite - A granophyric, miarolitic mineralized granite at the apical region of a tin-tungsten system198689 (3), 335-345. Abstract
Cheney E S, Twist T DThe Waterberg "basin" - A reappraisal198689 (3), 353-360. Abstract
Scogings A.J.Peralkaline Gneissic granites in the Ngoye Granite-Gneiss Formation, Natal198689 (3), 361-365. Abstract
Lipson R D; Martin G J; Hobbs J B MHeavy mineral layers: Evidence of a clastic origin for Bushmanland quartzite genesis at Aggeneys198689 (3), 367-372. Abstract
Visser J N JLateral lithofacies relationships in the glaciogene Dwyka Formation in the western and central parts of the Karoo basin198689 (3), 373-383. Abstract
Visser J N J; Lowe D R; Beukes N JA Permo-Carboniferous glacial pavement and related Karoo rocks along the Ghaap Escarpment near Boetsap, northern Cape Province198689 (3), 385-388. Abstract
Eriksson P GAeolian dune and alluvial fan deposits in the Clarens Formation of the Natal Drakensberg198689 (3), 389-393. Abstract
Visser J N J; Beukes G.J., Scott L.Vivianite in Late Pleistocene swamp deposits near Clarens, South Africa198689 (3), 395-400. Abstract
Cairncross B., McCarthy T.S.A FORTRAN IV computer program for displaying coal seam data.198689 (3), 409-414. Abstract
Eriksson P.G., Twist D.A note on a lahar deposit in the Hekpoort Formation, Transvaal Sequence, near Pretoria198689 (3), 415-418. Abstract

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Du Plessis A; Kleywegt R JA dipping sheet model for the mafic lobes of the Bushveld Complex198790 (1), 1-6. Abstract
Cornell D HStratigraphy and petrography of the Hartley Basalt Formation, northern Cape Province198790 (1), 7-24. Abstract
Karpeta W RThe Cretaceous Mbotyi and Mngazana Formations of the Transkei Coast: Their sedimentology and structural setting198790 (1), 25-36. Abstract
Miyano T;. Beukes N J; Van Reenen D DMetamorphic evidence for early post-Bushveld sills in the Penge Iron Formation, Transvaal Sequence, Eastern Transvaal198790 (1), 37-43. Abstract
Robb L.J., Meyer M.The nature of the Archaean basement in the hinterland of the Witwatersrand Basin: 1. The Rand Anticline between Randfontein and Rysmierbult198790 (1), 44-63. Abstract
Reynolds I MAn occurrence of iron-rich hoegbomite in metamorphosed titaniferous iron ores of the Mambula Complex, Zululand198790 (1), 64-71. Abstract
Els B.G., Beukes N.J.Sedimentology of the Middelvlei Placer, Doornfontein Gold Mine, Witwatersrand Supergroup198790 (1), 72-85. Abstract
Shone R.W.A resedimented conglomerate and shallow-water turbidite from the Sardinia Bay Formation, Lower Table Mountain Group198790 (1), 86-93. Abstract
Thamm A GPalaeoenvironmental significance of clast shape in the Nardouw Formation, Cape Supergroup198790 (1), 94-97. Abstract
Newton A.R.The fracture pattern around the Sutherland diatreme, Cape Province, from remote sensing198790 (2), 99-106. Abstract
Raath M A; McIntosh J SSauropod dinosaurs from the Central Zambezi Valley, Zimbabwe, and the age of the Kadzi Formation198790 (2), 107-119. Abstract
Marker M.E.A note on marine benches of the southern Cape198790 (2), 120-123. Abstract
Eriksson P.G., Nixon N., Snyman C.P.A study of Upper Pretoria Group sedimentary rocks in contact with the Rustenburg Suite in the Buffelspoort Dam area, near Rustenburg198790 (2), 124-136. Abstract
Thwaites R.N., Jacobs E.O.The Knysna lignites: A review of their position within the geomorphological development of the southern Cape Province, South Africa198790 (2), 137-146. Abstract
Reddering J.S.V., Esterhuysen K.Sediment dispersal in the Knysna estuary: Environmental management considerations198790 (2), 148-154. Abstract
Wilkins C.B., Eriksson P.G., Van Schalkwyk A.Two generations of karst-fill sedimentary rocks within Chuniespoort Group dolomites south of Pretoria198790 (2), 155-167. Abstract
Mossman D JStratiform gold occurrences of the Witwatersrand type in the Huronian Supergroup, Ontario, Canada198790 (2), 168-178. Abstract
Partridge T.C., Maud R.R.Geomorphic evolution of Southern Africa198790 (2), 179-208. Abstract
Marshall T.R.Morphotectonic analysis of the Wesselsbron panveld198790 (3), 209-218. Abstract
Cairncross B; Cadle A BA genetic stratigraphy for the Permian coal-bearing Vryheid Formation in the east Witbank Coalfield, South Africa198790 (3), 219-230. Abstract
Maud R.R., Partridge T.C., Siesser W.G.An early Tertiary marine deposit at Pato's Kop, Ciskei198790 (3), 231-238. Abstract
Pirajno F., Jacob R.E.Sn-W metallogeny in the Damara orogen, South West Africa/Namibia.198790 (3), 239-255. Abstract
Pirajno F; Petzel V F W; Jacob R EGeology and alteration-mineralization of the Brandberg West Sn-W deposit, Damara orogen, South West Africa/Namibia198790 (3), 256-269. Abstract
Myers M., Myers R.E., McCarthy T.S.Re-examination of the Sugarbush Fault and associated structures198790 (3), 270-281. Abstract
Kleywegt R.J., Stettler E.H., Brandl G., Day R.W., De Beer J.H., Duvenhage A.W.A.The structure of the Giyani greenstone belt as derived from geophysical studies198790 (3), 282-295. Abstract
Heinemann M., Buhmann D.Coal-tonsteins from the Molten Formation of the Maluti District, Transkei198790 (3), 296-304. Abstract
Hargraves R.B.Palaeomagnetic and 40Ar/39Ar evidence for intrusion of dioritic and peralkaline rocks at Vredefort prior to overturning of the collar198790 (3), 305-313. Abstract
Brandt RA revised stratigraphy for the Abbabis Complex in the Abbabis Inlier, Namibia198790 (3), 314-323. Abstract
Baumbach G.W.S.Note on the correlation of the Upper Unit of the Luipaardsvlei Member of the Krugersdorp Formation on the West Wits Line198790 (3), 324-325. Abstract
Ward J H WGenesis of Barberton gold: The exhalite source-bed concept198790 (3), 326-331. Abstract
Winter M.F., Cairncross B., Cadle A.B.A genetic stratigraphy for the Vryheid Formation in the northern Highveld Coalfield, South Africa198790 (4), 333-343. Abstract
Walraven F., Retief E.A., Burger A.J., Swanepoel D.J. De V.Implications of new U-Pb zircon age dating on the Nebo Granite of the Bushveld Complex198790 (4), 344-351. Abstract
Walraven FGeochronological and isotopic studies of Bushveld Complex rocks from the Fairfield borehole at Moloto, northeast of Pretoria198790 (4), 352-360. Abstract
Vearncombe, J.R. Barton, J.M. Walsh, K.L.The Rooiwater Complex and associated rocks, Murchison granitoid- greenstone terrane, Kaapvaal Craton198790 (4), 361-377. Abstract
Beukes N J; Smit C ANew evidence for thrust faulting in Griqualand West, South Africa: implications for stratigraphy and the age of red beds198790 (4), 378-394. Abstract
Du Plessis C PNew perspectives on early Waterberg Group sedimentation from the Gatkop area, northwestern Transvaal198790 (4), 395-408. Abstract
Winter H. De La R.A cratonic foreland model for Witwatersrand Basin development in a continental back-arc, plate-tectonic setting198790 (4), 409-427. Abstract
Maree, B.D.The deposition and distribution of alluvial diamonds in South Africa198790 (4), 428-447. Abstract
Reddering J S V., Esterhuysen KSediment dispersal in the Knysna estuary: environmental management considerations198790 (4), 448-457. Abstract
Reddering J.S.V., Esterhuysen K.The effects of river floods on sediment dispersal in small estuaries: A case study from East London198790 (4), 458-470. Abstract
Evans M.J., Eglington B.M., Kerr A., Saggerson E.P.The geology of the Proterozoic rocks around Umzinto, Southern Natal, South Africa198790 (4), 471-488. Abstract
Cooper J.A.G., McMillan I.K.Foraminifera of the Mgeni Estuary, Durban and their sedimentological significance198790 (4), 489-498. Abstract
Pirajno F., Schlogl H.U.The alteration-mineralization of the Krantzberg tungsten deposit, South-West Africa/Namibia198790 (4), 499-508. Abstract
Pirajno FA fossil hot spring system in the Brandberg Complex, Damara Province, South-West Africa/Namibia198790 (4), 509-513. Abstract
Eglington B.M., Harmer R.E.Sr isotopes in Proterozoic carbonate metasediments from Natal: Constraints on the formation of the Natal Structural and Metamorphic Province198790 (4), 514-519. Abstract
Talbot C.J., Grantham G.H.The Proterozoic intrusion and deformation of deep crustal "sills" along the south coast of Natal198790 (4), 520-538. Abstract
Cairncross B; Cadle A BDepositional palaeoenvironments of the coal-bearing Permian Vryheid Formation in the east Witbank Coalfield, South Africa198891 (1), 1-17. Abstract
Zawada P KTrace elements as possible palaeosalinity indicators for the Ecca and Beaufort Group mudrocks in the southwestern Orange Free State198891 (1), 18-26. Abstract
Schlegel G C JContribution to the metamorphic and structural evolution of the Kheis Tectonic Province, northern Cape, South Africa198891 (1), 27-37. Abstract
Visser J N J; Loock J CSedimentary 'facies of the Dwyka Formation associated with the Nooitgedacht glacial pavements, Barkly West District198891 (1), 38-48. Abstract
Zawada P K; Cadle A BPosition of the Ecca-Beaufort contact in the southwestern Orange Free State: an evaluation of four possible alternatives198891 (1), 49-56. Abstract
Hunter D R; Wilson A HA continuous record of Archaean evolution from 3,5 Ga to 2,6 Ga in Swaziland and northern Natal198891 (1), 57-74. Abstract
Smith A M; Zawada P KThe Ecca-Beaufort transition zone near Philipstown, Cape Province: a marine shelf sequence198891 (1), 75-82. Abstract
De Kock G S; Botha B J VKomontwikkeling in die Damara-orogeen gedurende die afsetting van die Okomis- en Omusemaformasies aan die basis van die Swakogroep, in die gebied suidoos van Karibib, Suidwes-Afrika/Namibia198891 (1), 83-96. Abstract
Du Plessis C P; Clendenin C WThe Bobbejaanwater Fault System south of Thabazimbi, western Transvaal198891 (1), 97-105. Abstract
Albat H MShatter cone/bedding interrelationship in the Vredefort Structure: evidence for meteorite impact?198891 (1), 106-113. Abstract
Leyshon P R; Tennick F PThe Proterozoic Magondi Mobile Belt in Zimbabwe - a review198891 (1), 114-131. Abstract
Van Der Merwe J P; Honiball A; Tomlinson IMaking peels with transparent PVC sheet198891 (1), 132-133. Abstract
Yoder H S Jr.The great basaltic 'floods'. [Alexander L. du Toit Memorial Lecture No. 20]198891, (2), 139-156. Abstract
Hutchinson R W; Viljoen R PReevaluation of gold source in Witwatersrand ores198891 (2), 157-173. Abstract
Humphreys H C; Van Bever Donker J M; Scott W D; Van Schalkwyk LThe early deformational history of the eastern Namaqua Province: new evidence from Prieska - Copper Mines198891 (2), 174-183. Abstract
De Beer J H; Stettler E H; Du Plessis J G; Blume JThe deep structure of the Barberton greenstone belt: a geophysical study198891 (2), 184-197. Abstract
Tavener-Smith R; Cooper J A G; Rayner R JDepositional environments in the Volksrust Formation (Permian) in the Mhlatuze River, Zululand198891 (2), 198-206. Abstract
Cooper M RLower Campanian (Cretaceous) ammonites from Angola198891 (2), 207-211. Abstract
Scheepers R; Schoch A EGeology and geochemistry of the Klipberg alkali feldspar granite and associated hydrothermally altered rocks in the Darling batholith, southwestern Cape Province198891 (2), 212-225. Abstract
Christie A D MSedimentology of a torbanite seam in the vicinity of Wakkerstroom, southeastern Transvaal198891 (2), 226-238. Abstract
Mayer J J; Albat H MThe tectono-sedimentary setting of the area of the Vredefort Structure during deposition of the upper quartzite member of the Hospital Hill Subgroup198891 (2), 239-247. Abstract
Bowles MMetallogeny of stratabound tungsten mineralization in the Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex, northwest Cape, South Africa - the consanguineous view198891 (2), 248-256. Abstract
Gresse P G; Fitch F J; Miller J A40Ar/39Ar dating of the Cambro-Ordovician Vanrhynsdorp tectonite in southern Namaqualand198891 (2), 257-263. Abstract
Van Der Merwe R; Roering C; Smit C ASlickenside analysis of the Potchefstroom Fault198891 (2), 264-274. Abstract
Thomas R JThe petrology of the Oribi Gorge Suite; Kibaran charnockitic granitoids from southern Natal198891 (2), 275-291. Abstract
Stettler E H; Du Plessis J G; De Beer J HThe structure of the Pietersburg greenstone belt, South Africa, as derived from geophysics198891 (2), 292-303. Abstract
De Waal S AOf barons and barriers198891 (3), 305-315. Abstract
Botha G AAndalusite-bearing sand in the northwestern Transvaal: its accumulation with respect to the development of the upper Limpopo River drainage basin198891 (3), 316-320. Abstract
Cooper M RA new bivalve from the late Jurassic of Zimbabwe198891 (3), 321-325. Abstract
Cooper M RA new species of trigoniid bivalve from the Lower Cretaceous (Albian) of Zululand198891 (3), 326-328. Abstract
Harris R WExamination of dextral transpression as a model for the development of thrusts and late folds in eastern Namaqualand198891 (3), 329-336. Abstract
Martini J E JAs-Zn mineralization associated with a Proterozoic geothermal system in the Rooiberg Group198891 (3), 337-345. Abstract
Moore A EPlant distribution and the evolution of the major river systems in southern Africa198891 (3), 346-349. Abstract
Visser J N JA Permo-Carboniferous tunnel valley system east of Barkly West, northern Cape Province198891 (3), 350-357. Abstract
De Decker R HThe wave regime on the inner shelf south of the Orange River and its implications for sediment transport198891 (3), 358-371. Abstract
Humphreys H C; Van Schalkwyk L; Scott W DA geological and structural map of the Areachap Group succession at Prieska Copper Mines, northwest Cape Province198891 (3), 373-380. Abstract
Illenberger W KThe dunes of the Alexandria coastal dunefield, Algoa Bay, South Africa198891 (3), 381-390, 1 fig. Abstract
Gresse P GWashover boulder fans and reworked phosphorite in the Alexander Bay Formation198891 (3), 391-398. Abstract
Hill R SQuaternary faulting in the south-eastern Cape Province198891 (3), 399-403. Abstract
Wilson A C; Jackson M P AMantled gneiss domes in southern Swaziland and the concept of 'stable' Pongola cratonic cover198891 (3), 404-414. Abstract
Reddering J S VPseudo-stylolites produced by abrasion, Robberg, southern Cape198891 (3), 415-416. Abstract
Booth P W KCalculation of displacement on Pan African shears: The Riethoek Shear198891 (3), 417-419. Abstract
Visser J N JBespreking van 'Die afsetting en verspreiding van spoeldiamante in Suid-Afrika' deur B.D. Maree en die outeur se antwoord op bespreking198891 (3), 420-422. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RDiscussion of 'A continuous record of Archaean evolution from 3,5 Ga to 2,6 Ga in Swaziland and northern Natal198891 (3), 422-424. Abstract
Pretorius A I; Van Reenen D D; Barton J M JrBIF-hosted gold mineralization at the Fumani Mine, Sutherland greenstone belt, South Africa198891 (4), 429-438. Abstract
Saggerson E P; Logan C TDeformation and chemistry of calcic pyroxenes in granophyric gabbro198891 (4), 439-449. Abstract
Pryor M JGeological and fluid inclusion studies at Ogofau and Gwynfynydd gold mines, Wales198891 (4), 450-464. Abstract
Geringer G J; Botha B J V; Slabbert M JThe Keimoes Suite - a composite granitoid batholith along the eastern margin of the Namaqua mobile belt, South Africa198891 (4), 465-476. Abstract
Eriksson P GSedimentology of the Rooihoogte Formation, Transvaal Sequence198891 (4), 477-489. Abstract
Eriksson P G; Meyer R; Botha W JA hypothesis on the nature of the Pretoria Group basin198891 (4), 490-497. Abstract
Richards R J; Eriksson P GThe sedimentology of the Pretoria Group in selected areas of the northern portion of the Rooiberg Fragment198891 (4), 498-508. Abstract
Keyser N; Zawada P KTwo occurrences of ash-flow tuff from the lower Beaufort Group in the Heilbron- Frankfort area, northern Orange Free State198891 (4), 509-521. Abstract
Johnson M R; Rust I CTerranes, tectonostratigraphy and unconformity-bounded units: a review of current nomenclature198891 (4), 522-526. Abstract
Stowe C.W.A pascal program for plotting and rotating stereographic projections198891 (4), 527-542. Abstract
Els B GTextural and mineralogical composition of some fluvial Witwatersrand rocks of the West Wits Line Goldfield198891 (4), 543-549. Abstract
Bisschoff I; Bisschoff A AA lithium-bearing pegmatite from the Vredefort Dome198891 (4), 550-552. Abstract
Ward J H WDiscussion on 'Constraints on the tectonic evolution of the Namaqua Province 1: Palaeomagnetic and 40Ar/39Ar, results from the Richtersveld Subprovince'198891 (4), 553-554. Abstract
Reddering J S V; Illenberger W KDiscussion on 'Palaeoenvironmental significance of clast shape in the Nardouw Formation, Cape Supergroup'198891 (4), 554-555. Abstract
Scogings A J; Forster I FGneissose carbonatites in the Bull's Run Complex, Natal198992 (1), 1-10. Abstract
Allsopp H L; Kramers J D; Jones D L; Erlank A JThe age of the Umkondo Group, eastern Zimbabwe, and implications for palaeomagnetic correlations198992 (1), 11-19. Abstract
Schoch A E; Beukes G J; Van Der Westhuizen W A; De Bruiyn HNatroalunite from Koenabib, Pofadder district, South Africa198992 (1), 20-28. Abstract
