General Geology of Kenya.
Kenya: A Natural Outlook Geo-Environmental Resources and Hazards. , Oxford, UK: Elsevier Abstract
The geology of Kenya can be divided into five major geological successions:
(1) the Archaean (Nyanzian and Kavirondian), (2) Proterozoic (Mozambique Belt and Bukoban), (3) Palaeozoic/Mesozoic sediments, (4) Tertiary/Quaternary volcanics and sediments, and (5) Pleistocene to Recent soils, alluvial beach sands, evaporites, fossil coral reefs and sandstones at the coast: alluvial and lacustrine sediments of the Rift Valley. There are also volcanic rocks of the Rift Valley from the younger volcanoes.