South African Scenery: A Textbook of Geomorphology
Oliver and Boyd, 1951 - Geography - 379 pages
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Africa ancient appear basin become beds beneath bevel Cape Central changes climate coast coastal Congo considerable continuous courses cover cycle deposits depression developed direction dissected distance drainage Durban east eastern effects erosion example exist extended face Falls fault feet flat floor flow folded followed formations former glaciers Gondwana gorge granite hills indicate Kalahari Karroo known L. C. King Lake land landscape later lava less lower marine mass material miles Mountains Natal nature nearly northern occur original passes period plain Plate plateau Pleistocene present produced ranges reaches region removed ridges rift rise River rocks sand sandstone scarp sediments sheet showing side slopes soil sometimes South Africa South-West Southern Southern Rhodesia stage strata streams structure surface terraces topography Transvaal Union uplift usually valleys volcanic weathering western wide