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India-Antarctica-Australia-Laurentia connection in the Paleoproterozoic–Mesoproterozoic revisited: Evidence from new zircon U-Pb and monazite chemical age data from the Eastern Ghats Belt, India
We present zircon and monazite U-Pb data from ultrahigh-temperature (UHT) metamorphosed orthogneisses and paragneisses collected from key areas of the Eastern Ghats Belt, India. The results show
Multiple tectonometamorphic imprints in the lower crust: first evidence of ca. 950 Ma (zircon U‐Pb SHRIMP) compressional reworking of UHT aluminous granulites from the Eastern Ghats Belt, India
Integrated structural, petrological and geochronological study on a suite of granulites from the central part of the Eastern Ghats Belt (EGB), India unveils polyphase tectonothermal evolution. We
Stability of osumilite coexisting with spinel solid solution in metapelitic granulites at high oxygen fugacity
Abstract Experiments were carried out in the quartz-saturated part of the system KFMASH at hematitemagnetite buffer conditions in a piston-cylinder apparatus using synthetic biotite, K-feldspar,
Fluoride contamination in groundwaters of Sonbhadra District, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Fluoride (F-) concentration over and above the permissible limits (1.5 mg/l) in drinking water leads to human health hazards, such as dental and skeletal fluorosis affecting millions of people in
Pull-in and snap-through instabilities in transient deformations of microelectromechanical systems
We analyze transient finite electroelastodynamic deformations of a perfect electrically conducting undamped clamped–clamped beam, a clamped–clamped parabolic arch and a clamped–clamped bell-shaped
An Experimentally Constrained Petrogenetic Grid in the Silica-Saturated Portion of the System KFMASH at High Temperatures and Pressures
Experiments in the quartz-saturated part of the system KFMASH under fO 2 conditions of the haematite-magnetite buffer and using bulk compositions with X Mg of 0.81, 0.72, 0.53 define the stability
1420 Ma diabasic intrusives from the Mesoproterozoic Singhora Group, Chhattisgarh Supergroup, India: Implications towards non-plume intrusive activity
Besides offering significant clues towards tracking the geochemical evolution of the mantle and architectural reconstruction of different ‘supercontinent’, geochronological and geochemical appraisal
Basal Tuffs and Contemporaneity of the Chattisgarh and Khariar Basins Based on New Dates and Geochemistry
Time bracketing of thousands-of-meters-thick, unmetamorphosed, fossil-free sedimentary successions is a long-standing challenge in Indian Proterozoic stratigraphy. Limited geochronologic ages from