Karpeta W PBedded cherts in the Rietgat Formation, Hartbeesfontein, South Africa: A late Archaean to early Proterozoic magadiitic alkaline playa lake deposit?198992 (1), 29-36. Abstract
Coetzee H; Kruger F JThe geochronology, Sr- and Pb-isotope geochemistry of the Losberg Complex, and the southern limit of Bushveld Complex magmatism198992 (1), 37-41. Abstract
Colliston W P; Praekelt H E; Schoch A EA broad perspective (Haramoep) of geological relations established by sequence mapping in the Proterozoic Aggeneys terrane, Bushmanland, South Africa198992 (1), 42-48. Abstract
Duane M J; Welke H J; Allsopp H L; Wilsher W AU-Pb isotope systematics, ages and genesis of Karoo uranium deposits, South Africa198992 (1), 49-64. Abstract
Mee D M; Illenberger W KModifications to the Reimnitz sea sled - a device for profiling the surf zone of sandy beaches198992 (1), 66-68. Abstract
Cooper J A G; Kilburn R NA Late Pleistocene molluscan assemblage from Lake Nhlange, Zululand, and its palaeoenvironmental implications198992 (2), 73-83. Abstract
Moen H F GA petrographical study of Bushveld-type rocks from boreholes on the Moloto geophysical anomaly, northeast of Pretoria198992 (2), 84-94. Abstract
McMillan I KVictoriella conoidea (Rutten, 1914): A guide foraminifera for the later Aquitanian (Early Miocene) marine rocks of southern Africa198992 (2), 95-101. Abstract
Eriksson P G; Labuschagne H; Engelbrecht J PStratigraphy, lithology and sedimentology of the Droogedal Formation, Transvaal Sequence, western Transvaal198992 (2), 102-109. Abstract
Newton A R; Boyle T PNew data from Landsat image interpretation in the Richtersveld198992 (2), 125-133. Abstract
De Bruin DMantle eclogites from the Schuller kimberlite, Transvaal, South Africa198992 (2), 134-145. Abstract
Miller R McGThe keys to successful corporate mineral exploration198992 (2), 146-154. Abstract
Van Der Merwe S W; Botha B J VThe Groothoek Thrust Belt in western Namaqualand; an example of a mid-crustal structure198992 (2), 155-166. Abstract
Winter H De La RA tectonic classification of certain South African depositional basins and criteria for recognition of major unconformity-bounded sequences198992 (2), 167-182. Abstract
De Kock G S; Botha B J VAfsettingsomgewing en komontleding van die Etusisformasie in die sentrale Damara-orogeen198992 (2), 183-196. Abstract
Skinner C PThe petrology of peridotite xenoliths from the Finsch kimberlite, South Africa198992 (3), 197-206. Abstract
Schlegel G C J; Von M. Harmse H J; Brunke OGranulometric and mineralogical characteristics of the Kalahari sands of southern Africa198992 (3), 207-222. Abstract
Fletcher P; Reimold W USome notes and speculations on the pseudotachylites in the Witwatersrand Basin and Vredefort Dome, South Africa198992 (3), 223-234. Abstract
Meintjes P G; Visser J N J; Grobler N JEvolution of the late Archaean volcano-sedimentary basins of the Platberg Group near Welkom, Orange Free State198992 (3), 235-249. Abstract
Cooper M RAdditions to the Cretaceous ammonite fauna from Zululand198992 (3), 250-253. Abstract
Andersen N J B; Hattingh P JPalaeomagnetism of major rock units surrounding the Vaalputs National Radioactive Waste Disposal Site198992 (3), 254-260. Abstract
Macrae C SPalynostratigraphic identification of an unconformity in borehole KNP 7 from the north-eastern part of the Soutpansberg Coalfield (Permian Period), South Africa198992 (3), 261-271. Abstract
Matthews P.E., Charlesworth E.G., Eglington B.M., Harmer R.E.A minimum 3,29 Ga age for the Nondweni greenstone complex in the south-eastern Kaapvaal Craton198992 (3), 272-278. Abstract
Cooper J A GFairweather versus flood sedimentation in Mhlanga Lagoon, Natal: implications for environmental management198992 (3), 279-294. Abstract
Winter H De La RDiscussion on 'Terranes, tectonostratigraphy and unconformity-bounded units: a review of current nomenclature'198992 (3), 295-296. Abstract
Kingsley C SDiscussion on 'Terranes, tectonostratigraphy and unconformity-bounded units: a review of current nomenclature'198992 (3), 296-298. Abstract
Reimer T ODiscussion on 'Re-evaluation of gold source in Witwatersrand ores'198992 (3), 298-299. Abstract
Hutchinson R W; Viljoen R PAuthors' reply to discussion198992 (3), 299-300. Abstract
Thomas R JPreface to the special issue on the Proterozoic rocks of the Natal Structural and Metamorphic Province198992 (4), 301-305. Abstract
Thomas R JA tale of two tectonic terranes198992 (4), 306-321. Abstract
Thomas R JThe petrogenesis of the Mzumbe Gneiss Suite, a tonalite-trondhjemite orthogneiss suite from the southern part of the Natal Structural and Metamorphic Province198992 (4), 322-338. Abstract
Scogings A JPeralkaline granitoid and associated alkaline mafic gneisses north-west of Eshowe, Natal198992 (4), 339-351. Abstract
Thomas R J; Mawson S ANewly discovered outcrops of Proterozoic basement rocks in northeastern Transkei198992 (4), 369-376. Abstract
Mendonidis P; Grantham G HThe distribution, petrology and geochemistry of the Munster Suite, south coast, Natal198992 (4), 377-388. Abstract
Naidoo D D; Eglington B M; Harmer R EA Rb-Sr isotope study of a young granite sheet at Marble Delta, southern Natal198992 (4), 389-392. Abstract
Eglington B M; Harmer R E; Kerr ARb-Sr isotopic constraints on the ages of the Mgeni and Nqwadolo Granites, Valley of a Thousand Hills, Natal198992 (4), 393-399. Abstract
Eglington B M; Kerr ARb-Sr and Pb-Pb geochronology of Proterozoic intrusions from the Scottburgh area of southern Natal198992 (4), 400-409. Abstract
Thomas R.J., Gain S.B.The geological setting of gold mineralization at Dumisa, Natal198992 (4), 410-419. Abstract
Von Brunn V; Marshall C G AGlaciated surfaces and the base of the Dwyka Formation near Pietermaritzburg, Natal198992 (4), 420-426. Abstract
Smithies R H; Pirajno FThe alteration-mineralization of the Van Rooi's Vley W-Sn deposit, Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex, South Africa198992 (4), 427-435. Abstract
Le Roux J P; Rust I CComposite facies maps: a new aid to palaeo-environmental reconstruction198992 (4), 436-443. Abstract
Mee D; Shone R WSedimentary structures in a modern beach; Sundays River, Algoa Bay198992 (4), 444-451. Abstract
Dunlevey J NDisrupted fluvioglacial intercalations at Mtwalume, Natal198992 (4), 452-455. Abstract
Ward J H WDiscussion on 'A broad perspective (Haramoep) of geological relations established by sequence mapping in the Proterozoic Aggeneys terrane, Bushmanland, South Africa'198992 (4), 456-459. Abstract
Colliston W P; Praekelt H E; Schoch A EAuthor's reply to discussion on 'A broad perspective (Haramoep) of geological relations established by sequence mapping in the Proterozoic Aggeneys terrane, Bushmanland, South Africa'198992 (4), 459-460. Abstract
Smith PDiscussion on 'A broad perspective (Haramoep) of geological relations established by sequence mapping in the Proterozoic Aggeneys terrane, Bushmanland, South Africa' by W.P. Colliston, H.E. Praekelt and A.E. Schoch198992 (4), 460-464. Abstract
Praekelt H E; Colliston W P; Schoch A EAuthor's reply to discussion by P. Smith on 'A broad perspective (Haramoep) of geological relations established by sequence mapping in the Proterozoic Aggeneys terrane, Bushmanland, South Africa'198992 (4), 464-466. Abstract
Visser J N JDiscussion on 'U-Pb isotope systematics, ages and genesis of Karoo uranium deposits, South Africa'198992 (4), 466-469. Abstract
Duane M JAuthor's reply to discussion on 'U-Pb isotope systematics, ages and genesis of Karoo uranium deposits, South Africa'198992 (4), 469-470. Abstract
Cole D I; Le Roux J P; Smith R MDiscussion on 'U-Pb isotope systematics, ages and genesis of Karoo uranium deposits, South Africa'198992 (4), 471-472. Abstract
Duane MAuthor's reply to discussion on 'U-Pb isotope systematics, ages and genesis of Karoo uranium deposits, South Africa'198992 (4), 472-474. Abstract
Brink G J; Keenan J H GDiscussion on 'A tectonic classification of certain South African depositional basins and criteria for recognition of major unconformity-bounded sequences'198992 (4), 475-476. Abstract
Winter H De La RAuthor's reply to discussion by G.J. Brink and J.H.G. Keenan on 'A tectonic classification of certain South African depositional basins and criteria for recognition of major unconformity-bounded sequences'.198992 (4), 476-477. Abstract
McCarthy T S; Stanistreet I G; Robb L JGeological studies related to the origin of the Witwatersrand Basin and its mineralization - an introduction and a strategy for research and exploration199093 (1), 1-4. Abstract
Robb L J; Meyer F M; Ferraz M F; Drennan G RThe distribution of radioelements in Archaean granites of the Kaapvaal Craton, with implications for the source of uranium in the Witwatersrand Basin199093 (1), 5-40. Abstract
Drennan G R; Robb L J; Meyer F M; Armstrong R A; De Bruiyn HThe nature of the Archaean basement in the hinterland of the Witwatersrand Basin: II. A crustal profile west of the Welkom Goldfield and comparisons with the Vredefort crustal profile199093 (1), 41-53. Abstract
Phillips G N; Law J D M; Myers R EThe role of fluids in the evolution of the Witwatersrand Basin199093 (1), 54-69. Abstract
Meyer F M; Robb L J; Oberthür T; Saager R; Stupp H DCobalt, nickel, and gold in pyrite from primary gold deposits and Witwatersrand reef199093 (1), 70-82. Abstract
Law J D M; Bailey A C; Cadle A B; Phillips G N; Stanistreet I GReconstructive approach to the classification of Witwatersrand 'quartzites'199093 (1), 83-92. Abstract
Wallmach T; Meyer F MA petrogenetic grid for metamorphosed aluminous Witwatersrand shales199093 (1), 93-102. Abstract
Tainton S; Meyer F MThe stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Promise Formation of the Witwatersrand Supergroup in the western Transvaal199093 (1), 103-117. Abstract
Meyer F M; Tainton S; Saager RThe mineralogy and geochemistry of small-pebble conglomerates from the Promise Formation in the West Rand and Klerksdorp areas199093 (1), 118-134. Abstract
Bailey A C; Law J D M; Cadle A B; Phillips G NThe Zandfontein Quartzite Formation, a marine deposit in the Central Rand Group, Witwatersrand Supergroup199093 (1), 135-146. Abstract
Cairncross B; Brink M CA reference section for part of the Jeppestown and Government subgroups, Witwatersrand Supergroup, Klerksdorp Goldfield, South Africa199093 (1), 147-157. Abstract
Holland M J; Stanistreet I G; McCarthy T STectonic control on the deposition of the Turffontein Subgroup around the Vredefort Dome199093 (1), 158-168. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RThe Vaalrand enigma - an evaluation of the correlation proposals for a succession of quartzites in the Balfour district, Transvaal199093 (1), 169-179. Abstract
Myers R E; McCarthy T S; Stanistreet I GA tectono-sedimentary reconstruction of the development and evolution of the Witwatersrand Basin, with particular emphasis on the Central Rand Group199093 (1), 180-201. Abstract
Clendenin C W; Charlesworth E G; Maske SStructural styles of fault inversion influencing the Witwatersrand Supergroup: Examples from Oukop, northeast of Klerksdorp199093 (1), 202-210. Abstract
Charlesworth E G; McCarthy T SStructural aspects of the eastern part of the Rietfontein Fault System199093 (1), 211-223. Abstract
Myers R E; McCarthy T S; Bunyard M; Cawthorn R G; Falatsa T M; Hewitt T; Linton P; Myers J M; Palmer K J; Spencer RGeochemical stratigraphy of the Klipriviersberg Group volcanic rocks199093 (1), 224-238Abstract
Linton P L; McCarthy T S; Myers R EA geochemical reappraisal of the stratigraphy of the Klipriviersberg Group in the type borehole LL1 in the Bothaville area199093 (1), 239-244. Abstract
McCarthy T S; McCallum K; Myers R E; Linton PStress states along the northern margin of the Witwatersrand Basin during Klipriviersberg Group volcanism199093 (1), 245-260. Abstract
Myers J M; McCarthy T S; Stanistreet I GPlatberg-age structures, sedimentation and volcanism in the Buffelsdoorn Graben, northeast of Klerksdorp199093 (1), 261-271. Abstract
Stanistreet I G; McCarthy T SMiddle Ventersdorp graben development north of the Carletonville Goldfield and its relevance to the evolution of the Witwatersrand Basin199093 (1), 272-288. Abstract
McCarthy T S; Stanistreet I G; Cadle A B; Durrheim RThe geology of the Ventersdorp Supergroup (Bezuidenhout Valley) outlier to the east of Johannesburg and its relevance to the tectonics of a Witwatersrand Basin margin199093 (1), 289-309. Abstract
Mayer J J; Albat H MAn appraisal of the significance of small-scale fold structures in the contorted bed of the area of the Vredefort Structure199093 (2), 311-317. Abstract
Engelbrecht J PThe Marico Hypabyssal Suite, and the marginal zone of the Bushveld Complex in the Marico District, western Transvaal, South Africa199093 (2), 318-328. Abstract
McLachlan I R; Jonker J PTuff beds in the northwestern part of the Karoo Basin199093 (2), 329-338. Abstract
Engelbrecht J PContact metamorphic processes related to the aureole of the Bushveld Complex in the Marico District, western Transvaal, South Africa199093 (2), 339-349. Abstract
Killick A M; Reimold W UReview of the pseudotachylites in and around the Vredefort 'Dome', South Africa199093 (2), 350-365. Abstract
Visser J N JThe age of the late Palaeozoic glacigene deposits in southern Africa199093 (2), 366-375. Abstract
Kruger F JThe stratigraphy of the Bushveld Complex: a reappraisal and the relocation of the Main Zone boundaries199093 (2), 376-381. Abstract
Oesterlen P MA new occurrence of the Dwyka Formation in western Zimbabwe199093 (2), 382-388. Abstract
Geringer G J; Ludick D JMiddle-Proterozoic calc-alkaline, shoshonitic volcanism along the eastern margin of the Namaqua Mobile Belt, South Africa - implications for tectonic evolution in the area199093 (2), 389-399. Abstract
Geringer G J; Praekelt H E; Schoch A E; Botha B J VThe Oranjekom Complex, a layered metamorphosed anorthosite-gabbro suite along the eastern margin of the Namaqua Mobile Belt, South Africa199093 (2), 400-411. Abstract
Cooper M R; Greyling E HA spatangoid echinoid from the Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) of Zululand199093 (2), 412-416. Abstract
Master S'Archaean', 'Proterozoic', and the Archaean-Proterozoic Boundary: semantic minefield in a Precambrian no-man's land199093 (2), 417-419. Abstract
Gurney J JThe diamondiferous roots of our wandering continent. [Alexander L. du Toit Memorial Lecture No. 21]199093 (3), 424-437. Abstract
Parsons C F; Killick A MA reassessment of the structure of the dolomite inliers southeast of Westonaria199093 (3), 438-442. Abstract
Klinger H C; Kennedy W JMetaplacenticeras subtilstriatum (Jimbo, 1894) (Cephalopoda: Ammonoidea) from the St Lucia Formation (Cretaceous), Zululand199093 (3), 443-445. Abstract
Bühmann C., Bühmann DPhyllosilicates in hydrothermally altered dolerite sills199093 (3), 446-453. Abstract
Eriksson P G; Twist D; Snyman C P; Burger LThe geochemistry of the Silverton Shale Formation, Transvaal Sequence199093 (3), 454-462. Abstract
Byron C L; Barton J MThe setting of mineralization in a portion of the Eersteling goldfield, Pietersburg granite-greenstone terrane, South Africa199093 (3), 463-472. Abstract
Hartnady C J HSeismicity and plate boundary evolution in southeastern Africa199093 (3), 473-484. Abstract
Pirajno FGeology, geochemistry and mineralisation of the Erongo Volcanic Complex, Namibia199093 (3), 485-504. Abstract
Bühmann C; Bühmann DClay minerals as palaeoenvironment indicators exemplified on a Karoo sequence from the Bothaville area, South Africa199093 (3), 505-513. Abstract
Le Roux F GPalaeontological correlation of Cenozoic marine deposits of the southeastern, southern and western coasts, Cape Province199093 (3), 514-518. Abstract
Hattingh P JPalaeomagnetism of granites in the Bushveld Complex199093 (3), 519-524. Abstract
Visser J N J; Joubert APossible earthquake-induced sediment liquefaction in thermal spring deposits at Florisbad, Orange Free State199093 (3), 525-530. Abstract
Els B GDetermination of some palaeohydraulic parameters for a fluvial Witwatersrand succession199093 (3), 531-537. Abstract
Cooper M RQuaternary Mollusca from the Port Durnford Formation199093 (3), 538-546. Abstract
Albat H M; Mayer J JShatter cones in Vredefort rocks - imagination or reality?199093 (3), 547-548. Abstract
Altermann W; Hälbich I WThrusting, folding and stratigraphy of the Ghaap Group along the southwestern margin of the Kaapvaal Craton199093 (4), 553-566. Abstract
Schreiber U M; Eriksson P G; Meyer P C; Van Der Neut MThe sedimentology of the Boshoek Formation, Transvaal Sequence199093 (4), 567-573. Abstract
Von Veh M W; Andersen N J BNormal-slip faulting in the coastal areas of northern Natal and Zululand, South Africa199093 (4), 574-582. Abstract
De Beer C HSimultaneous folding in the Western and Southern Branches of the Cape Fold Belt199093 (4), 583-591. Abstract
