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Journal of Geosciences and Geomatics
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ISSN (Print) 2373-6690 - ISSN (Online) 2373-6704
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  • Contribution to the Petrogenesis of Pan-Africain Granitoids from East
           Pitoa in the Northern Cameroon Domain of the Central Africain Fold Belt:
           Implications for Their Sources and Geological Setting

    • Authors: Cedric Roth Happi Djofna; Merlain Houketchang Bouyo, Daouda Dawai, Rigobert Tchameni, Landry Kouedjou, Martial Periclex Tchunte Fosso, Hervé Brice Fotso Kengne
      Pages: 112 - 125
      Abstract: This article presents original geological and geochemical data on more or less deformed granitoids rocks of the Pitoa region in Domain North Cameroon. The Pitoa granitoids consist of leucocratic, gray and pink colored, fine to medium grained granites as well as quartz monzonite, containing numerous enclaves of mafic rocks, intruded in gneiss and amphibolite and cut by dykes of pegmatite, aplite and dolerite. They present porphyritic, inequigranular, granophyric and microgranophyric textures consisting essentially of quartz, K-feldspar, plagioclase, biotite and the accessory minerals are zircon, apatite, titanite and opaque minerals. The Plutonic rocks of Pitoa show the characteristics of the shoshonitic and calc-alkaline series with high-K content. They are magnesian to ferrous, luminous to slightly hyper-luminous metallic and exhibit the characteristics of type 1 granitoids. REE data and normalized chondritic plots show variable enrichment of all rocks in LREE compared to HREE with a negative europium anomaly (Eu/Eu*= 0.19 – 0.8), except for the pink granite sample DS15 which shows a positive Eu anomaly (14.6). They are distinctively depleted in Th, Nb, Ba, Sr, Ti and Ta. The data indicate that this assemblage of granitic rock did not result from the simple differentiation of a common parental magma, but show that the plutonic rocks of Pitoa arose from different crustal protoliths. Trace element and major composition are consistent with the magmatism which may have involved reworking of a composite protolith of metagrey-wackes in the upper crust and amphibolitised high -K calc-alkaline basaltic andesites in the northern domain of the Orogenic belt from Central Africa. These granitoids were set up in a tectonic context of continental subduction collision. They are emplaced in the active continental margin and fractional crystallization (FC) is a major process that controls magmatic differentiation.
      PubDate: 2022-06-26
      DOI: 10.12691/jgg-10-3-1
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 3 (2022)
  • Physicochemical and Mineralogical Characterization of Clay Materials in
           the Douala Coastal Sedimentary Sub-basin (Cameroon, Central Africa)

    • Authors: Kankao Oumar Oumla; Ngon Ngon Gilbert François, Tehna Nathanael, Bayiga Elie Constantin, Mbog Michel Bertrand, Mbaï Joel Simon, Etame Jacques
      Pages: 126 - 138
      Abstract: This study is focused on the physicochemical and mineralogical characterization of five different clay materials of Eastern part of Douala sub-basin. It aims to know the nature and geotechnological properties of the clay raw materials in order to raise the idea of their potentialities in industrial applications. The samples were subjected to several analyses such as geotechnical tests notably the particle size distribution, the Atterberg limits, the swelling index, the chemical (cation exchange capacity, pH-H2O and pH-KCl, X-ray fluorescence) and mineralogical (X-ray diffraction) analyses. These clay materials showed high fine fractions (up to 99%) and high plasticity index (15 to 63%). The swelling index is medium (16 to 20) and the CEC moderate (30 - 40), indicating the presence of a small proportion of swelling 2:1 type clays. The clay materials are predominantly constituted by kaolinite (32 – 72%), quartz (20.2 - 50.7%) and illite (4.6 – 10%), which are characteristic of the sedimentary environment and morphoclimatic conditions of the Douala coastal sedimentary sub-basin. The predominant oxides in clay materials are SiO2 (34.05 - 51.18%) and Al2O3 (16.05 - 23.98%). Iron oxide Fe2O3 is moderate (1.55 - 11.22%) and alkali and alkaline earth oxides are weak less than 2%. The physicochemical parameters associated with mineralogical and geochemical data make them suitable for ceramic applications and also serve as backfilling materials in building constructions when improved by adding sand.
      PubDate: 2022-07-17
      DOI: 10.12691/jgg-10-3-2
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 3 (2022)
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