ePub Geology of Degree Sheets 19 (Zuru), 20 (Chafe) and Part of 9 (Katsina), Nigeria (Overseas Geology Mineral Resources) download
by Patricia McCurry
Published December 31, 1979 by Stationery Office Books.
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Nigeria lies approximately between latitudes 4°N and 15°N and Longitudes 3°E and 14°E, within the Pan African mobile belt in between the West African and Congo cratons (Fi. ). The Geology of Nigeria is dominated by three major rock types; the crystalline (igneous and. metamorphic rocks) and sedimentary rocks both occurring approximately in equal. The crystalline igneous and metamorphic rocks constitute the Precambrian- Palaeozoic. 20. durable property; it is soft.
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This book provides a detailed description of Nigeria’s geology and mineral . The book is divided into three parts.
This book provides a detailed description of Nigeria’s geology and mineral resources with the aim of promoting sustainable economic development of Nigeria’s mineral and petroleum sectors. Part 1 discusses the geology of the crystalline rocks and their regional distribution while the sedimentary basins constitute the subject of Part 2. Part 3 presents the mineral resources of Nigeria, their geological environment, mode of occurrence, localities and where possible their estimated reserves.
The geology of Nigeria formed beginning in the Archean and Proterozoic eons of the Precambrian. The country forms the Nigerian Province and more than half of its surface is igneous and metamorphic crystalline basement rock from the Precambrian. Between . billion and 500 million years ago, Nigeria was affected by three major orogeny mountain-building events and related igneous intrusions.
Mineral resources are materials of economic interest found in or on the . Confirmed reserves in 3 prospects in the East-Central part are put at five million tonnes waiting for depositors to make a profit from it.
Mineral resources are materials of economic interest found in or on the earth’s surface in such quantity, quality, and form, which can be be used to improve the economy. In general, the Nigerian economy is partial towards the study of minerals, especially petroleum. One of the mineral resources in Nigeria that is exploited on a small scale is gold. Notwithstanding its price, the gold exploration is not very dominant and can be found only in such states as Oyo, Sokoto, Kebbi, Zamfara, Niger, Kwara, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Edo, Abuja, and Bauchi.
assist in the exploration and development of mineral resources. Atauro is part of the inner volcanic arc, and consists of late Tertiary to sub-Recent basalt flows, tuff, and agglomerates. It may not be published in any form or used in a company prospectus without the permission in writing of the Director, Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics. Summary of the geology of Portuguese Timor Timor is renowned geologically for its Alpine-style tectonics and consequently well-exposed varied formations (see Stratigraphical Table).
2 CHAPTER TWO GEOLOGY OF NIGERIA . ROCK TYPES The three major rock types - igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary - abound in Nigeria
2 CHAPTER TWO GEOLOGY OF NIGERIA . ROCK TYPES The three major rock types - igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary - abound in Nigeria. Igneous and metamorphic rocks constitute the Precambrian basement complex which is the oldest, crystalline, solid physical foundation of the country. Sedimentary rocks fill up the basins which are vast depressions between basement landmass. The Basement Complex and the sedimentary basins are equally dispersed in Nigeria, with basement most extensive in 3 Northern Nigeria; less so in the south-western part of the country; and least along the eastern margin.
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