Wright C I; McMillan I K; Mason T RForaminifera and sedimentation patterns in St. Lucia Estuary mouth, Zululand, South Africa199093 (4), 592-601. Abstract
Henckel J; Schweitzer J K; Horsch HThe identification of provenance-controlled facies by geochemical methods on a portion of the Vaal Reef, Klerksdorp Goldfield199093 (4), 602-610. Abstract
Harris C; Watkins R TFluid interaction in the Witwatersrand goldfields: oxygen isotope geochemistry of Ventersdorp-age dolerite intrusions199093 (4), 611-615. Abstract
Shone R W; Nolte C C; Booth P W KPre-Cape rocks of the Gamtoos area - a complex tectonostratigraphic package preserved as a horst block199093 (4), 616-621. Abstract
McMillan I KA foraminiferal biostratigraphy and chronostratigraphy for the Pliocene to Pleistocene Upper Algoa Group, eastern Cape, South Africa199093 (4), 622-644. Abstract
Reimold W UThe controversial microdeformations in quartz from the Vredefort Structure, South Africa - a discussion199093 (4), 645-663. Abstract
Cheney E S; Barton J M (Jr); Brandl GExtent and age of the Soutpansberg sequences of southern Africa199093 (4), 664-675. Abstract
Stettler E H; De Beer J H; Kleywegt R JThe structure of the Palmietfontein and Entabeni granite plutons as derived from geophysical studies199093 (4), 676-682. Abstract
Thomas R J; Bullen W D; De Klerk I; Scogings A JThe distribution and genesis of precious and base metal mineralization in the Natal Metamorphic Province, South Africa199093 (4), 683-695. Abstract
Farrow D J; Harmer R E; Hunter D R; Eglington B MRb-Sr and Pb-Pb dating of the Anhalt leucotonalite, northern Natal199093 (4), 696-701. Abstract
Du Plessis C PDiscussion on 'A hypothesis on the nature of the Pretoria Group Basin'199093 (4), 702-705. Abstract
Eriksson P G; Meyer R; Botha W JA hypothesis on the nature of the Pretoria Group Basin - Authors' reply to discussion199093 (4), 705-708. Abstract
Cornell D H; Kröner A; Humphreys H; Griffin GAge of origin of the polymetamorphosed Copperton Formation, Namaqua-Natal Province, determined by single grain zircon Pb-Pb dating199093 (5/6), 709-716. Abstract
Eales H VThe Birds River Intrusion - a quantitative model for Karoo Central Province basalt fractionation199093 (5/6), 717-728. Abstract
Van Rooy J L; Nixon NMineralogical alteration and durability of Drakensberg basalts199093 (5/6), 729-737. Abstract
Le Roux J PUranium mineralization in the Molteno and Elliot Formations199093 (5/6), 738-743. Abstract
Bühmann D; Lepper JSignificant mineral variations in the Lower Karoo deposits of the Mid-Zambezi Basin, Zimbabwe, and their palaeoenvironmental implications199093 (5/6), 744-753. Abstract
Martini J E JHydrothermal veins and pre-Waterberg palaeogossans in the Bushveld granite of Blackwood Camp, Transvaal199093 (5/6), 754-760. Abstract
Thomas R J; Eglington B MA Rb-Sr, Sm-Nd and U-Pb zircon isotopic study of the Mzumbe Suite, the oldest intrusive granitoid in southern Natal, South Africa199093 (5/6), 761-765. Abstract
Thomas R J; Eglington B M; Kerr AThe geology and geochronology of the Belmont pluton and microgranite dykes from the Margate area - the search for Pan-African magmatism in southern Natal199093 (5/6), 766-775. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr); Klemd R; Byron C L; Beattie MAlbitization and the gold-bearing Roodepoort pluton, Pieterburg granite-greenstone terrane, South Africa199093 (5/6), 776-784. Abstract
Le Roux J PFlume study on the concentration of ilmenite in fine-grained sand and implications concerning uranium mineralization in the Beaufort Group199093 (5/6), 785-794. Abstract
Newton A RGeological remote sensing in southern Africa - a literature review199093 (5/6), 795-802. Abstract
Shaw P A; Cooke H J; Perry C CMicrobialitic silcretes in highly alkaline environments: some observations from Sua Pan, Botswana199093 (5/6), 803-808. Abstract
Thomas R J; Von Brunn V; Marshall C G AA tectono-sedimentary model for the Dwyka Group in southern Natal, South Africa199093 (5/6), 809-817. Abstract
Mitchell A AThe stratigraphy, petrography and mineralogy of the Main Zone of the northewestern Bushveld Complex199093 (5/6), 818-831. Abstract
Martin D McBA re-interpretation of post-Pilanesberg faulting west of Thabazimbi199093 (5/6), 832-834. Abstract
Martin D M; Charlesworth E G; Clendenin C WEpisodic reactivation of the Thabazimbi-Murchison Line as determined from slump breccia and rhythmite deposition within the Chuniespoort Group, Transvaal Sequence199093 (5/6), 835-844. Abstract
Harmer R E; Eglington B MA review of the statistical principles of geochronometry: towards a more consistent approach for reporting geochronological data199093 (5/6), 845-856. Abstract
Stedman R L; Hunter D RNote on the Archaean geology, southeast of Paulpietersburg, northern Natal199093 (5/6), 857-863. Abstract
Winter H De La RKaapvaal chronostratigraphy should be based on known rock successions rather than any proposed estimated time scale199093 (5/6), 864-868. Abstract
Winter H De La RDiscussion on 'Evolution of the late Archaean volcano-sedimentary basins of the Platberg Group near Welkom, Orange Free State' by P.G. Meintjes, J.N.J. Visser and N.J. Grobler199093 (5/6), 869-875. Abstract
Visser J N JReply to author's reply to discussion on 'U-Pb isotope systematics, ages and genesis of Karoo uranium deposits, South Africa' by M.J. Duane. (S. Afr. J. Geol., 92, 466-469)199093 (5/6), 876-877. Abstract
Stanistreet I G; Eriksson P GAn introduction to the special issue on Precambrian sedimentary basins of southern Africa199194 (1), 1-2. Abstract
Kogbe C AStratigraphy and tectonic history of the Iullemmeden Basin in West Africa199194 (1), 19-32. Abstract
Klein G De VOrigin and evolution of North American cratonic basins199194 (1), 3-18. Abstract
Schopt J WCollapse of the Late Proterozoic ecosystem199194 (1), 33-43. Abstract
Beukes N J; Cairncross BA lithostratigraphic-sedimentological reference profile for the Late Archaean Mozaan Group, Pongola Sequence: application to sequence stratigraphy and correlation with the Witwatersrand Supergroup199194 (1), 44-69. Abstract
Minter W E L; Loen J SPalaeocurrent dispersal patterns of Witwatersrand gold placers199194 (1), 70-85. Abstract
Robb L J; Davis D W; Kamo S LChronological framework for the Witwatersrand Basin and environs: towards a time-constrained depositional model199194 (1), 86-95. Abstract
Geerthsen K; Maher M J; Meyer RThe western edge of the Griqualand West Basin - A geophysical perspective199194 (1), 96-103. Abstract
Harmer R E; Von Gruenewaldt GA review of magmatism associated with the Transvaal Basin - implications for its tectonic setting199194 (1), 104-122. Abstract
Visser J N J; Joubert ACyclicity in the Late Pleistocene to Holocene spring and lacustrine deposits at Florisbad, Orange Free State199194 (2/3), 123-131. Abstract
Hattingh P JThe magnetic susceptibility of the mafic rocks of the Bushveld Complex199194 (2/3), 132-136. Abstract
Johnson M RSandstone petrography, provenance and plate tectonic setting in Gondwana context of the southeastern Cape-Karoo Basin199194 (2/3), 137-154. Abstract
Reid D L; Erlank A JAge and correlation of the False Bay dolerite dyke swarm, south-western Cape, Cape Province199194 (2/3), 155-158. Abstract
Germs G J BThe foreland basin of the Damara and Gariep orogens in Namaqualand and southern Namibia: stratigraphic correlations and basin dynamics199194 (2/3), 159-169. Abstract
Humphreys H C; Schlegel G C -J; Stowe C WHigh pressure metamorphism in garnet-hornblende-muscovite-plagioclase-quartz schists from the Kheis Belt199194 (2/3), 170-173. Abstract
Joubert A; Beukes G J; Visser J N J; De Bruiyn HA note on flourite in Late Pleistocene thermal spring deposits at Florisbad, Orange Free State199194 (2/3), 174-177. Abstract
Van Der Spuy D; Willis J PThe occurrence of aragonite in carbonate lenses in coals from the Witbank area.199194 (2/3), 178-180. Abstract
Winter H De La R; Brink M CChronostratigraphic subdivision of the Witwatersrand Basin based on a Western Transvaal composite column199194 (2/3), 191-203. Abstract
Verryn S M C; Von Gruenewaldt G; Merkle R K WPetrogenetic implications of mineralogical and geochemical features of rocks hosting the Waaikraal gold deposit, northwest of Brits, Transvaal199194 (2/3), 204-211. Abstract
Le Roux J PFlume experiments on permeability and organic matter as related to the genesis of uranium deposits in the Beaufort Group199194 (2/3), 212-219. Abstract
Walraven F; Smith C B; Kruger F JAge determinations of the Zoetlief Group - a Ventersdorp Supergroup correlative199194 (2/3), 220-227. Abstract
Walraven F; Elsenbroek J HGeochronology of the Schurwedraai Alkali Granite and associated nepheline syenite and implications for the origin of the Vredefort structure199194 (2/3), 228-235. Abstract
Geerthsen KNote on the densities of some rock units in the northern Cape Province199194 (2/3), 236-244. Abstract
Welman J; Groenewald G H; Kitching J WConfirmation of the occurrence of Cynognathus Zone (Kannemeyeria-Diademodon Assemblage-zone) deposits (uppermost Beaufort Group) in the northeastern Orange Free State, South Africa199194 (2/3), 245-248. Abstract
Master SBird footprints as nucleation sites for subaerial desiccation cracks in a saline mudflat, Pretoria Salt Pan.199194 (2/3), 249-252. Abstract
Visser J N JSelf-destructive collapse of the Permo-Carboniferous marine ice sheet in the Karoo Basin: evidence from the southern Karoo199194 (4), 255-262. Abstract
Booth P W KPan-African structural and tectonic imprint on basement rocks near Eksteenfontein, Gariep Marginal Zone, Namaqualand199194 (4), 263-271. Abstract
Cole D IDepositional environment of the Dwyka Group in the Boshof-Hertzogville region, Orange Free State199194 (4), 272-287. Abstract
Schreiber U M; Eriksson P G; Snyman C PA provenance study of the sandstones of the Pretoria Group, Transvaal Sequence (South Africa): petrography, geochemistry, and palaeocurrent directions199194 (4), 288-298. Abstract
Söhnge A P GAlluvial history of the Eerste River, Stellenbosch199194 (4), 299-312. Abstract
Beukes G J; De Bruiyn H; Van Der Westhuizen W AFluocerite and associated minerals from the Baviaanskranz granite pegmatite near Kakamas, South Africa199194 (4), 313-320. Abstract
Clendenin C W; Henry G; Charlesworth E GCharacterisitics of and influences on the Black Reef depositional sequence in the eastern Transvaal199194 (4), 321-327. Abstract
Watchorn M B; O'Brien M FThe significance of marine modification in some Witwatersrand placers - an example from the Lower Witwatersrand West Rand Group199194 (5/6), 333-339. Abstract
Hattingh J; Rust I COrigin of "patch" clay matrix in fluvial gravels from the modern Swartkops River, South Africa199194 (5/6), 340-342. Abstract
Meyer F MAmmonium in Witwatersrand reefs: a possible indicator of metamorphic fluid flow199194 (5/6), 343-347. Abstract
Harley M; Charlesworth E GCompressive deformation of a pre-Bushveld diabasic sill, Sudwala, eastern Transvaal199194 (5/6), 348-354. Abstract
Sieber T; Van Reenen D D; Barton J M (Jr)Hydrothermal alteration in the Matok Igneous Complex, Southern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo Belt, South Africa199194 (5/6), 355-364. Abstract
Hugo V E; Cornell D HAltered ilmenites in Holocene dunes from Zululand, South Africa: petrographic evidence for multistage alteration199194 (5/6), 365-378. Abstract
Kröner A; Retief E A; Compston W; Jacob R E; Burger A JSingle-grain and conventional zircon dating of remobilized basement gneisses in the central Damara belt of Namibia199194 (5/6), 379-387. Abstract
Dunlevey J N; Mendonidis PThe basal beds of the Dwyka Group in Coedmore Quarry, Durban, Natal199194 (5/6), 388-391. Abstract
Schreiber U M; Eriksson P GThe sedimentology of the post-Magaliesberg formations of the Pretoria Group, Transvaal Sequence, in the eastern Transvaal199295 (1/2), 1-16. Abstract
Teigler B; Eales H V; Scoon R NThe cumulate succession in the Critical Zone of the Rustenburg Layered Suite at Brits, western Bushveld Complex199295 (1/2), 17-28. Abstract
Booth P W K; Shone R WStructure of the Table Mountain Group in the Port Elizabeth area199295 (1/2), 29-33. Abstract
Booth P W K; Shone R WThe pre-Cape - Table Mountain Group contact west of Port Elizabeth199295 (1/2), 34-39. Abstract
Mayer J J; Els B GThe reconstruction of palaeocurrent dispersal patterns for Turffontein strata in the Vredefort structure in relation to a tectonic model for the area199295 (1/2), 40-50. Abstract
Bullen W D; Thomas R.J., Scogings A.J.The geological setting of industrial mineral deposits in the natal metamorphic province.199295 (1/2), 51-59. Abstract
Els B G; Mayer J JTransgressive and progradational beach and nearshore facies in the Late Archaean Turffontein Subgroup of the Witwatersrand Supergroup, Vredefort area, South Africa199295 (1/2), 60-73Abstract
Gow C EGnawing of rock outcrop by porcupines199295 (1/2), 74-75. Abstract
Floyd G JDiscussion on 'Geological remote sensing in Southern Africa - a literature review' by A.R. Newton, and the author's reply to discussion199295 (1/2), p76. Abstract
Bisschoff A ADiscussion on 'Geochronology of the Schurwedraai Alkali Granite and associated nepheline syenite and implications for the origin of the Vredefort Structure' by F. Walraven and J.H. Elsenbroek199295 (1/2), 76-78. Abstract
Gaál GGlobal Proterozoic tectonic cycles and Early Proterozoic metallogeny. [Alexander L. du Toit Memorial Lecture No. 22]199295 (3/4), 88-93. Abstract
Grantham G H; Eglington B MMineralogy, chemistry, and age of granitic veins at Nicholson's Point, South Coast, Natal199295 (3/4), 88-93. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RArchaean granite-greenstone relationships on the farm Zandspruit 191 IQ, North Riding area, Johannesburg Dome199295 (3/4), 94-101. Abstract
Weder E E W; Botha W J; Winter H De La RA new structural model for the area south of the Central and East Rand Goldfields, derived from a detailed gravity survey199295 (3/4), 102-107. Abstract
Van Zyl J A; Scheepers A C TQuaternary sediments and the depositional environment of the lower Uniab River area, Skeleton Coast, Namibia199295 (3/4), 108-115. Abstract
Thomas R J; Eglington B M; Evans M J; Kerr AThe petrology of the Proterozoic Equeefa Suite, southern Natal, South Africa199295 (3/4), 116-130. Abstract
Beattie M; Barton J M (Jr)Alteration and occurrence of gold mineralization in the Roodepoort Goldfield, Pietersburg granite-greenstone terrane199295 (3/4), 131-140. Abstract
Davey S RLateral variations within the upper Critical Zone of the Bushveld Complex on the farm Rooikoppies 297 JQ, Marikana, South Africa199295 (3/4), 141-149. Abstract
Hammerbeck E C ICan minerals sustain prosperity for all?199295 (5/6), 151-158. Abstract
Hattigh J., Rust I.C.Bed microtopography in a gravel-bed river and its influence on heavy mineral concentration199295 (5/6), 159-164. Abstract
Singer A., Kirsten W.F.A., Buhrmann C.Occurrence of sepiolite in the northern Transvaal, South Africa199295 (5/6), 165-170. Abstract
Le Roux J PPalaeoenvironmental interpretation of tabular sandstones in the Beaufort Group of the Karoo Basin, South Africa199295 (5/6), 171-180. Abstract
Visser J N JDeposition of the Early to Late Permian Whitehill Formation during a sea-level highstand in a juvenile foreland basin199295 (5/6), 181-193. Abstract
McNerney N., Dippenaar K., Snyman C.P., Begg E.J.B.The geology of the Greenview lamprophyric breccia vent199295 (5/6), 194-202. Abstract
Hiller N., Taylor F.F.Late Devonian shoreline changes: an analysis of Witteberg Group stratigraphy in the Grahamstown area199295 (5/6), 203-212. Abstract
Heubeck C; Wendt J I; Toulkeridis T; Kröner A; Lowe D RTiming of deformation of the Archaean Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa: constraints from zircon dating of the Salisbury Kop Pluton199396 (1/2), 1-8. Abstract
Eglington B M; Harmer R EA review of the statistical principles of geochronometry: II. Additional concepts pertinent to radiogenic U-Pb studies199396 (1/2), 9-21. Abstract
Newton A RThrusting on the northern margin of the Cape Fold Belt, near Laingsburg199396 (1/2), 22-30. Abstract
Walraven F; Hattingh EGeochronology of the Nebo Granite, Bushveld Complex199396 (1/2), 31-41. Abstract
Gibson R LWhen is a hornfels not a hornfels? Metapelitic rocks from the lower Witwatersrand supergroup, Vredefort Dome, South Africa199396 (1/2), 42-48. Abstract
Linton P L; McCarthy T SA method for the stratigraphic classification of Klipriviersberg Group and Allanridge Formation volcanic rocks199396 (1/2), 49-56. Abstract
Roberts P J; Gize A P; Duane M J; Verhagen B TPrecambrian hydrocarbon residues associated with Mississippi Valley-type mineralization in the Transvaal Sequence, South Africa199396 (1/2), 57-60. Abstract
Hallbauer D KDiscussion on 'Ammonium in Witwatersrand reefs: a possible indicator of metamorphic fluid flow' by F. M. Meyer and J. Ridgeway.199396 (1/2), 63-64. Abstract
