There has not been much activity on this website recently but quite a lot of
material has been published as extended abstracts and refereed publications in
the last 18 months. These items may prove useful to those following
Gondwana-related research and exploration interests. The list below summarises
what has appeared. I will do my best to provide copies in response to e-mail
2014 May 15
Key, R.M., and Reeves, C.V., 2012. The post-Gondwana development of East
Africa’s coastline with emphasis on the development of the Rovuma Basin.
Extended abstract. Geological Society meeting, London, October 24-26.
Reeves, C.V., 2013a. African Geology and Tectonics through aeromagnetics:
from Botswana to Gondwana. Extended abstract. 24th Colloquium of African
Geology. Addis Ababa, January. Reeves, C.V., 2013b. The global tectonics of the
Indian Ocean and its relevance to India’s western margin. Journal of
Geophysics, vol 34, 87-94.
Reeves, C.V. and Mahanjane, E.S., 2013a. Dykes in SE Africa reveal first
successful Gondwana spreading axis. Letter to Nature, April 2013 – rejected.
Reeves, C.V., and Mahanjane, E.S., 2013b. Mozambique and its role in the
downfall of Gondwana. Extended abstract. Geological Society of
Houston/Petroleum exploration society of Great Britain, London, September
Reeves, C.V., 2013d. Global tectonics, Rifting and the fabric of Africa.
Extended abstract. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, ‘Exploration of
Continental Rifts’ workshop, Houston, September 26. Reeves, C.V., 2013e.
Lebombo: Are we on the edge of Africa? Extended abstract. South African
Geophysical Association meeting, Skukuza, South Africa, October.
Reeves, C.V., 2014. The position of Madagascar within Gondwana and its
movements during Gondwana dispersal. Journal of African Earth Sciences. Volume,