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Geology Africa

Victoria Falls: The Smoke That Thunders

With an annual average of 1,100 cubic metres of water plunging down its 108m-high face each second, Victoria Falls is unquestionably one of the world’s greatest natural wonders.

Exploration Worldwide

Is a Conjugate Margin an Analog?

Since the discovery of Tupi in Brazil and Jubilee in Ghana, the search has been on to prove that discoveries on one side of the Atlantic can be mirrored across the ocean. But is a conjugate margin an analog?

Geology Worldwide

How To Generate The Best Structural Maps

The oil and gas industry has everything to gain from high-quality structural maps and this article from Dr. Francis Richards aims to tell you just how to generate the best structural maps.

Geology Africa

Was the Mozambique Channel Once Scattered with Islands?

The geological history of the Davie Ridge tells us how tectonic, erosional and climatic forces shaped this part of the earth, pushing the mountains of west Madagascar, which once abutted what is now the coast of Somalia, southwards into the Indian Ocean.

Geology Middle East

Khuff: A Major Reservoir

The Permo-Triassic Khuff reservoir is one of the most productive gas fields in the world. What are the factors which have helped it to become so prolific?