Bailey D KPetrogenetic implications of the timing of alkaline, carbonatite, and kimberlite igneous activity in Africa199396 (3), 67-74. Abstract
Verwoerd W JUpdate on carbonatites of South Africa and Namibia199396 (3), 75-95. Abstract
Stettler E H; Coetzee H; Rogers H J J; Lubala R TThe Schiel Alkaline Complex: geological setting and geophysical investigation199396 (3), 96-107. Abstract
Verwoerd W J; Weder E E W; Harmer R EThe Stukpan carbonatite in the Orange Free State Goldfield199396 (3), 108-118. Abstract
Kogarko L NGeochemical characteristics of oceanic carbonatites from the Cape Verde Islands199396 (3), 119-125. Abstract
Woolley A R; Buckley H AMagnesite-siderite series carbonates in the Nkombwa and Newania carbonatite complexes199396 (3), 126-130. Abstract
Barker D SDiagnostic magmatic features in carbonatites: implications for the origins of dolomite- and ankerite-rich carbonatites199396 (3), 131-138. Abstract
Hamilton D L; Kjarsgaard B AThe immiscibility of silicate and carbonate liquids199396 (3), 139-142. Abstract
Ryabchikov I D; Hamilton D LInteraction of carbonate-phosphate melts with mantle peridotites at 20-35 kbar199396 (3), 143-148. Abstract
Jago B C; Gittins JPyrochlore crystallization in carbonatites; the role of fluorine199396 (3), 149-159. Abstract
Hunter D RSouth African geosciences in Antarctica: The third decade. [Alexander L. du Toit Memorial Lecture No. 23].199396 (4), 162-181. Abstract
Boer R H; Schoch A E; De Bruiyn HGeochemical aspects of the glimmerite occurrences in the Okiep Copper District, Namaqualand199396 (4), 182-189. Abstract
Bosch P J A; Eriksson P G; Snyman C PThe Wolkberg Group in the northeastern Transvaal: palaeoenvironment derived from sedimentology and geochemistry199396 (4), 190-204. Abstract
Odgers A T R; Hinds R C; Von Gruenewaldt GInterpretation of a seismic reflection survey across the southern Bushveld Complex199396 (4), 205-212. Abstract
Newton A RShort Communications - The Cape folding - a syntaxis or not?199396 (4), 213-215. Abstract
Dunlevey J N; Ramluckan V R; Mitchell A ASecondary mineral zonation in the Drakensberg Basalt Formation, South Africa199396 (4), 216-220. Abstract
Shone R W; Booth P W KThrusting in the Bokkeveld Group of the southern Cape199396 (4), 220-225. Abstract
Eriksson P G; Engelbrecht J P; Res M; Harmer R EThe Bushy Bend lavas, a new volcanic member of the Pretoria Group, Transvaal Sequence199497 (1), 1-7. Abstract
Thomas R J; Cornell D H; Moore J M; Jacobs JCrustal evolution of the Namaqua-Natal Metamorphic Province, southern Africa199497 (1), 8-14. Abstract
Millsteed B DPalynological evidence for the age of the Permian Karoo coal deposits near Vereeniging, northern Orange Free State, South Africa199497 (1), 15-20. Abstract
Zawada P KPalaeoflood hydrology of the Buffels River, Laingsburg, South Africa: was the 1981 flood the largest?199497 (1), 21-32. Abstract
Brandl GPetrography, geochemistry, and setting of metabasic dykes in the Alldays Gneiss, Limpopo Belt199497 (1), 33-44. Abstract
Maier W D; Walters B MThe UG2-Merensky Reef interval at Amandelbult Section, Rustenburg Platinum Mines: patterns of lateral variation in lithology.199497 (1), 45-51. Abstract
Gresse P GStrain partitioning in the southern Gariep Arc as reflected by sheath folds and stretching directions.199497 (1), 52-61. Abstract
Jackson M CGeochemistry and metamorphic petrology of Dominion Group metavolcanics in the Vredefort area, South Africa.199497 (1), 62-77. Abstract
Geringer G J; Humphreys H C; Scheepers D JLithostratigraphy, protolithology, and tectonic setting of the Areachap Group along the eastern margin of the Namaqua Mobile Belt, South Africa.199497 (1), 78-100. Abstract
Eriksson P G; McCourt S; Snyman C PA note on the petrography of upper Karoo sandstones in the Natal Drakensberg: implications for the Clarens Formation palaeoenvironment.199497 (1), 101-103. Abstract
Winter H De La RDiscussion on 'A method for the stratigraphic classification of Klipriviersberg Group and Allanridge Formation volcanic rocks' by Linton P L & McCarthy T S199497 (1), 104-105. Abstract
Moen H F G; Retief E A; Walraven FSingle-zircon Pb-evaporation evidence for 2.77 Ga magmatism in northwestern Transvaal, South Africa199497 (2), 107-113. Abstract
Onstott T.C., Hattingh P.J., Hargraves R.B.Palaeomagnetic results from the Timbavati Gabbros in the Kruger National Park, South Africa199497 (2), 114-118. Abstract
Winter H. De La R.Foreland depobasin response of the Witwatersrand Supergroup in the Rietfontein East Rand region: eustatic marine parallels and tectonic continental contrasts around the proximal rim199497 (2), 119-134. Abstract
Rex D.C., Reid D.L.Cretaceous dykes associated with the opening of the South Atlantic: the Mehlberg dyke, northern Richtersveld199497 (2), 135-145. Abstract
Kennedy W J; Klinger H CCretaceous faunas from Zululand and Natal, South Africa Salaziceras Salazacense (Hébert & Munier-Chalmas, 1875) from the Mzinene Formation of northern Zululand199497 (2), 146-148 Abstract
Bate M.D., Coetzee M.S., Smuts L.Sectorally arranged valleriite lamellae in ferroan spinel of the transgressive carbonatite, Phalaborwa Complex, South Africa199497 (2), 149-155. Abstract
Hattingh J.Depositional environment of some gravel terraces in the Sundays River Valley, Eastern Cape199497 (2), 156-166. Abstract
Viljoen J.H.A.Sedimentology of the Collingham Formation, Karoo Supergroup199497 (2), 167-183. Abstract
De Beer C.H., Scheepers R., Gresse P.G., Rozendaal A.Structural setting of the Riviera W-Mo deposit, Western Cape, South Africa199497 (2), 184-195. Abstract
Linton P.L., McCarthy T.S., Brown C.A.The sequential eruption and tectonic history of the Kilpriviersberg Group as illustrated by the distribution of geochemical units199497 (2), 196-204. Abstract
Millsteed B.D., Oesterlen P.M.Lithostratigraphy, palaeontology, and sedimentary environments of the western Cabora Bassa Basin, Lower Zambezi Valley, Zimbabwe199497 (2), 205-224. Abstract
Mayer J.J., Bate M.D., Marx F.E.The discovery of a shatter cone at the Rietfontein Complex and new data on the extent of the mafic portion of the complex.199497 (2), 225-227. Abstract
Roering C., Killick A.M.Bedding-parallel simple shear deformation at Randfontein Estates Gold Mine, Cooke Section, Witwatersrand Basin, South Africa199497 (2), 228-231. Abstract
Snyman C PBook Review: The GIA Diamond Dictionary.199497 (2), p 232 No Abstract.
Viljoen M J; Reimold W UThe Ventersdorp Contact Reef revisited - an introduction.199497 (3), 234-237. Abstract
Rust I CA note on the Ventersdorp Contact Reef: a gravel in transit.199497 (3), p 238. Abstract
Chunnett I EThe Ventersdorp Contact Reef - a historical perspective.199497 (3), 239-246. Abstract
McCarthy T SThe tectono-sedimentary evolution of the Witwatersrand Basin with special reference to its influence on the occurrence and character of the Ventersdorp Contact Reef - a review.199497 (3), 247-259. Abstract
Winter H De La RThe Ventersdorp Contact Reef in relation to the Witwatersrand Basin and overlying Ventersdorp volcanic rocks.199497 (3), 260-278. Abstract
Germs G J B; Schweitzer J KA provisional model for the regional morphostratigraphy of the Venterspost Conglomerate Formation in the West Rand and Carletonville Goldfields.199497 (3), 279-287. Abstract
Reddy V; Germs G J BStratigraphy and facies of the Venterspost Conglomerate Formation at Western Areas Gold Mine.199497 (3), 288-296. Abstract
Hall R C BSupporting evidence for the placement of the inter-reef lavas and associated sediments within the Venterspost Conglomerate Formation: Kloof Gold Mine.199497 (3), 297-307. Abstract
Henning L T; Els B G; Mayer J JThe Ventersdorp Contact Placer at Western Deep Levels South Gold Mine - an ancient terraced fluvial system.199497 (3), 308-318. Abstract
McWha MThe influence of landscape on the Ventersdorp Contact Reef at Western Deep Levels South Mine.199497 (3), 319-331. Abstract
Henckel J; Schweitzer J KGeochemical and mineralogical characteristics of a portion of the Ventersdorp Contact Reef At Elandsrand Gold Mine.199497 (3), 332-338. Abstract
Schweitzer J K; Van Niekerk A W; Ashworth S G E; Henckel JInterrelationship between geomorphology, stratigraphy, and gold grade in the Ventersdorp Contact Reef, eastern portion of Elandsrand Gold Mine.199497 (3), 339-347. Abstract
Zhao B; Meyer F M; Robb L J; McWha MA preliminary study of alteration associated with the Ventersdorp Contact Reef at Western Deep Levels South Mine, Witwatersrand Basin, South Africa.199497 (3), 348-356. Abstract
Smits GNote on the mineralogy of the Ventersdorp Contact Reef at Kloof Gold Mine.199497 (3), 357-364. Abstract
Trieloff M; Reimold W U; Kunz J; Boer R H; Jessberger E K40Ar-39Ar thermochronology of pseudotachylite at the Ventersdorp Contact Reef, Witwatersrand basin199497 (3), 365-384. Abstract
Regional Vcr Working GroupSome regional characteristics of the Ventersdorp Contact Reef (VCR).199497 (3), 385-386. Abstract
Cawthorn R GLayered igneous rocks: 25 years after Wager and Brown199497 (4), 389-392. Abstract
Kruger F JThe Sr-isotopic stratigraphy of the western Bushveld Complex199497 (4), 393-398. Abstract
Eales H V; De Klerk W J; Teigler B; Maier W DNature and origin of orthopyroxenites in the western Bushveld Complex, in the light of compositional data199497 (4), 399-407. Abstract
Maier W D; Eales H VPlagioclase inclusions in orthopyroxene and olivine of the UG2-Merensky Reef interval: regional trends in the western Bushveld Complex199497 (4), 408-414. Abstract
Tegner C; Wilson J R; Cawthorn R GThe dunite-clinopyroxenite pegmatoidal pipe, Tweefontein, eastern Bushveld Complex, South Africa199497 (4), 415-430. Abstract
Carr H W; Groves D I; Cawthorn R GControls on the distribution of Merensky Reef potholes at the Western Platinum Mine, Bushveld Complex, South Africa: implications for disruptions of the layering and pothole formation in the Complex199497 (4), 431-441. Abstract
Quadling K; Cawthorn R GThe layered Gabbronorite Sequence, Main Zone, eastern Bushveld Complex199497 (4), 442-454. Abstract
Cawthorn R GGrowth nodes at the base of magnetitite layers in the Upper Zone of the Bushveld Complex199497 (4), 455-461. Abstract
Wilson J R; Cawthorn R G; Kruger F J; Grundvig SIntrusive origin for the unconformable Upper Zone in the Northern Gap, western Bushveld Complex199497 (4), 462-472. Abstract
Boudreau A EMineral segregation during crystal aging in two-crystal, two-component systems199497 (4), 473-485. Abstract
Carr P FThe Coonemia Complex - a differentiated shoshonitic intrusion, southern Sydney Basin, Australia199497 (4), 486-495. Abstract
Aydin N S; Malps J; Jenner GPhysical characteristics of the Tilting Layered Suite, Fogo Island, Newfoundland199497 (4), 496-506. Abstract
Silva Z C G; Borges F S; Araújo A GChemical variation in plagioclase and olivine in layered rocks of the Kunene Complex in Angola199497 (4), 507-511. Abstract
Reischmann TPrecise U/Pb age determination with baddeleyite (ZrO2), a case study from the Phalaborwa Igneous Complex, South Africa199598 (1), 1-4. Abstract
Le Roux J P; Smit P HMacro- and mesoscale features of the Potgieterspoort Thrust, Kango Group199598 (1), 5-12. Abstract
Pirajno FVolcanic-hosted epithermal systems in northwest Turkey199598 (1), 13-24. Abstract
Liu K WDiagenesis of the Neogene Uloa Formation of Zululand, South Africa199598 (1), 25-34. Abstract
Berlenbach J WUnderthrusting in the Kloof Gold Mine199598 (1), 35-42. Abstract
Kisters A F M; Anhaeusser C RThe structural significance of the Steynsdorp pluton and anticline within the tectonomagmatic framework of the Barberton Mountain Land199598 (1), 43-51. Abstract
Munyanyiwa H; Kröner A; Jaeckel PU-Pb and Pb-Pb single zircon ages for charno-enderbites from the Magondi mobile belt, northwest Zimbabwe199598 (1), 52-57. Abstract
Walraven F; Martini JZircon Pb-evaporation age determinations of the Oak Tree Formation, Chuniespoort Group, Transvaal Sequence: implications for Transvaal-Griqualand West basin correlations199598 (1), 58-67. Abstract
Van Der Merwe S WThe relationship between thrusting, vertical shears, and open folds in the western part of the Namaqua mobile belt, South Africa199598 (1), 68-77. Abstract
Killick A M; Roering CThe relative age of pseudotachylite formation in the West Rand region, Witwatersrand Basin, South Africa, as deduced from structural observations199598 (1), 78-81. Abstract
Harris P D; Robb L J; Tomkinson M JThe nature and structural setting of rare-element pegmatites along the northern flank of the Barberton greenstone belt, South Africa199598 (1), 82-94. Abstract
Klinger H CCretaceous faunas from Zululand and Natal, South Africa. The Griesbach (1871), Stefanini, and Gortani (Venzo 1936) collections199598 (1), p95. Abstract
Hatton C JDiscussion on 'The sequential eruption and tectonic history of the Klipriviersberg Group as illustrated by the distribution of geochemical units' by P.L. Linton, T.S. McCarthy and C.A. Brown, and the authors' reply to discussion.199598 (1), 96-98. Abstract
Hartnady C J HQuantitative models of crustal growth199598 (2), 101-111. Abstract
Hoal B G; Hoal K E O; Boyd F R; Pearson D GAge constraints on crustal and mantle lithosphere beneath the Gibeon kimberlite field, Namibia199598 (2), 112-118. Abstract
Deines P; Van Heerden L A; Gurney J JThe carbon isotopic composition of harzburgitic, lherzolitic, websteritic and eclogitic paragenesis diamonds from southern Africa: a comparison of genetic models199598 (2), 119-125. Abstract
Harris CThe oxygen isotope geochemistry of the Karoo and Etendeka Volcanic Provinces of southern Africa199598 (2), 126-139. Abstract
Lanyon R; Le Roex A PPetrology of the alkaline and ultramafic lamprophyres associated with the Okenyenya igneous complex, northwestern Namibia199598 (2), 140-156. Abstract
McDonald I; Lindsay N M; Davies G; Tredoux MThe fractionation of platinum-group elements in magmatic systems, with the suggestion of a novel causal mechanism199598 (2), 157-167. Abstract
Tredoux M; McDonald I; Vaughan D JPlatinum mineralization in quartz veins near Naboomspruit, central Transvaal199598 (2), 168-175. Abstract
Frimmel H EMetamorphic evolution of the Gariep Belt199598 (2), 176-190. Abstract
Waters D J; Nowicki T E; Frimmel H EThe occurrence of osumilite in pelitic granulites of the Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex, South Africa199598 (2), 191-201. Abstract
Ben-Avraham ZNeotectonic activity offshore southeast Africa and its implications199598 (2), 202-207. Abstract
Rogers JA comparative study of manganese nodules off southern Africa199598 (2), 208-216. Abstract
Newton A RThrusting northwest of Laingsburg, Cape Province199598 (2), 217-223. Abstract
Stowe C WCharacteristics of jointing in the Malmesbury Group, Harbour area, Cape Town199598 (2), 224-231. Abstract
Miller D2000 years of indigenous mining and metallurgy in southern Africa - a review199598 (2), 232-238. Abstract
Colgan E A; Allsopp H L; Smith C B; Seggie A G; Skinner E M W; Colgan E AThe emplacement age and geochemical character of the Venetia kimberlite bodies, Limpopo Belt, northern Transvaal199598 (3), 239-244. Abstract
Schweitzer J K; Hatton C J; De Waal S ARegional lithochemical stratigraphy of the Rooiberg Group, upper Transvaal Supergroup: A proposed new subdivision199598 (3), 245-255. Abstract
Paszkowski T; Shone R WA high-level terrace deposit of probable marine origin - the Vanstadens conglomerate199598 (3), 256-262. Abstract
Gan S; Van Reenen D DGeology of gold deposits in the Southern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo Belt and the adjacent Sutherland Greenstone Belt, South Africa - Franke Mine199598 (3), 263-275. Abstract
Elsenbroek J H; Coetzee M S; Bate M DFlow differentiation - An explanation for the origin and distribution of plagioclase glomerocrysts in the Annas Rust dolerite sill, Vredefort Dome199598 (3), 276-286 Abstract
Brandt D; Reimold W UThe geology of the Pretoria Saltpan impact structure and the surrounding area199598 (3), 287-303. Abstract
Brandt D; Reimold W UThe petrology of the igneous rocks occurring in the Pretoria Saltpan impact crater and surrounding area199598 (3), 304-318. Abstract
Winter E; Butt C R M; Pirajno FGold enrichment in weathered carbonatite pyroclastics of the Kruidfontein Volcanic Complex, South Africa199598 (3), 319-325. Abstract
Smith C B; Doig R; Barton J M (Jr)Age, origin, and tectonic significance of the Entabeni granite, northern Transvaal, South Africa199598 (3), 326-330. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr)Professor Christian Roering199598 (4), 332-334. Abstract
Berlenbach J WAspects of bedding-parallel faulting associated with the Ventersdorp Contact Reef on the Kloof Gold Mine199598 (4), 335-348. Abstract
