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In his book "Geological and Archaeological Notes on Orangia", Johnson describes some "modern" rock engravings near Koffiefontein and says that they are "•• the work of Kafirs ••• " and as a footnote adds, "There are a number of their characteristic circular walls of uncemented stones at Koffyfontein, of which the. The base of rocks that underlie Borneo, an island in Southeast Asia, was formed by the arc-continent collisions, continent–continent collisions and subduction–accretion due to convergence between the Asian, India–Australia, and Philippine Sea-Pacific plates over the last million years. The active geological processes of Borneo are mild as all of the volcanoes are extinct.
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London: Longmans, Green, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Print version: Johnson, J.P. Geological and archaeological notes on Orangia. London: Longmans, Green, (OCoLC) GEOLOGICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL NOTES ON ORANGIA |.
JOHNSON GEOLOGICAL & ARCH/EOLOGICAL NOTES ON ORANGIA. GEOLOGICAL AND ARCH/EOLOGICAL NOTES ON ORANGIA BY J. JOHNSON Member of Council of Geological Society of South Africa, Author of " The Stone Implements of South Africa," " The Ore Deposits of South Africa" c.
Collection of 13 essays, plus Foreword by Sibylla Haasum and addenda. Illustrated with colour and b&w photographs, charts and maps. Corners. The field Geological and archaeological notes on Orangia book forms the main record of the data you gather in the field.
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