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Summer Symposium 2018

The Summer Symposium was held on 6th September 2018 at the Geological Department at the University of Zimbabwe.  The event was well supported with some 75 members in attendance.
The program was as follows and presentations can be uploaded from the list below:
Steve Duma:-  Geological Society Chair:-  Welcome
Mku T Ityokumbul,  UZ-Zimplats Professor, School of Earth and Mineral Sciences:-  Official Opening and Introduction to new School of Earth and Mineral Sciences
Lewis Ashwal:-  2018,  GSSA AL du Toit Memorial Lecture:-  Wandering continents of the Indian Ocean
Sharad Master:-  How the Magondi Belt lost its length: Chemostratigraphic approach to correlation in Precambrian metamorphic belts
Andy Moore:-  Mantle Plumes: Fable, Fiction or Fact
Tom Blenkinsop:-  Tectonic Controls on the intrusion of the Great Dyke and the Bushveld Complex
Peter Fey:-  Geology of the Chewore Inliers and Environs
Mark Tsomondo:-  Of syntaxes, secondary continental ribbons and oroclines; onset and accretion of Neoarchean Kalahari Supercontinent
Tenyears Gumede:-  The ruby fields of Montepuez Complex, Mozambique – detailed magnetic and radio-element interpretation for target generation
Adam Moodley:-  Arcadia Lithium Project
Melusi Hlambelo:-  Grade improvement through multi-disciplinary team synergies – a case study of Unki Mine, Great Dyke of Zimbabwe
Mike Donze:-  Principles of hyperspectral imaging and its applicability to geological samples
Nicky Vlok:-  Surpac Structural Suite - Using orientated data in your geological modelling workflow
Tony Martin:- Summary