Abstract

Petrographic study of rock specimens collected across the axis of the Quihita-Cunene gabbro intrusion from Pocolo to Gambos, and to the south near the Cunene river, Angola, indicates that the gabbroic massif is probably a single intrusion differentiated into a series of layered rocks. Rhythmic and cryptic layering are present. Comparison is made with the Great Dyke of Southern Rhodesia.

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