On Friday 16th December 2016 Jeff Chaumba, a graduate of University of Zimbabwe and now with the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, gave a talk entitled
'A brief outline of the geologic evolution of the Southern Appalachians, USA, and some of its associated metals mineralization'
The talk was attended by 40 members.
On Saturday 26th November 20 members participated in a post Summer Symposium Field trip to the western margin of the Murehwa batholith to discuss alternative models of Chilimanzi granite emplacement, emphasizing regional tectonic controls versus vertical tectonics.
Lots of interesting discussion around the outcrops before heavy rain cut the trip short.
Find the field guide attached
On Friday 23rd September 2016, Dr Ali Ait-Kaci delivered a talk to the Geological Society on Meteroids, Meteorites and Impact Craters.
Please find a copy of the presentation below.
20 members were led by Martin Prendergast to see the nickel laterites exposed in the nothern part of the Great Dyke over the weekend of 6th and 7th August 2016.
The field guide can be downloaded below.