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Abstract

Geophysical investigations are being carried out in North Matabeleland, Zimbabwe, with the aim of finding suitable aquifers to provide the city of Bulawayo with water. In this part of the study an attempt has been made to map the hydrogeology in an area around the railway siding Sawmills. The investigated area is covered by basalt that is mostly weathered on the surface. Outside the Umguza River valley Kalahari Sands overlie the basalt. The basalt rests on the Upper Karoo sandstone, which is the target aquifer. (MacDonald 1970; Stagman 1978)

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1999-09-06
2019-12-14
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