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Amokelani Mavundza

MSc candidate Geology

Characterize the observed airborne magnetic signal from felsic-intermediate intrusions in the western Wabigoon subprovince using magnetic susceptibility, petrography, geochemistry


My current research is a Metal Earth project to characterize the observed airborne magnetic signal from felsic-intermediate intrusions in the western Wabigoon subprovince using magnetic susceptibility, petrography, geochemistry. My supervisor is Dr. Stéphane Perrouty.

I am from Dzumeri, Limpopo province in South Africa. I completed my 3-year BSc. degree from the University of the Witwatersrand and then my BSc. Honours degree from the University of Limpopo. For my BSc. honours project, I used geological mapping and ground magnetic survey to map and produce a detailed map of a portion of the Pietersburg Greenstone Belt.

 

 

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