Hilliard P; McCourt SBedding-parallel simple shear deformation in the West Rand Group rocks on Northcliff Promontory, Johannesburg, South Africa - insight into the Late Archaean evolution of the Kaapvaal Craton199598 (4), 349-355. Abstract
Winter H De La RTectonic events affecting the Witwatersrand Basin with special reference to responses in the Bezuidenhout Valley199598 (4), 356-370. Abstract
Coetzee D S; Van Reenen D D; Roering CQuartz vein formation, metamorphism, and fluid inclusions associated with thrusting and bedding-parallel shear in Witwatersrand quartzites, South Africa199598 (4), 371-381. Abstract
Killick A M; Roering CMovement indicators for pseudotachylite-bearing faults199598 (4), 382-385. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr); Blignaut E; Salnikova E B; Kotov A BThe stratigraphical position of the Buffelsfontein Group based on field relationships and chemical and geochronological data199598 (4), 386-392. Abstract
Markgraaff J; Roering CThe energy difference between Dauphiné twin states in alpha quartz with reference to deep-level South African gold mines199598 (4), 393-398. Abstract
Schouwstra R PWall-rock alteration as a guide to gold-bearing fracture zones in the Zwartkoppie Section, Sheba Gold Mine, South Africa199598 (4), 399-414. Abstract
Vearncombe J R; Holyland P WRheology, stress-mapping, and hydrothermal mineralization - the example of structurally-controlled gold-antimony deposits in South Africa199598 (4), 415-429. Abstract
Beukes N J; Burger A M; Gutzmer JFault-controlled hydrothermal alteration of Palaeoproterozoic manganese ore in Wessels Mine, Kalahari manganese field199598 (4), 430-451. Abstract
Cairncross B; Anderson; J M; Anderson H MPalaeoecology of the Triassic Molteno Formation, Karoo Basin, South Africa - sedimentological and palaeontological evidence199598 (4), 452-478. Abstract
Venter M E; Cairncross BAcritarchs from the Number 5 Seam in the Permian Vryheid Formation, Witbank Coalfield, South Africa199598 (4), 479-487. Abstract
Hoernes S; Lichtenstein U; Van Reenen D D; Mokgatlha KWhole-rock/mineral O-isotope fractionations as a tool to model fluid-rock interaction in deep seated shear zones of the Southern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo Belt, South Africa199598 (4), 488-497. Abstract
Van Reenen D D; McCourt S; Smit C AAre the Southern and Northern Marginal Zones of the Limpopo Belt related to a single continental collisional event?199598 (4), 498-504. Abstract
De Wit M J; Ashwal L DGreenstone belts: what are they?199598 (4), 505-520. Abstract
Therriault A M; Reimold W U; Reid A MField relations and petrography of the Vredefort Granophyre199699 (1), 1-21. Abstract
Walraven F; Grobler D F; Key R MAge equivalence of the Plantation Porphyry and the Kanye Volcanic Formation, southeastern Botswana199699 (1), 23-31. Abstract
McCaffrey L; Harris C; Willis J PAn occurrence of calcite, strontianite, and ankerite in the Pilanesberg Complex, North West Province, South Africa199699 (1), 33-36. Abstract
Klinger H C; Kennedy W JWorthoceras Pacificum Matsumoto & Yokoi, 1987 (Cephalopoda: Ammonoidea) from the Mzinene Formation (Cretaceous), Zululand199699 (1), 37-40. Abstract
Gauert C D K; Jordaan L J; De Waal S A; Wallmach TIsotopic constraints on the source of sulphur for the base metal sulphides of the Uitkomst Complex, Badplaas, South Africa199699 (1), 41-50. Abstract
Karpeta W PTuffs from the Permian Teekloof Formation (Beaufort Group) From Murraysburg and Aberdeen, Cape Province - Their origin and alteration199699 (1), 51-67. Abstract
Martini J E J; Horn G F JThe Delmas silica deposit, Transvaal - a mega-sinkhole filled with beach sand during the Pretoria Group transgression199699 (1), 69-76. Abstract
Besler HThe Tsondab Sandstone in Namibia and its significance for the Namib erg199699 (1), 77-87. Abstract
Bisschoff A ANote on the relative ages of the pseudotachylite and the basic granophyre in the Vredefort Dome199699 (1), 89-92. Abstract
Gibson R LThe Vredefort hornfelses revisited: negotiating a terminological minefield199699 (1), 93-96. Abstract
Mabuza M H; Von Veh M WA note on the structure of the Late Archaean Pongola Sequence in the Sigwe Hills area, southeastern Swaziland - Evidence from a road cutting199699 (1), 97-101. Abstract
Gibson R L; Kisters A F MThe geology and mineralization of the Okiep Copper District: An overview199699 (2), 105-106. Abstract
Gibson R L; Robb L J; Kisters A F M; Cawthorn R GRegional setting and geological evolution of the Okiep Copper District, Namaqualand, South Africa199699 (2), 107-120. Abstract
Van Zwieten A J M; McCarthy T S; Cawthorn R GA petrogenetic model for the Koperberg Suite: evidence from the Jubilee Mine, Namaqualand, South Africa199699 (2), 121-134. Abstract
Brandriss M E; Cawthorn R GFormation of anorthosite and leucotonalite during magma hybridization in the Koperberg Suite of Namaqualand, South Africa199699 (2), 135-151. Abstract
Hamman J N; Rozendaal A; Jordaan WGabbro-norite-hosted Ni-Cu-(Co)-sulphide mineralization in southern Namaqualand and its relationship to the cupriferous Koperberg Suite of the Okiep Copper District, South Africa199699 (2), 153-168. Abstract
Watkeys M KThe Klondike steep structure, Okiep Copper District, South Africa199699 (2), 169-183. Abstract
Kisters A F M; Charlesworth E G; Gibson R L; Anhaeusser C RThe relationship between antiformal and monoclinal steep structures in the Okiep Copper District, Namaqualand: A case study199699 (2), 185-195 Abstract
Ayt Ougougdal M; Robb L J; Lespinasse M; Cathelineau M; Boiron M CThe nature of fluids associated with granulite facies metamorphism in the Okiep Copper District, Namaqualand, South Africa199699 (2), 197-208. Abstract
Potgieter J EExploration in the Okiep Copper District, Northern Cape Province, South Africa: An overview199699 (2), 209-220. Abstract
Hattingh P J; De Wet J A JA palaeomagnetic investigation of the Insizwa intrusives199699 (3), 221-228. Abstract
Brandl G; Jaeckel P; Kröner ASingle zircon age for the felsic Rubbervale Formation, Murchison Greenstone Belt, South Africa199699 (3), 229-234. Abstract
Booth P W KThe relationship between folding and thrusting in the Floriskraal Formation (upper Witteberg Group), Steytlerville, Eastern Cape199699 (3), 235-243. Abstract
Schwartz M O; Kwok Y Y; Davis D W; Akanyang PGeology, geochronology and regional correlation of the Ghanzi Ridge, Botswana199699 (3), 245-250. Abstract
Mitchell A A; Ramluckan V R; Dunlevey J N; Eglington B MThe basalt stratigraphy of the Sani Pass, Kwazalu/Natal Drakensberg199699 (3), 251-262. Abstract
Lea S DThe geology of the Upper Critical Zone, northeastern Bushveld Complex199699 (3), 263-283. Abstract
Visser J N JA Late Carboniferous subaqueous glacial valley fill complex: Fluctuations in meltwater output and sediment flux199699 (3), 285-291. Abstract
Brandt D; Reimold W U; Smith C BNew Rb-Sr ages for igneous rocks from the area of the Pretoria Saltpan impact crater199699 (3), 293-297. Abstract
Reimold W U; Minnitt R C AImpact-induced shatter cones or percussion marks on quartzites of the Witwatersrand and Transvaal Supergroups?199699 (3), 299-308. Abstract
Colliston W P; Schoch A EProterozoic metavolcanic rocks and associated metasediments along the Orange River in the Pofadder terrane, Namaqua Mobile Belt199699 (3), 309-325. Abstract
Lindsay P; Mason T R; Pillay S; Wright C ISedimentology and dynamics of the Mfolozi Estuary, north Kwazalu- Natal, South Africa199699 (3), 327-336. Abstract
Altermann WDiscussion on 'Zircon Pb-evaporation age determinations of the Oak Tree Formation, Chuniespoort Group, Transvaal Sequence: implications for the Transvaal-Griqualand West basin correlations'199699 (3), 337-338. Abstract
Burke KThe African Plate. [Alexander L. du Toit Memorial Lecture No. 24].199699 (4), 339-409. Abstract
Le Roux J PCycle hierarchy of a Neoproterozoic carbonate-siliciclastic shelf: Matjies River Formation of the Kango Group, South Africa1997100 (1), 1-10. Abstract
Reid D L; Smith C B; Watkeys M K; Welke H J; Betton P JWhole-rock radiometric age patterns in the Aggeneys-Gamsberg ore district, central Bushmanland, South Africa1997100 (1), 11-22. Abstract
Park R GEarly Precambrian plate tectonics1997100 (1), 23-35. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr); Sergeev SHigh precision, U-Pb analyses of single grains of zircon from quartzite in the Beit Bridge Group yield a discordia1997100 (1), 37-41. Abstract
Hattingh J; Goedhart M LNeotectonic control on drainage evolution in the Algoa basin, southeastern Cape Province1997100 (1), 43-52. Abstract
Gutzmer J; Beukes N J; Yeh H -WFault-controlled metasomatic alteration of Early Proterozoic sedimentary manganese ore at Mamatwan Mine, Kalahari manganese field, South Africa1997100 (1), 53-71. Abstract
Gan S; Van Reenen D DGeology of gold deposits in the Southern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo Belt and adjacent Sutherland Greenstone Belt, South Africa: Klein Letaba1997100 (1), 73-83. Abstract
Praekelt H E; Schoch A EStratigraphical synthesis of the metasediments of the Aggeneys terrane in the Namaqua Mobile Belt1997100 (1), 85-100. Abstract
Praekelt H E; Schoch A E; Visser J N JThe metasediments of the Aggeneys terrane in the Namaqua Mobile Belt: Sedimentary response to extensional-compressional variations in a continental environment1997100 (1), 101-110. Abstract
Eriksson P G; Reczko B F FDiscussion on 'The Delmas silica deposit, Transvaal - A mega-sinkhole filled with beach sand during the Pretoria Group transgression' by J.E.J. Martini and G.F.J. Horn1997100 (1), 111-112. Abstract
Martini J E J; Horn G F JAuthors' reply to discussion by P.G. Eriksson and B.F.F. Reczko on 'The Delmas silica deposit, Transvaal - A mega-sinkhole filled with beach sand during the Pretoria Group transgression'1997100 (1), 112-113. Abstract
Therriault A M; Reimold W U; Reid A MGeochemistry and impact origin of the Vredefort Granophyre1997100 (2), 115-122. Abstract
Thomas R J; Gold D J C; Verbeek J A; Walraven FGeology of the Archaean Nzimane Inlier, Zululand1997100 (2), 123-136. Abstract
Liu K WStratigraphy and depositional environments of the Natal Group at Park Rynie Beach, KwaZulu-Natal Province1997100 (2), 137-150. Abstract
Reid D L; Rex D C; Brandl GKaroo basalts in the Ellisras sub-basin, Northern Province1997100 (2), 151-156. Abstract
Roberts D L; Bamford M; Millsteed BPermo-Triassic macro-plant fossils in the Fort Grey silcrete, East London1997100 (2), 157-168. Abstract
Majaule T; Hall R P; Hughes D JGeochemistry of mafic and ultramafic igneous rocks of the Matsitama supracrustal belt, northeastern Botswana - provenance implications1997100 (2), 169-179. Abstract
Mayer J JDiscussion on Reimold & Minnitt (1996) 'Impact-induced shatter cones or percussion marks on quartzites of Witwatersrand and Transvaal Supergroups?1997100 (2), 181-184. Abstract
Marker M E; McFarlane M JCartographic analysis of the African Surface Complex between Albertinia and Mossel Bay, southern Cape, South Africa1997100 (3), 185-194. Abstract
Hargraves R B; Rehacek J; Hooper P RPalaeomagnetism of the Karoo igneous rocks in southern Africa1997100 (3), 195-212. Abstract
Hall R C B; Els B G; Mayer J JThe Ventersdorp Contact Reef: Final phase of the Witwatersrand Basin, independent formation, or precursor to the Ventersdorp Supergroup?1997100 (3), 213-222. Abstract
Visser J N J; Van Niekerk B N; Van Der Merwe S WSediment transport of the Late Palaeozoic glacial Dwyka Group in the southwestern Karoo Basin1997100 (3), 223-236. Abstract
Barnett W; Armstrong R A; De Wit M JStratigraphy of the upper Neoproterozoic Kango and lower Palaeozoic Table Mountain Groups of the Cape Fold Belt revisited1997100 (3), 237-250. Abstract
Mitchell A A; Naicker S B; Marsh J S; Dunlevey J NThe petrology and significance of a stratiform mafic segregation pegmatite in a Karoo-aged dolerite sheet1997100 (3), 251-260. Abstract
Harris C; Stock W D; Lanham JStable isotope constraints on the origin of CO2 gas exhalations at Bongwan, Natal1997100 (3), 261-266. Abstract
Hatton C J; De Waal S A; Schweitzer J KProceedings of Plumes, Plates and Mineralisation Symposium - An Introduction1997100 (4), 269-270. Abstract
White R SMantle plume origin for the Karoo and Ventersdorp flood basalts, South Africa1997100 (4), 271-282. Abstract
Storey B C; Kyle P RAn active mantle mechanism for Gondwana breakup1997100 (4), 283-290. Abstract
Pavoni NGeotectonic bipolarity - evidence of bicellular convection in the Earth's mantle1997100 (4), 291-299. Abstract
Hatton C JThe superocean cycle1997100 (4), 301-310. Abstract
Leitch A M; Cordery M J; Davies G F; Campbell I HFlood basalts from eclogite-bearing mantle plumes1997100 (4), 311-318. Abstract
Ernst R E; Buchan K LLayered mafic intrusions: a model for their feeder systems and relationship with giant dyke swarms and mantle plume centres1997100 (4), 319-334. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr); Pretorius WThe lower unconformity-bounded sequence of the Soutpansberg Group and its correlatives-remnants of a Proterozoic large igneous province1997100 (4), 335-339. Abstract
Uken R; Watkeys M KAn interpretation of mafic dyke swarms and their relationship with major mafic magmatic events on the Kaapvaal Craton and Limpopo Belt1997100 (4), 341-348. Abstract
De Waal S A; Gauert C D KThe Basal Gabbro Unit and the identity of the parental magma of the Uitkomst Complex, Badplaas, South Africa1997100 (4), 349-361. Abstract
Stevens G; Boer R; Gibson RMetamorphism, fluid-flow, and gold mobilization in the Witwatersrand Basin: towards a unifying model1997100 (4), 363-375. Abstract
Phillips G N; Law J D M; Stevens GAlteration, heat, and Witwatersrand gold: 111 years after Harrison and Langlaagte1997100 (4), 377-392. Abstract
Phillips G N; Zhou T; Powell RMetamorphic temperature variations among Witwatersrand goldfields: evidence from the pyrophyllite-chloritoid-chlorite mineral assemblage1997100 (4), 393-404. Abstract
Klemd R; Hirdes WOrigin of an unusual fluid composition in Early Proterozoic palaeoplacer and lode-gold deposits in Birimian greenstone terranes of West Africa1997100 (4), 405-414. Abstract
Dirks P H G M; Jelsma H A; Vinyu M; Munyanyiwa HThe structural history of the Zambezi Belt in northeast Zimbabwe; evidence for crustal extension during the early Pan-African1998101 (1), 1-16. Abstract
Els B GThe question of alluvial fans in the auriferous Archaean and Proterozoic successions of South Africa1998101 (1), 17-25. Abstract
Booth P W KThe effect of thrusting on fold style and orientation, Weltevrede Formation (Cape Supergroup), Steytlerville, Eastern Cape1998101 (1), 27-37. Abstract
De Waal S A; Schweitzer J K; Hatton C J; Jurrius J G; Fynn R DAlbitite from the West Driefontein Mine, South Africa1998101 (1), 39-51. Abstract
Maphalala R M; Trumbull R BA geochemical and Rb-Sr isotopic study of Archaean pegmatite dykes in the tin belt of Swaziland1998101 (1), 53-65. Abstract
Van De Wel L; Barton J M (Jr); Kinny P D1.02 Ga granite magmatism in the Tati Granite-Greenstone Terrane of Botswana: Implications for mineralization and terrane evolution1998101 (1), 67-72. Abstract
Boelhouwers J; Duiker J M C; Van Duffelen E ASpatial, morphological and sedimentological aspects of recent debris flows in Du Toit's Kloof, Western Cape1998101 (1), 73-89. Abstract
Colliston W P; Schoch A ETectonostratigraphic features along the Orange River in the western part of the Mesoproterozoic Namaqua mobile belt1998101 (2), 91-100. Abstract
McCarthy T S; Bloem A; Larkin P AObservations on the hydrology and geohydrology of the Okavango Delta1998101 (2), 101-117. Abstract
Marsh J S; Mndaweni M JGeochemical variations in a long Karoo dyke, Eastern Cape1998101 (2), 119-122. Abstract
Vennemann T WImplications of the revised oxygen isotope and cation exchange thermobarometry for the amphibolite-granulite transition of the Southern Marginal Zone, Limpopo Belt, South Africa1998101 (2), 123-142. Abstract
Moore A E; Dingle R VEvidence for fluvial sediment transport of Kalahari sands in central Botswana1998101 (2), 143-153. Abstract
Armstrong R A; Moore R ORb-Sr ages on kimberlites from the Lac de Gras area, Northwest Territories, Canada1998101 (2), 155-158. Abstract
Le Roux J PStratigraphy of the Upper Neoproterozoic Kango and Lower Phanerozoic Table Mountain Groups of the Cape Fold Belt revisited: Discussion by W. Barnett, R. Armstrong and M. de Wit (S. Afr. J. Geol., 100, 237-250)1998101 (2), 159-161. Abstract
Barnett W; Armstrong R; De Wit MStratigraphy and the Upper Neoproterozoic Kango and Lower Phanerozoic Table Mountain Groups of the Cape Fold Belt revisited: Authors' reply to discussion1998101 (2), 161-163. Abstract
Partridge T COf diamonds, dinosaurs and diastrophism: 150 million years of landscape evolution in southern Africa. [Alexander L. du Toit Memorial Lecture No. 25]1998101 (3), 167-184. Abstract
