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Geology Of Sierra De La Ventana – Argentina

International - Date: November, 2010, May 2012 and 2013

The Sierra de La Ventana Fold and Thrust belt is a Late Paleozoic Orogen that correlates the southern South America region with the Cape Fold belt in South Africa. The project had three field trips to the region in order to do geological reconnaissance and detailed geological mapping that produced two Master dissertations.

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Geology Of Central Madagascar

International - Date: 11th September - 4th October, 2014

Madagascar occupies an important location within the East African Orogen, and Central Madagascar is comprised of a number of Precambrian units. The project had a target at Ikalamavony region within the Ikalamavony Group which consists of metasedimentary successions. The aim of the field work was geological reconnaissance and detailed geological mapping combined with geochronological data that produced a Bachelor Thesis and an ongoing Master Dissertation.

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Geology Of Paso Del Dragon Region – Northern Uruguay

International - Date: 25th July – 10th August/2015

The Paso del Dragon Complex comprises schists, serpentinites and quartzites, and is part of the Cuchilla Dionísio Terrane in Eastern Uruguay. It is interpreted as an allochtonous block fragmented from the African Kalahari Craton in the Neoproterozoic. The project had a two weeks fieldtrip for detailed mapping of the area and is yielding a Bachelor Thesis.

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Geology Of Lihuel Calel – Northern Patagonia – Argentina

International - Date: 16th – 23rd April, 2015

Lihuel Calel is a Late Paleozoic ignimbritic plateau that represents the late stages of development of the silicic Choiyoi Magmatic Province, the largest occurrence of acidic igneous rocks of the western Gondwana. The project had a ten days field trip to the region in order to do geological reconnaissance and geological mapping that produced one Bachelor Thesis.

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