Hugo Dominguez-Carranza did a Masters project (French M1 + M2) looking at metamorphic rocks in the Southern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo belt. In December 2019 we went for a few days in the field, under an un-seasonal rainy, grey and even cold (!) weather and sampled some beautiful rocks…
Of course, as we all know there are some amazing granulites to be found there.
The specialists will enjoy the following photo:
Hugo did a very neat petrological study (and P-T modelling), despite the fact that he spent most of his time in lockdown (not to mention the stress of being repatriated from south Africa on the absolute last flight that left Cape Town in March…)
G. Stevens, J. Diener, H. Dominguez-Carranza, JF Moyen, December 2019
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