World Continent General Considerations For Africa Geological History

World Continent General Considerations For Africa Geological History. The African continent comprises five ancient Precambrian cratons, Kaapvaal, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Congo, and West Africa. Which formed 2 billion to 3.6 billion years ago and have been stable since then; These cratons limited by the young crease bands formed between 2 billion and 300 million years ago. […]

Africa Part Of The Seven Continent World Map And History

Africa is the second continent (after Asia), accounting for one-fifth of the total land space of ​​the Earth. The western part of the continent borders the Atlantic Ocean borders the Mediterranean Sea in the north. The Red Sea and the Indian Ocean in the east, the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean in the south. […]

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