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PALAEONTOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF THE ETOSHA PAN , NAMIBIA : IMPLICATIONS FOR TERMINAL KALAHARI

@inproceedings{Pickford2010PALAEONTOLOGYAE,
  title={PALAEONTOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF THE ETOSHA PAN , NAMIBIA : IMPLICATIONS FOR TERMINAL KALAHARI},
  author={M. Pickford},
  year={2010}
}
  • M. Pickford
  • Published 2010
  • A mid to late Tertiary lake, Palaeolake Etosha, was the single collective end point of three drainage systems feeding southwards off the central Angolan highlands, the Cubango and Kunene Megafans and the Cuvelai Drainage System. The lake beds consist of 50 m of saline, olive green clay, the Etosha Pan Clay Member, containing authigenic analcime, monoclinic K-feldspar and glauconite. Fossil suites in two local sandstones near or at the top of the clay, the Oshigambo and Ekuma Delta Sandstone… CONTINUE READING

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