Hofmann A; Kröner A; Brandl GField relationships of mid- to late Archaean high-grade gneisses of igneous and sedimentary parentage in the Sand River, Central Zone of the Limpopo Belt, South Africa.1998101 (3), 185-200. Abstract
Kröner A; Jaeckel P; Hofmann A; Nemchin A A; Brandl GField relationships and age of supracrustal Beit Bridge Complex and associated granitoid gneisses in the Central Zone of the Limpopo Belt, South Africa.1998101 (3), 201-213. Abstract
Nex P A; Kinnaird J A; Ingle L J; Van Der Vyver B A; Cawthorn R GA new stratigraphy for the Main Zone of the Bushveld Complex, in the Rustenburg area.1998101 (3), 215-223. Abstract
Key R M; Tidi J; McGeorge I; Aitken G; Cadman A; Anscombe JThe Lower Karoo Supergroup geology of the southeastern part of the Gemsbok Sub-basin of the Kalahari Basin, Botswana.1998101 (3), 225-236. Abstract
Maier W D; Barnes S-J; De Waal S AExploration for magmatic Ni-Cu-PGE sulphide deposits: a review of recent advances in the use of geochemical tools, and their application to some South African ores.1998101 (3), 237-253. Abstract
Wingate M T DA palaeomagnetic test of the Kaapvaal-Pilbara (Vaalbara) connection at 2.78 Ga1998101 (4), 257-274. Abstract
Cawthorn R GGeometrical relations between the Transvaal Supergroup, the Rooiberg Group, and the mafic rocks of the Bushveld Complex1998101 (4), 275-279. Abstract
Moen H F GRock holes in the metamorphic basement of the Northern Cape Province1998101 (4), 281-285. Abstract
Tsikos H; Moore J MThe Kalahari manganese field: an enigmatic association of iron and manganese1998101 (4), 287-290. Abstract
Cawthorn R G; Cooper G R J; Webb S JConnectivity between the western and eastern limbs of the Bushveld Complex1998101 (4), 291-298. Abstract
Phillips D; Machin K J; Kiviets G B; Fourie L F; Roberts M A; Skinner E M WA petrographic and 40Ar/39Ar geochronological study of the Voorspoed kimberlite, South Africa: Implications for the origin of Group II kimberlite magmatism1998101 (4), 299-306. Abstract
Liu K W; Cooper M RTidalites in the Natal Group1998101 (4), 307-312. Abstract
Maud R R; Partridge T C; Dunlevey J NThe Lesotho 'volcanic' event of February 19831998101 (4), 313-322. Abstract
Barton J M (Jr); Pretorius WCrustal xenoliths in Venetia kimberlite pipes indicate a décollement at ~10 Km beneath the Central Zone of the Limpopo Belt, South Africa1998101 (4), 323-327. Abstract
McCourt S; Armstrong R ASHRIMP U-Pb zircon geochronology of granites from the Central Zone, Limpopo Belt, southern Africa: Implications fro the age of the Limpopo Orogeny1998101 (4), 329-338. Abstract
Stephenson M H; McLean DInternational correlation of Early Permian palynofloras from the Karoo sediments of Morupule, Botswana1999102 (1), 3-14. Abstract
Marshall C G A; Von Brunn VThe stratigraphy and origin of the Natal Group1999102 (1), 15-25. Abstract
Moen H F GThe Kheis Tectonic Subprovince, southern Africa: A lithostratigraphic perspective1999102 (1), 27-42. Abstract
Chevallier L; Woodford AMorpho-tectonics and mechanism of emplacement of the dolerite rings and sills of the western Karoo, South Africa1999102 (1), 43-54. Abstract
Frei R; Blenkinsop T G; Schönberg RGeochronology of the late Archaean Razi and Chilimanzi suites of granites in Zimbabwe: implications for the late Archaean tectonics of the Limpopo Belt and Zimbabwe Craton1999102 (1), 55-63. Abstract
Beukes N J; Van Niekerk H S; Gutzmer JPost Gondwana African land surfaces and pedogenetic ferromanganese deposits on the Witwatersrand at the West Wits Gold Mine, South Africa1999102 (1), 65-82. Abstract
Thomas R J; Cornell D H; Armstrong R AProvenance age and metamorphic history of the Quha Formation, Natal Metamorphic Province: a U-Th-Pb zircon SHRIMP study1999102 (1), 83-88. Abstract
Winter H De La RDiscussion on 'The Ventersdorp Contact Reef: Final phase of the Witwatersrand Basin, independent formation, or precursor to the Ventersdorp Supergroup?' (S. Afr. J. Geol., 100, 213-222)1999102 (1), 89-92. Abstract
Poujol M; Robb L JNew U-Pb zircon ages on gneisses and pegmatite from south of the Murchison greenstone belt, South Africa1999102 (2), 93-97. Abstract
Gibson R L; Courtnage P M; Charlesworth E GBedding-parallel shearing and related deformation in the lower Transvaal Supergroup north of the Johannesburg Dome, South Africa1999102 (2), 99-108. Abstract
Le Bas M JSövite and alvikite: two chemically distinct calciocarbonatites C1 and C21999102 (2), 109-121. Abstract
Pirajno FPast achievements and future challenges in the use of mineral deposit models, regional tectonics, and metallogeny in mineral exploration1999102 (2), 123-138. Abstract
Gutzmer J; Nhleko N; Beukes N J; Pickard A; Barley M EGeochemistry and ion microprobe (SHRIMP) age of a quartz porphyry sill in the Mozaan Group of the Pongola Supergroup: implications for the Pongola and Witwatersrand Supergroups1999102 (2), 139-146. Abstract
Krige D GEssential basic concepts in mining geostatistics and their links with geology and classical statistics1999102 (2), 147-151. Abstract
Evans R J; Ashwal L D; Hamilton M AMafic, ultramafic, and anorthositic rocks of the Tete Complex, Mozambique: petrology, age, and signifcance1999102 (2), 153-166. Abstract
Eriksson P G; Van Der Merwe R; Bumby A JGeometrical relations between the Transvaal Supergroup, the Rooiberg Group, and the mafic rocks of the Bushveld Complex: a discussion (S.Afr. J. Geol., 101, 275-279) by R.G. Cawthorn1999102 (2), 167-169. Abstract
Cawthorn R GGeometrical relations between the Transvaal Supergroup, the Rooiberg Group, and the mafic rocks of the Bushveld Complex: a discussion (S.Afr.J. Geol., 101, 275-279) - Author's reply to discussion1999102 (2), 168-169. Abstract
Anhaeusser C R; Hutchinson R WObituary: Desmond Aubrey Pretorius 1925 - 19981999102 (2), 171-173. Abstract
Levin GObituary: Edgar Mendelssohn 1903-1998.1999102 (2), p174. Abstract
Cawthorn R GSpecial issue of the South African Journal of Geology Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the discovery of the Merensky Reef1999102 (3), 176-177. Abstract
Cawthorn R GThe discovery of the platiniferous Merensky Reef in 19241999102 (3), 178-183. Abstract
Mcdonald I; Ohnenstetter D; Rowe J P; Tredoux M; Pattrick R A D; Vaughan D JPlatinum precipitation in the Waterberg deposit, Naboomspruit, South Africa1999102 (3), 184-191. Abstract
Viring R G; Cowell M WThe Merensky Reef on Northam Platinum Limited1999102 (3), 192-208. Abstract
Lomberg K G; Martin E S; Patterson M A; Venter J EThe morphology of potholes in the UG2 Chromitite layer and Merensky Reef (pothole reef facies) at Union Section, Rustenburg Platinum Mines1999102 (3), 209-220. Abstract
Viljoen M JThe nature and origin of the Merensky Reef of the western Bushveld Complex based on geological facies and geophysical data1999102 (3), 221-239. Abstract
Penberthy C J; Merkle R K WLateral variations in the platinum-group element content and mineralogy of the UG2 Chromitite Layer, Bushveld Complex1999102 (3), 240-250. Abstract
Hey P VThe effects of weathering on the UG2 Chromitite reef of the Bushveld Complex, with special reference to the platinum-group minerals1999102 (3), 251-260. Abstract
Davison G E; Chunnett G KSeismic exploration for Merensky Reef: The way ahead1999102 (3), 261-267. Abstract
Cawthorn R GPlatinum-group element mineralization in the Bushveld Complex - a critical reassessment of geochemical models1999102 (3), 268-281. Abstract
Teigler BChromite chemistry and platinum-group element distribution of the LG6 Chromitite, northwestern Bushveld Complex1999102 (3), 282-285. Abstract
Maier W D; Prichard H M; Barnes S-J; Fisher P CCompositional variation of laurite at Union Section in the Western Bushveld Complex1999102 (3), 286-292. Abstract
Cawthorn R GPermeability of the footwall cumulates to the Merensky Reef, Bushveld Complex1999102 (3), 293-302. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RArchaean crustal evolution of the central Kaapvaal Craton, South Africa: evidence from the Johannesburg Dome1999102 (4), 303-322. Abstract
Passeraub M; Wüst T; Kreissig K; Smit C A; Kramers J DStructure, metamorphism, and geochronology of the Rhenosterkoppies Greenstone Belt, South Africa1999102 (4), 323-334. Abstract
Tyson P DLate-Quaternary and Holocene palaeoclimates of southern Africa: A synthesis1999102 (4), 335-349. Abstract
Moore A E; Attwell C A MGeological controls on the distribution of woody vegetation in the central Kalahari, Botswana1999102 (4), 350-362. Abstract
Moore A EA reappraisal of epeirogenic flexure axes in southern Africa1999102 (4), 363-376. Abstract
Rawlings D J; Watkeys M K; Sweeney R JPeperitic upper margin of an invasive flow, Karoo flood basalt province, northern Lebombo1999102 (4), 377-383. Abstract
Rogers JPreliminary findings of the IMAGES-II programme (International Marine Global change Study) using giant piston cores of Late Quaternary marine sediments from the continental slope and rise off southern Africa1999102 (4), 384-390. Abstract
Booth P W K; Munro A J; Shone R WLithological and structural characteristics of Cape Supergroup rocks at Port Alfred, Eastern Cape, South Africa1999102 (4), 391-404. Abstract
Marshall C G ATidalites in the Natal Group: Discussion (S. Afr. J. Geol., 101, 307-312) by K.W. Liu and M.R. Cooper, and the authors' reply to discussion1999102 (4), 405-409. Abstract
Cotter EDepositional setting and cyclic development of the lower part of the Witteberg Group (Mid- to Upper Devonian), Cape Supergroup, Western Cape, South Africa2000103 (1), 1-14. Abstract
Brink M C; Waanders F B; Bisschoff A AThe Katdoornbosch-Witpoortjie Fault: a ring thrust of Vredefort Event age2000103 (1), 15-31. Abstract
Gutzmer J; Beukes N J; Pickard A; Barley M E1170 Ma SHRIMP age for Koras Group bimodal volcanism, Northern Cape Province2000103 (1), 32-37. Abstract
Henderson D R; Long L E; Barton J M (Jr)Isotopic ages and chemical and isotopic composition of the Archaean Turfloop Batholith, Pietersburg granite-greenstone terrane, Kaapvaal Craton, South Africa2000103 (1), 38-46. Abstract
Dann J CThe 3.5 Ga Komati Formation, Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa, Part I: New maps and magmatic architecture2000103 (1), 47-68. Abstract
Weinert C H -S W; Dunlevey J NYugawaralite in the Letaba Formation, northeastern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa2000103 (1), 69-73. Abstract
Wingate M T DIon microprobe U-Pb zircon and baddeleyite ages for the Great Dyke and its satellite dykes, Zimbabwe2000103 (1), 74-80. Abstract
Rubidge B S; Hancox P J; Catuneanu OSequence analysis of the Ecca-Beaufort contact in the southern Karoo of South Africa2000103 (1), 81-96. Abstract
Manns F TDiscussion on 'Essential basic concepts in mining geostatistics and their links with geology and classical statistics' (S. Afr. J. Geol., 102, 147-152) by D.G. Krige2000103 (1), 97-98. Abstract
Winter H De La R; Kingsley C SDiscussion on 'The stratigraphy and origin of the Natal Group' (S. Afr. J. Geol., 102, 15-25) by C.G.A. Marshall and V. von Brunn2000103 (1), 99-103. Abstract
Bourne J A; Twidale C RStepped landscapes and their significance for general theories of landscape development2000103 (2), 105-119. Abstract
Clarke B M; Uken R; Watkeys M KIntrusion mechanisms of the southwestern Rustenburg Layered Suite as deduced from the Spruitfontein inlier2000103 (2), 120-127. Abstract
De Waal S A; Armstrong R AThe age of the Marble Hall diorite, its relationship to the Uitkomst Complex, and evidence for a new magma type associated with the Bushveld igneous event2000103 (2), 128-140Abstract
Eales H VImplications of the chromium budget of the Western Limb of the Bushveld Complex2000103 (2), 141-150. Abstract
Hart R J; Connell S H; Cloete M; Maré L; Drury M; Tredoux M'Super magnetic' rocks generated by shock metamorphism from the centre of the Vredefort impact structure, South Africa2000103 (2), 151-155. Abstract
Mapeo R B M; Kampunzu A B; Armstrong R AAges of detrital zircon grains from Neoproterozoic siliciclastic rocks in the Shakawe area: implications for the evolution of Proterozoic crust in northern Botswana2000103 (2), 156-161. Abstract
Gutzmer J; Beukes N JAsbestiform manjiroite and todorokite from the Kalahari manganese field, South Africa2000103 (3/4), 163-174. Abstract
Gibson R L; Reimold W U; Phillips D; Layer P W40Ar/39Ar constraints on the age of metamorphism in the Witwatersrand Supergroup,Vredefort dome (South Africa)2000103 (3/4), 175-190. Abstract
Frimmel H E; Board W SFluid evolution in and around the Rosh Pinah massive sulphide deposit in the external Pan-African Gariep Belt, Namibia2000103 (3/4), 191-206. Abstract
Frimmel H ENew U-Pb zircon ages for the Kuboos pluton in the Pan-African Gariep belt, South Africa: Cambrian mantle plume or far field collision effect?2000103 (3/4), 207-214. Abstract
Thiart C; De Wit MLinking Spatial Statistics to GIS: exploring potential gold and tin models of Africa2000103 (3/4), 215-230. Abstract
Cairncross B; Tsikos H; Harris CPrehnite from the Kalahari manganese field, South Africa, and its possible implications2000103 (3/4), 231-236. Abstract
De Villiers S; Compton J S; Lavelle MThe strontium isotope systematics of the Orange River, Southern Africa2000103 (3/4), 237-248. Abstract
Buick I S; Gibson R; Wallmach T; Metz JThe occurrence of cuspidine, foshagite and hillebrandite in calc-silicate xenoliths from the Bushveld Complex, South Africa2000103 (3/4), 249-254. Abstract
Yao Y; Robb L JGold mineralization in Palaeoproterozoic granitoids at Obuasi, Ashanti region, Ghana: Ore geology, geochemistry and fluid characteristics2000103 (3/4), 255-278. Abstract
Stanistreet I G; Charlesworth E GDamaran basement-cored fold nappes incorporating pre-collisional basins, Kaoko Belt, Namibia, and controls on Mesozoic supercontinental break-up2001104 (1), 1-12. Abstract
Wingate M T DSHRIMP baddeleyite and zircon ages for an Umkondo dolerite sill, Nyanga Mountains, eastern Zimbabwe2001104 (1), 13-22. Abstract
Moore A E; Lock N PThe origin of mantle-derived megacrysts and sheared peridotites-evidence from kimberlites in the northern Lesotho - Orange Free State (South Africa) and Botswana pipe clusters2001104 (1), 23-38. Abstract
McCourt S; Hilliard P; Armstrong R A; Munyanyiwa HSHRIMP U-Pb zircon geochronology of the Hurungwe granite northwest Zimbabwe: age constraints on the timing of the Magondi orogeny and implications for the correlation between the Kheis and Magondi Belts2001104 (1), 39-46. Abstract
Moore A E; Larkin P ADrainage evolution in south-central Africa since the breakup of Gondwana2001104 (1), 47-68. Abstract
Laubscher S A B; Ashwal L D; Tredoux M; Zolensky M E; Loock J C; Praekelt H EMerweville:A new South African chondritic meteorite2001104 (1), 69-76. Abstract
Raith J G; Meisel TMetabasites along the amphibolite-granulite facies transition in the Okiep Copper District, South Africa2001104 (1), 77-100. Abstract
Shaw A; Holmes P; Rogers JDepositional landforms and environmental change in the headward vicinity of Dias Beach, Cape Point2001104 (2), 101-114. Abstract
De Kock G SA reappraisal of the Namibian Damara stratigraphy in part of the Southern Swakop Terrane and its implications to basin evolution2001104 (2), 115-136. Abstract
Nilsen O; Hagen E; Dypvik HSediment provenance and Karoo rift basin evolution in the Kilombero Rift Valley, Tanzania2001104 (2), 137-150. Abstract
Kröner AThe Mozambique belt of East Africa and Madagascar: significance of zircon and Nd model ages for Rodinia and Gondwana supercontinent formation and dispersal2001104 (2), 151-166. Abstract
Anhaeusser C RThe anatomy of an extrusive-intrusive Archaean mafic-ultramafic sequence: the Nelshoogte Schist Belt and Stolzburg Layered Ultramafic Complex, Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa2001104 (2), 167-204. Abstract
Bumby A J; Eriksson P G; Van Der Merwe R; Maier W DThe stratigraphic relationship between the Waterberg and Soutpansberg Groups in Northern Province, South Africa: Evidence from the Blouberg area2001104 (3), 205-216. Abstract
Xenophontos L; Stevens G; Przybylowicz W JThe pyrite-gold association in dolomites and carbonated metavolcanics from the Turk Mine, Zimbabwe: the link between late shearing and gold introduction2001104 (3), 217-230. Abstract
Harvey J D; De Wit M J; Stankiewicz J; Doucouré C MStructural variations of the crust in the Southwestern Cape, deduced from seismic receiver functions2001104 (3), 231-242. Abstract
Gumbricht T; McCarthy T S; Merry C LThe topography of the Okavango Delta, Botswana, and its tectonic and sedimentological implications2001104 (3), 243-264. Abstract
McLachlan I R; Tsikos H; Cairncross BGlendonites (pseudomorphs after ikaite) in late carboniferous Marine Dwyka beds in Southern Africa2001104 (3), 265-272. Abstract
Maier W DSpecial issue of the South African Journal of Geology: Platinum-group elements and minerals in southern African rocks.2001104 (4), 273-274. Abstract
