<span id="_ctl0_lbl3">Pleistocene shorelines in the southern and south-eastern Cape Province (Part 2)</span>

  • O. Davies Natal Museum

Abstract

Shorelines at 18, 9, 6, 3½ and 1½ m S.L. are traceable along the whole southern Cape coast as far as Cape Town. The first three form Krige's Major and Minor Emergences. Krige probably considered his Major Emergence to be the earliest pleistocene shoreline because higher beach-exposures are rare in the area in which he worked, being largely masked by massive dune-rock. To cite this article: Davies, O. 1972. Pleistocene shorelines in the southern and south-eastern Cape Province (Part 2). Annals of the Natal Museum 21 (2): 225-79.
How to Cite
Davies, O. (1). <span id="_ctl0_lbl3">Pleistocene shorelines in the southern and south-eastern Cape Province (Part 2)</span&gt;. Southern African Humanities, 21(2), 225-79. Retrieved from http://www.sahumanities.org/ojs/index.php/SAH/article/view/67