Author Archives: Mduduzi Langwenya

About Mduduzi Langwenya

My name is Mduduzi Langwenya, nicknamed Dan, from Swaziland. I am currently sophomore at Colby College, where I am doing a double major in Geoscience and Economics. I enjoy outdoors activities. The Jan Plan Geology field study in South Africa is a unique opportunity to study the home region, and further hone my field research skills.

Turbidites in Laingsburg

On our way back to Capetown, we stopped at a small town of Laingsburg. Laingsburg is a field site for oil companies who explore turbidity currents. There are small and large-scale exposures of turbidites. First, we looked at localized small-scale … Continue reading

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Buffalo at the door!!

Team Karoo has since been reduced to 5 members after Johann, Rose, John, and Valerie finished their intended projects last week. This left the last standing team members, which include Tara, Kody, Bob, Sandra and obviously me, three projects to … Continue reading

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Something is up

After seeing textbook quality primary structures such as ripple marks and crossbeds at Chapmanā€™s Peak in Capetown, we finally made it, on Friday evening, to the Karoo Basin. Today, the 10th of January is the fourth day in Ganora farm. … Continue reading

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