Barnes S-J; Van Achterbergh E; Makovicky E; Li CProton microprobe results for the partitioning of platinum-group elements between monosulphide solid solution and sulphide liquid2001104 (4), 275-286. Abstract
Theart H F J; De Nooy C DThe Platinum Group Minerals in two parts of the Massive Sulphide Body of the Uitkomst Complex, Mpumalanga, South Africa2001104 (4), 287-300. Abstract
Maier W D; Barnes S-J; Van Der Merwe M JPlatinum-group elements in the Pyroxenite Marker, Bushveld Complex: implications for the formation of the Main Zone2001104 (4), 301-308. Abstract
Li C; Maier W D; De Waal S AMagmatic Ni-Cu versus PGE deposits: Contrasting genetic controls and exploration implications2001104 (4), 309-318. Abstract
Wilson A H; Prendergast M DPlatinum-Group Element mineralisation in the Great Dyke, Zimbabwe, and its relationship to magma evolution and magma chamber structure2001104 (4), 319-342. Abstract
Maier W D; Sliep J; Barnes S-J; De Waal S A; Li CPGE-bearing mafic-ultramafic sills in the floor of the eastern Bushveld Complex on the farms Blaauwboschkraal, Zwartkopje, and Waterval2001104 (4), 343-354. Abstract
Maier W D; Barnes S-J; Ashwal L D; Li CA reconnaissance study on the magmatic Cu-Ni-PGE sulphide potential of the Tete Complex, Mozambique2001104 (4), 355-364. Abstract
Johnston S T; Mccourt S; Bisnath A; Mitchell A AThe Tugela Terrane, Natal belt: Kibaran magmatism and tectonism along the southeast margin of the Kaapvaal Craton.2002105 (1), 1-14 Abstract
Mitchell A A; Manthree RThe Giant Mottled Anorthosite: a transitional sequence at the top of the Upper Critical Zone of the Bushveld Complex.2002105 (1), 15-24 Abstract
Booth P W KThrust faults and fold vergence in the Palaeozoic middle and upper Witteberg Group, Cape Supergroup (Cape Fold Belt), Steytlerville: an interpretation of their relationship.2002105 (1), 25-38 Abstract
Doucouré C M; De Wit M JTemporal variation in rigidity and mechanical behaviour of old thick continental lithosphere.2002105 (1), 39-50 Abstract
Bordy E M; Catuneanu OSedimentology of the Beaufort-Molteno Karoo fluvial strata in the Tuli Basin, South Africa.2002105 (1), 51-66 Abstract
Marker M E; McFarlane M J; Wormald R JA laterite profile near Albertinia, southern Cape, South Africa: its significance in the evolution of the African Surface.2002105 (1), 67-74 Abstract
De Bruiyn H; Schoch A E; Whitelaw H T; Van Der Westhuizen W AAlteration of the Allanridge Formation of the Ventersdorp Supergroup near Douglas, Northern Cape Province.2002105 (1), 75-92 Abstract
Dypvik H; Nilsen ORift valley sedimentation and diagenesis, Tanzanian Examples - A review.2002105 (2), 93-106 Abstract
Tinker J; De Wit M; Grotzinger JSeismic stratigraphic constraints on Neoarchean - Paleoproterozoic evolution of the western margin of the Kaapvaal Craton, South Africa.2002105 (2), 107-134 Abstract
Marker M E; Holmes P JThe distribution and environmental implications of coversand deposits in the southern Cape, South Africa.2002105 (2), 135-146 Abstract
Becker T; Brandenburg AThe petrogenesis of the Alberta Complex within the Rehoboth Basement Inlier of Namibia.2002105 (2), 147-162 Abstract
Scheepers R; Poujol MU-Pb zircon age of Cape Granite Suite ignimbrites: characteristics of the last phases of the Saldanian magmatism.2002105 (2), 163-178 Abstract
Seth B; Jung S; Hoernes SIsotope constraints on the origin of Pan-African granitoid rocks in the Kaoko belt, NW Namibia.2002105 (2), 179-192 Abstract
Hahn LOn the stratigraphy of Palaeoproterozoic Deweras and Lomagundi Groups (Magondi Supergroup) in Zimbabwe.2002105 (3), 193-204 Abstract
Harris C; Johnstone W P; Phillips DPetrogenesis of the Mesozoic Sistefjell syenite intrusion, Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica and surrounding low-δ18O lavas.2002105 (3), 205-226 Abstract
De Waal S A; Graham I T; Phillips DAge and significance of the Marble Hall breccia, Bushveld Complex, South Africa.2002105 (3), 227-240 Abstract
Scheepers R; Armstrong RNew U-Pb SHRIMP zircon ages of the Cape Granite Suite: implications for the magmatic evolution of the Saldania Belt.2002105 (3), 241-256 Abstract
Kisters A F M; Belcher R W; Scheepers R; Rozendaal A; Jordaan L S; Armstrong R ATiming and kinematics of the Colenso Fault: The Early Paleozoic shift from collisional to extensional tectonics in the Pan-African Saldania Belt, South Africa.2002105 (3), 257-270 Abstract
Stevens G; Droop G T R; Armstrong R A; Anhaeusser C RAmphibolite facies metamorphism in the Schapenburg schist belt: A record of the mid-crustal response to ~3.23 Ga terrane accretion in the Barberton greenstone belt.2002105 (3), 271-284 Abstract
Hofmann A; Jagoutz O; Kröner A; Dirks P H G M; Jelsma H AThe Chirwa dome: granite emplacement during late Archaean thrusting along the northeastern margin of the Zimbabwe craton.2002105 (4), 285-300 Abstract
Colliston W P; Schoch A EThe structural development of the Aggeneys Hills, Namaqua metamorphic complex.2002105 (4), 301-324 Abstract
Mendonidis P; Armstrong R A; Eglington B M; Grantham G H; Thomas R JMetamorphic history and U-Pb zircon (SHRIMP) geochronology of the Glenmore Granite: Implications for the tectonic evolution of the Natal Metamorphic Province.2002105 (4), 325-336 Abstract
Roberts D L; Brink J SDating and correlation of Neogene coastal deposits in the Western Cape (South Africa): Implications for neotectonism.2002105 (4), 337-352 Abstract
Moore A; Blenkinsop TThe role of mantle plumes in the development of continental-scale drainage patterns: The southern African example revisited.2002105 (4), 353-360 Abstract
Eberle D G; Andritzky G; Hutchins D G; Wackerle RThe regional magnetic data set of Namibia: Compilation, contributions to crustal studies and support to natural resource management.2002105 (4), 361-380 Abstract
Barnett W; Preece CExpanding the geological model for Finsch Mine.2002105 (4), 381-400 Abstract
Eglington B M; Talma A S; Marais S; Matthews P E; Dixon J G PIsotopic composition of Pongola Supergroup limestones from the Buffalo River gorge, South Africa: constraints on their regional depositional setting.2003106 (1), 1-10 Abstract
Brandt D; Andreoli M A G; Mccarthy T SMesozoic fluvial deposits on a rifted continental margin near Vaalputs, Namaqualand, South Africa.2003106 (1), 11-16 Abstract
Wendorff MStratigraphy of the Fungurume Group - evolving foreland basin succession in the Lufilian fold-thrust belt, Neoproterozoic-Lower Palaeozoic, Democratic Republic of Congo.2003106 (1), 17-34 Abstract
Maier W DThe potential for magmatic Ni sulfide ores in South African komatiites: a review.2003106 (1), 35-40 Abstract
Friese A E W; Reimold W U; Layer P W40Ar-39Ar dating of and structural information on tectonite-bearing faults in the Witwatersrand Basin: Evidence for multi-stage, tectono-thermal activity in the central Kaapvaal Craton.2003106 (1), 41-70 Abstract
Twidale C R; Bourne J AActive dislocations in granitic terrains of the Gawler and Yilgarn cratons, Australia, and some implications.2003106 (1), 71-84 Abstract
Johnston S T; Mccourt S; Bisnath A; Mitchell A AThe Tugela Terrane, Natal belt: Kibaran magmatism and tectonism along the southeast margin of the Kaapvaal Craton.2003106 (1), 85-97 Abstract
Bordy E M; Catuneanu OErratum: Sedimentology of the Beaufort-Molteno Karoo fluvial strata in the Tuli Basin, South Africa.2003106 (1), 98-99 Abstract
De Waal S A; Graham I T; Phillips DErratum: Age and significance of the Marble Hall breccia, Bushveld Complex, South Africa.2003106 (1), p. 100 Abstract
Barton J; Klemd R; Brown FIntroduction to recent studies of geology in and around the Venetia kimberlite pipes, Limpopo Belt, South Africa.2003106 (2/3), 101-102 Abstract
Doorgapershad A; Barnett M; Twiggs C; Martin J; Millonig L; Zenglein R; Klemd R; Barnett W P; Barton J M (Jr)Procedures used to produce a digitized geological mapping database of the area around the Venetia kimberlite pipes, Limpopo Belt, South Africa.2003106 (2/3), 103-108 Abstract
Barton J M (Jr); Barnett W P; Barton E S; Barnett M; Doorgapershad A; Twiggs C; Klemd R; Martin J; Mellonig L; Zenglein RThe geology of the area surrounding the Venetia kimberlite pipes, Limpopo Belt, South Africa: A complex interplay of nappe tectonics and granitoid magmatism.2003106 (2/3), 109-128 Abstract
Klemd R; Martin J; Schmidt A; Barton J M (Jr)P-T path constraints from calc-silicate metapelite rocks east of the Venetia kimberlite pipes, Central Zone, Limpopo Belt, South Africa: Have these rocks seen granulite-facies conditions?2003106 (2/3), 129-148 Abstract
Barnett W PGeological control on slope failure mechanisms in the open pit at the Venetia Mine.2003106 (2/3), 149-164 Abstract
Kurszlaukis S; Barnett W PVolcanological and structural aspects of the Venetia kimberlite cluster - a case study of South African kimberlite maar-diatreme volcanoes.2003106 (2/3), 165-192 Abstract
Morton K L; Müller SHydrogeology of the Venetia Diamond Mine, South Africa.2003106 (2/3), 193-204 Abstract
Pretorius W; Barton J M (Jr)Measured and calculated compressional wave velocities of crustal and upper mantle rocks in the Central Zone of the Limpopo Belt, South Africa - implications for lithospheric structure.2003106 (2/3), 205-212 Abstract
Pretorius W; Barton J M (Jr)Petrology and geochemistry of crustal and upper mantle xenoliths from the Venetia Diamond Mine - evidence for Archean crustal growth and subduction.2003106 (2/3), 213-230 Abstract
Barton J M (Jr); Gerya T VMylonitization and decomposition of garnet: Evidence for rapid deformation and entrainment of mantle garnet-harzburgite by kimberlite magma, K1 pipe, Venetia Mine, South Africa.2003106 (2/3), 231-246 Abstract
Grodner M; Cairncross BA regional scale 3-D model of the Witbank Coalfield, northern Karoo Basin, South Africa.2003106 (4), 249-264 Abstract
Basson I J; Watkeys M KTectonic implications from the geochemistry of Mfongosi Group metasediments, Natal Metamorphic Province, South Africa.2003106 (4), 265-280 Abstract
Marsh J S; Swart R S; Phillips DImplications of a new 40Ar/39Ar age for a basalt flow interbedded with the Etjo Formation, northeast Namibia.2003106 (4), 281-286 Abstract
Wormald R J; Eckardt F D; Vearncombe J; Vearncombe SSpatial distribution analysis of pans in Botswana: the importance of structural control.2003106 (4), 287-290 Abstract
Lana C; Gibson R L; Reimold W U; Minnitt R C AGeology and geochemistry of a granite-greenstone association in the southeastern Vredefort dome, South Africa.2003106 (4), 291-314 Abstract
Stevenson I R; Bamford M KSubmersible-based observations of in-situ fossil tree trunks in Late Cretaceous seafloor outcrops, Orange Basin, western offshore, South Africa.2003106 (4), 315-326 Abstract
Belcher R W; Kisters A F MLithostratigraphic correlations in the western branch of the Pan-African Saldania belt, South Africa: the Malmesbury Group revisited.2003106 (4), 327-342 Abstract
Colliston W P; Schoch A EA mid-Proterozoic volcano-sedimentary sequence in the Aggeneys Hills duplex, Namaqua Metamorphic Complex.2003106 (4), 343-360 Abstract
Kalbskopf S P; Barton J M (Jr)The Zandrivier deposit, Pietersburg Green Belt, South Africa: an auriferous tourmaline.2003106 (4), 361-374 Abstract
Basson I J; Viola GStructural overview of selected Group II kimberlite dyke arrays in South Africa: implications for kimberlite emplacement mechanisms.2003106 (4), 375-394 Abstract
Killick A MFault rock classification: An aid to structural interpretation in mine and exploration geology.2003106 (4), 395-402 Abstract
Thomas R J; Armstrong R A; Eglington B MGeochronology of the Sikombe Granite, Transkei, Natal Metamorphic Province, South Africa.2003106 (4), 403-408 Abstract
Marsh J S; Allen P; Fenner NThe geochemical structure of the Insizwa lobe of the Mount Ayliff complex with implications for the emplacement and evolution of the complex and its Ni-sulphide potential.2003106 (4), 409-428 Abstract
De Wit M J; Richardson S H; Ashwal L DKaapvaal Craton special volume - An introduction.2004107 (1/2), 4-6 Abstract
Tredoux M; Webb SResearch capacity building in Africa as part of international programmes: Experience gained from the Kaapvaal Craton Project.2004107 (1/2), 7-12 Abstract
Eglington B M; Armstrong R AThe Kaapvaal Craton and adjacent orogens, southern Africa: a geochronological database and overview of the geological development of the craton.2004107 (1/2), 13-32 Abstract
Fouch M J; James D E; Vandecar J C; Van Der Lee S; Kaapvaal Seismic GroupMantle seismic structure beneath the Kaapvaal and Zimbabwe cratons.2004107 (1/2), 33-44 Abstract
Silver P G; Fouch M J; Gao S S; Schmitz M; Kaapvaal Seismic GroupSeismic anisotropy, mantle fabric, and the magmatic evolution of Precambrian southern Africa.2004107 (1/2), 45-58 Abstract
Bell D R; Moore R ODeep chemical structure of the southern African mantle from kimberlite megacrysts.2004107 (1/2), 59-80 Abstract
Carlson R W; Moore R OAge of the Eastern Kaapvaal mantle: Re-Os isotope data for peridotite xenoliths from the Monastery kimberlite.2004107 (1/2), 81-90 Abstract
Shirey S B; Richardson S H; Harris J WAge, paragenesis and composition of diamonds and evolution of the Precambrian mantle lithosphere of southern Africa.2004107 (1/2), 91-106 Abstract
Parman S W; Grove T L; Dann J C; De Wit M JA subduction origin for komatiites and cratonic lithospheric mantle.2004107 (1/2), 107-118 Abstract
Westerlund K J; Gurney J J; Carlson R W; Shirey S B; Hauri E H; Richardson S HA metasomatic origin for late Archean eclogitic diamonds: Implications from internal morphology of diamonds and Re-Os and S isotope characteristics of their sulfide inclusions from the late Jurassic Klipspringer kimberlites.2004107 (1/2), 119-130 Abstract
Westerlund K J; Gurney J JSilicate and oxide inclusion characteristics and infra-red absorption analysis of diamonds from the Klipspringer kimberlites, South Africa.2004107 (1/2), 131-146 Abstract
Mccourt S; Kampunzu A B; Bagai Z; Armstrong R AThe crustal architecture of Archaean terranes in northeastern Botswana.2004107 (1/2), 147-158 Abstract
Mapeo R B M; Armstrong R A; Kampunzu A B; Ramokate L VSHRIMP U-Pb zircon ages of granitoids from the Western Domain of the Kaapvaal Craton, southeastern Botswana: implications for crustal evolution.2004107 (1/2), 159-172 Abstract
Hart R J; Mcdonald I; Tredoux M; De Wit M J; Carlson R W; Andreoli M; Moser D E; Ashwal L DNew PGE and Re/Os-isotope data from lower crustal sections of the Vredefort Dome and a reinterpretation of its "crust on edge" profile.2004107 (1/2), 173-184 Abstract
De Wit M; Tinker JCrustal structures across the central Kaapvaal craton from deep-seismic reflection data.2004107 (1/2), 185-206 Abstract
Webb S J; Cawthorn R G; Nguuri T; James DGravity modeling of Bushveld Complex connectivity supported by Southern Aafrican Seismic Experiment results.2004107 (1/2), 207-218 Abstract
Mapeo R B M; Kampunzu A B; Ramokate L V; Corfu F; Key R MBushveld-age magmatism in southeastern Botswana: evidence from U-Pb zircon and titanite geochronology of the Moshaneng Complex.2004107 (1/2), 219-232 Abstract
Hanson R E; Gose W A; Crowley J L; Ramezani J; Bowring S A; Bullen D S; Hall R PPaleoproterozoic intraplate magmatism and basin development on the Kaapvaal Craton: Age, paleomagnetism and geochemistry of ~1.93 to ~1,87 Ga post-Waterberg dolerites.2004107 (1/2), 233-254 Abstract
Tinker J H; De Wit M J; Royden L HOld, strong continental lithosphere with weak Archaean margin at ~1.8 Ga, Kaapvaal Craton, South Africa.2004107 (1/2), 255-260 Abstract
Schmitz M D; Bowring S ALower crustal granulite formation during Mesoproterozoic Namaqua-Natal collisional orogenesis, southern Africa.2004107 (1/2), 261-284 Abstract
Doyle P M; Bell D R; Le Roex A PFine-grained pyroxenites from the Gansfontein kimberlite, South Africa: Evidence for megacryst magma - mantle interaction.2004107 (1/2), 285-300 Abstract
Jelsma H A; De Wit M J; Thiart C; Dirks P H G M; Viola G; Basson I J; Anckar EPreferential distribution along transcontinental corridors of kimberlites and related rocks of southern Africa.2004107 (1/2), 301-324 Abstract
Reid D L; Borg GResearch on Proterozoic zinc deposits in Namibia and South Africa.2005108 (1), p. 2 Abstract
Mcmillan M DExploration history of Rosh Pinah and Aggeneys. The discovery of Rosh Pinah.2005108 (1), 3-4 Abstract
Frimmel H E; Lane KGeochemistry of carbonate beds in the Neoproterozoic Rosh Pinah Formation, Namibia: implications on depositional setting and hydrothermal ore formation.2005108 (1), 5-18 Abstract
Alchin D J; Frimmel H E; Jacobs L EStratigraphic setting of the metalliferous Rosh Pinah Formation and the Spitzkop and Koivib Suites in the Pan-African Gariep Belt, southwestern Namibia.2005108 (1), 19-34 Abstract
Stalder M; Rozendaal ADistribution and geochemical characteristics of barite and barium-rich rocks associated with the Broken Hill Gamsberg Zn-Pb deposit, Namaqua Province, South Africa.2005108 (1), 35-50 Abstract
Bailie R H; Reid D LOre textures and possible sulphide partial melting at Broken Hill, Aggeneys, South Africa I: Petrography.2005108 (1), 51-70 Abstract
