Macgregor Memorial Lecture 2019 - Exploring our Understanding of the Geological Evolution and Mineral Endowment of the Zimbabwe Craton - Hielke Jelsma
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Friday, 17 May, 2019
The Geological Society of Zimbabwe proudly presents its biennial MacGregor Memorial Lecture.
A.M. Macgregor (1888-1961) is remembered for his enormous contribution to geology. His maps changed the course of geological thinking in southern Africa and impacted on the discovery of mineral deposits and our understanding of mineral endowment.
This year, Dr Hielke Jelsma (PhD, FGSSA, Pr Nat Sci), Principal Geologist, Anglo American presents a public lecture titled:
“A.M. Macgregor’s (1951) Gregarious Batholiths and a Tripartite Subdivision of the Greenstone Belt Stratigraphy: Exploring our current Understanding of the Geological Evolution and Mineral Endowment of the Zimbabwe Craton.”
The talk is open to the public and will be presented in both Bulawayo and Harare.
HARARE - DATE: Friday 17th May - TIME: 5pm - VENUE: UZ Geology Department