Alchin D J; Moore J MA review of the Pan-African, Neoproterozoic Rosh Pinah Zn-Pb deposit, southwestern Namibia.2005108 (1), 71-86 Abstract
Gauert C D KStratiform coticule-barite-sulphide horizons in the sediment-hosted Tsongoari-Omupokko Pb-Cu-Ba-Zn-Ag prospects, Kaokoland, Namibia.2005108 (1), 87-118 Abstract
Rozendaal A; Stalder M; Alchin DWall rock alteration and lithogeochemical haloes associated with the sediment-hosted Rosh Pinah Zn-Pb-Ag deposit in the Pan African Gariep Belt, southwestern Namibia.2005108 (1), 119-134 Abstract
Rubidge B S27th Du Toit Memorial Lecture. Re-uniting lost continents - fossil reptiles from the ancient Karoo and their wanderlust.2005108 (1), 135-172 Abstract
De Bruiyn H; Schoch A E; Fairwood D S; Van Der Westhuizen W AThe geology and petrochemistry of the Mashikiri Formation along the Olifants River Section, Kruger National Park, South Africa.2005108 (2), 173-186 Abstract
Whitelaw H T; De Bruiyn H; Schoch A E; Van Der Westhuizen W A; Kruger F JIsotopic relationships of epigenetic Pb-Zn mineralisation in the Ventersdorp Supergroup near Douglas, Northern Cape Province.2005108 (2), 187-198 Abstract
Ashwal L D; Webb S J; Knoper M WMagmatic stratigraphy in the Bushveld Northern Lobe: continuous geophysical and mineralogical data from the 2950 m Bellevue drillcore.2005108 (2), 199-232, 1 fold-out figure. Abstract
De Bruin DMultiple compositional megacryst groups from the Uintjiesberg and Witberg kimberlites, South Africa.2005108 (2), 233-246 Abstract
Sommer H; Kröner A; Muhongo S; Hauzenberger CSHRIMP zircon ages for post-Usagaran granitoid and rhyolitic rocks from the Palaeoproterozoic terrain of southwestern Tanzania.2005108 (2), 247-256 Abstract
Garden S E; Garland G GSpit development in the Mdloti River estuary, KwaZulu-Natal.2005108 (2), 257-270 Abstract
Brandt D; Andreoli M A G; Mccarthy T SThe late Mesozoic palaeosoils and Cenozoic fluvial deposits at Vaalputs, Namaqualand, South Africa: possible depositional mechanisms and their bearing on the evolution of the continental margin.2005 108 (2), 271-284 Abstract
Franceschini G; Mcmillan I K; Compton J SForaminifera of Langebaan Lagoon salt marsh and their application to the interpretation of late Pleistocene depositional environments at Monwabisi, False Bay coast, South Africa.2005108 (2), 285-296 Abstract
Hoerlé SA preliminary study of the weathering activity at the rock art site of Game Pass Shelter (KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa) in relation to its conservation.2005108 (2), 297-308 Abstract
Gibson R L; Reimold W U; Lana CComment on: New PGE and Re/Os-isotope data from lower crustal sections of the Vredefort dome and a reinterpretation of its "crust-on-edge" profile, by R.J. Hart, I. McDonald, M. Tredoux, M.J. De Wit, R.W. Carlson, M. Andreoli, D.E. Moser, L.D. Ashwal.2005108 (2), 309-313 Abstract
Poujol M; Kiefer R; Robb L J; Anhaeusser C R; Armstrong R ANew U-Pb data on zircons from the Amalia greenstone belt Southern Africa: insights into the Neoarchaean evolution of the Kaapvaal Craton.2005 108 (3), 317-332 Abstract
Stankiewicz J; De Wit M JFractal river networks of Southern Africa. 2005108 (3), 333-344 Abstract
Schneiderhan E A; Bhattacharya H N; Zimmermann U; Gutzmer JArchean seismites of the Ventersdorp Supergroup, South Africa.2005108 (3), 345-350 Abstract
Bordy E M; Hancox P J; Rubidge B SThe contact of the Molteno and Elliot Formations through the main Karoo Basin, South Africa: a second-order sequence boundary.2005108 (3), 351-364 Abstract
Kisters A F MControls 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.2005108 (3), 365-380 Abstract
Manyeruke T D; Maier W D; Barnes SMajor and trace element geochemistry of the Platreef on the farm Townlands, northern Bushveld Complex.2005108 (3), 381-396 Abstract
Clarke B M; Uken R; Watkeys M K; Reinhardt JFolding of the Rustenburg layered suite adjacent to the Steelpoort pericline: implications for syn-Bushveld tectonism in the eastern Bushveld Complex.2005108 (3), 397-412 Abstract
Maier W D; Peltonen P; Juvonen R; Pienaar CPlatinum-group elements in peridotite xenoliths and kimberlite from the Premier kimberlite pipe, South Africa.2005108 (3), 413-428 Abstract
Selover R W; Gastaldo R AA reinterpretation of the Wagendrift Quarry, Estcourt, KwaZulu-Natal Province, and its implications for Karoo Basin paleogeography.2005108 (3), 429-438 Abstract
Huizenga J M; Harmse J TGeological and anthropogenic influences on the inorganic water chemistry of the Jukskei River, Gauteng, South Africa.2005108 (3), 439-447 Abstract
Turner B R; Thomson KDiscussion on 'Basin development during deposition of the Elliot Formation (Late Triassic-Early Jurassic), Karoo Supergroup, South Africa' by E.M. Bordy, P.J. Hancox and B.S. Rubidge. (South African Journal of Geology, 107, 397-412).2005108 (3), 448-453 Abstract
Bordy E M; Hancox P J; Rubidge B STurner, B.R. and Thomson, K., Discussion on 'Basin development during deposition of the Elliot Formation (Late Triassic-Early Jurassic), Karoo Supergroup, South Africa' (South African Journal of Geology, 107, 397-412) - a reply.2005108 (3), 454-461 Abstract
Becker T; Garoeb H; Ledru P; Milesi J -PThe Mesoproterozoic event within the Rehoboth Basement Inlier of Namibia: review and new aspects of stratigraphy, geochemistry, structure and plate tectonic setting.2005108 (4), 465-492 Abstract
Deocampo D MEvaporative evolution of surface waters and the role of aqueous CO2 in magnesium silicate precipitation: Lake Eyasi and Ngorogoro Crater, northern Tanzania.2005108 (4), 493-504 Abstract
Wendorff MLithostratigraphy of Neoproterozoic syn-rift sedimentary megabreccia from Mwambashi, Copperbelt of Zambia, and correlation with olistostrome succession from Mufulira.2005108 (4), 505-524 Abstract
Wilson A H; Jermy C A; Ridgeway M; Chunnett GRock-strength and physical properties of norites of the Merensky and Bastard Unites, western Bushveld Complex.2005108 (4), 525-540 Abstract
Wanke HThe Namibian Eiseb Graben as an extension of the East African Rift: evidence from Landsat TM 5 imagery.2005108 (4), 541-546 Abstract
Cairncross B; Beukes N J; Coetzee L L; Rehfeld UThe bivalve Megadesmus from the Permian Volksrust Shale Formation (Karoo Supergroup), northeastern Karoo Basin, South Africa: implications for late Permian Basin development.2005108 (4), 547-556 Abstract
Hoffman P F28th DeBeers Alex. Du Toit Memorial Lecture, 2004. On Cryogenian (Neoproterozoic) ice-sheet dynamics and the limitations of the glacial sedimentary record.2005108 (4), 557-577 Abstract
Dole D IDiscussion on "Aeolian and marine deposits of the Tabakbaai Quarry area, Western Cape, South Africa" (South African Journal of Geology 107, 619-632).2005108 (4), 578-579 Abstract
Compton J S; Franceschini GReply to discussion by D.I. Cole. Discussion on "Aeolian and marine deposits of the Tabakbaai Quarry area, Western Cape, South Africa" (South African Journal of Geology 107, 619-632).2005108 (4), 580-581 Abstract
Cawthorn R GThe platiniferous dunite pipes in the eastern limb of the Bushveld Complex: review and comparison with unmineralized discordant ultramafic bodies: discussion.2005108 (4), 582-586 Abstract
Scoon R N; Mitchell A AThe platiniferous dunite pipes in the eastern limb of the Bushveld Complex: review and comparison with unmineralized discordant ultramafic bodies: reply to comment by R G Cawthorn.2005108 (4), 587-589 Abstract
Van Reenen D DNic Beukes: a tribute to a South African geoscientist.2006109 (1/2), 2-5 Abstract
Gutzmer J; De Kock M; Van Niekerk H; Simonson BPrecambrian sedimentary successions in understanding the evolution of atmosphere, surface environments and early life on Earth. Special Volume in honour of Nicolas J. Beukes. An introduction.2006109 (1/2), 7-10 Abstract
Sumner D Y; Beukes N JSequence stratigraphic development of the Neoarchean Transvaal carbonate platform, Kaapvaal Craton, South Africa.2006109 (1/2), 11-22, 1 fold-out figure. Abstract
Schröder S; Lacassie J P; Beukes N JStratigraphic and geochemical framework of the Agouron drill cores, Transvaal Supergroup (Neoarchean-Paleoproterozoic, South Africa).2006109 (1/2), 23-54 Abstract
Huizenga J; Gutzmer J; Greyling L N; Schaefer MCarbonic fluid incluions in Paleoproterozoic carbonate-hosted Zn-Pb deposits in Griqualand West, South Africa.2006109 (1/2), 55-62 Abstract
Schneiderhan E A; Gutzmer J; Strauss H; Mezger K; Beukes N JThe chemostratigraphy of a Paleoproterozoic MnF- BIF succession - the Voëlwater Subgroup of the Transvaal Supergroup in Griqualand West, South Africa.2006109 (1/2), 63-80 Abstract
Bau M; Alexander BPreservation of primary REE patterns without Ce anomaly during dolomitization of Mid-Paleoproterozoic limestone and the potential re-establishment of marine anoxia immediately after the "Great Oxidation Event".2006109 (1/2), 81-86 Abstract
Johnson J; Grotzinger J PAffect of sedimentation on stromatolite reef growth and morphology, Ediacaran Omkyk Member (Nama Group), Namibia.2006109 (1/2), 87-96 Abstract
Ono S; Beukes N J; Rumble D; Fogel M LEarly evolution of atmospheric oxygen from multiple-sulfur and carbon isotope records of the 2.9 Ga Mozaan Group of the Pongola Supergroup, Southern Africa.2006109 (1/2), 97-108 Abstract
Coetzee L L; Beukes N J; Gutzmer J; Kakegawa TLinks of organic carbon cycling and burial to depositional depth gradients and establishment of a snowball Earth at 2.3 Ga. Evidence from the Timeball Hill Formation, Transvaal Supergroup, South Africa.2006109 (1/2), 109-122 Abstract
Yamaguchi K E; Ohmoto HGeochemical and isotopic constraints on the origin of Paleoproterozoic red shales of the Gamagara/Mapedi Formation, Postmasburg Group, South Africa.2006109 (1/2), 123-138 Abstract
Dorland H C; Beukes N J; Gutzmer J; Evans D A D; Armstrong R APrecise SHRIMP U-Pb zircon age constraints on the lower Waterberg and Soutpansberg Groups, South Africa.2006109 (1/2), 139-156 Abstract
De Kock M O; Evans D A D; Dorland H C; Beukes N J; Gutzmer JPaleomagnetism of the lower two unconformity-bounded sequences of the Waterberg Group, South Africa: towards a better-defined apparent polar wander path for the Paleoproterozoic Kaapvaal Craton.2006109 (1/2), 157-182 Abstract
Mukhopadhyay J; Ghosh G; Nandi A K; Chaudhuri A KDepositional setting of the Kolhan Group: its implications for the development of a Meso to Neoproterozoic deep-water basin on the South Indian craton.2006109 (1/2), 183-192 Abstract
Gaucher C; Germs G J BRecent advances in South African Neoproterozoic-Early Palaeozoic biostratigraphy: correlation of the Cango Caves and Gamtoos Groups and acritarchs of the Sardinia Bay Formation, Saldania Belt.2006109 (1/2), 193-214 Abstract
Van Staden A; Naidoo T; Zimmermann U; Germs G J BProvenance analysis of selected clastic rocks in Neoproterozoic to lower Paleozoic successions of southern Africa from the Gariep Belt and the Kango Inlier.2006109 (1/2), 215-232 Abstract
Krull-Davatzes A E; Lowe D R; Byerly G RCompositional grading in an ~3.24 Ga impact-produced spherule bed, Barberton greenstone belt, South Africa: a key to impact plume evolution.2006109 (1/2), 233-244 Abstract
Jones-Zimberlin S; Simonson B M; Kreiss-Tomkins D; Garson DUsing impact spherule layers to correlate sedimentary successions: a case study of the Neoarchean Jeerinah layer (Western Australia).2006109 (1/2), 245-261 Abstract
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Indexes to the Transactions of the Geological Society of South Africa.

The Transactions and Proceedings of the Geological Society of South Africa. Index to the first thirteen volumes 1897-1910. Compiled by A. Reynell. 1915.
The Transactions and Proceedings of the Geological Society of South Africa. Index for volumes XIV (1911) to XXXIII (1930) by A.L. Hall. 1932.
The Transactions and Proceedings of the Geological Society of South Africa. Index for volumes XXXIV (1931) to XLIII (1940) by A.L. Hall and Jeanne de V. Little. 1947.
The Transactions and Proceedings of the Geological Society of South Africa. Index for volumes XLIV (1941) to LIII (1950) by Jeanne de V. Little. 1964.
The Transactions and Proceedings of the Geological Society of South Africa. Index for volumes LIV (1951) to LXIII (1960) by Jeanne de V. Little. 1964.

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ALEX L. DU TOIT MEMORIAL LECTURES


The Alex du Toit Memorial Lecture series was instituted in 1949 as a memorial to Dr Alex L du Toit who died the year before, and who was one of the most remarkable, talented and internationally famous geologists in the history of South Africa. This biennial lecture series is without doubt the most prestigious event on the calendar of The Geological Society of South Africa. The invited speaker alternates between leading international authorities from overseas and prominent South African earth scientists. The topics of these informative and stimulating lectures should relate to the aspects of geology in which Dr du Toit was especially interested and should have a bearing on his work. All but one of the lectures have been published by the Society and since 1989 have been included in the South African Journal of Geology.

1949. No. 1. Gevers T WThe life and work of Dr. Alex. L. du Toit. 194952, 111 pp. Abstract
1951. No. 2. Read H HMetamorphism and granitisation. 195154, 28 pp. Abstract
1953. No. 3. Haughton S HGondwanaland and the distribution of early reptiles.195356, 31 pp, 2 tab. Abstract
1955. No. 4. Dixey FSome aspects of the geomorphology of Central and Southern Africa.195558, 60 pp, 1 tabl, 2 A4 maps. Abstract
1957. No. 5. Cooke H B SObservations relating to Quaternary environments in East and Southern Africa.195760, 1-73, 3 pl. Abstract
1959. No. 6. Keunen P HSand - its origin, transportation, abrasion and accumulation.195962, 33 pp, 8 pl. Abstract
1961. No. 7. Martin HThe hypothesis of continental drift, the light of recent advances of geological knowledge in Brazil and in South West Africa.196164, 47 pp, 5 pl. Abstract
1963. No. 8. Wegmann C ETectonic patterns at different levels.196366, 78 pp. Abstract
1965. No. 9. King L CGeological relationships between South Africa and Antarctica.196568, 32 pp, 1 fig, 2 pl. Abstract
1967. No. 10. Judd W RGeotechnical communication problems.196770, 45 pp. Abstract
1969. No. 11. Plumstead E PThree thousand million years of plant life in Africa.196972, 72 pp, 25 pl, 1 tabl, 1 fig. Abstract
1971. No. 12. Runcorn S KOur wandering continents -the key to modern geoscience. [Manuscript never received].1971
1972. No. 13. Pretorius D AThe crustal architecture of Southern Africa.197376, 60 pp, 4 A3 maps. Abstract
1976. No. 14. Cloud PMajor features of crustal evolution.197679, 33 pp. Abstract
1977. No. 15. Simpson E S WEvolution of the South Atlantic.197780, 16 pp. Abstract
1979. No. 16. Skinner B JThe frequency of mineral deposits.197982, 13 pp. Abstract
1981. No. 17. Brain C KThe evolution of man in Africa: was it a consequence of Cainozoic cooling?198184, 20 pp. Abstract
1983. No. 18. Crowell J CIce ages on Gondwanan continents.198386 (3), 238-262.
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1985. No. 19. Nicolaysen L OOn the physical basis for the extended Wilson Cycle, in which most continents coalesce and then disperse again.198588 (3), 561-580.
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1987. No. 20. Yoder H S Jr.The great basalt floods.198891, (2), 139-156.
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1989. No. 21. Gurney J JThe diamondiferous roots of our wandering continents.199093 (3), 424-437.
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1992. No. 22. Gaàl GGlobal Proterozoic tectonic cycles and early Proterozoic metallogeny.199295 (3/4), 88-93.
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1993. No. 23. Hunter D RSouthern African earth sciences in Antarctica: the third decade.199396 (4), 162-181.
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1995. No. 24. Burke K C AThe African Plate.199699 (4), 339-409.
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1997. No. 25. Partridge T COf diamonds, dinosaurs and diastrophism: 150 million years of landscape evolution in southern Africa.1998101 (3), 167-184
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1999. No. 26. Kröner AThe Mozambique Belt of East Africa and Madagascar: Significance of zircon and Nd model ages for Rodinia and Gondwana supercontinent formation and dispersal.2001104 (2), 151-166
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2002. No. 27. Rubidge BRe-uniting lost continents - fossil reptiles from the ancient Karoo and their wanderlust.2002108 (1), 135-172 Reference
2004. No. 28. Hoffman P FOn Cryogenian (Neoproterozoic) ice-sheet dynamics and the limitations of the glacial sedimentary record.2005108 (4), 557-577 Reference


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