A Manual of the Geology of India

  title={A Manual of the Geology of India},
  author={H. F. B.},
  • K. Ng
  • Geography
    Quantum Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
  • 2021
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Amended lithostratigraphy of the Cretaceous Bagh Group, Western Lower Narmada Valley, India: A comparison with pervasive Tethyan basins
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Contact Metamorphism of Calcareous Metasediments of Sausars from Western Balaghat Area of Madhya Pradesh, India and Its Implication in Sausar Stratigraphy
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Palaeostress analysis of normal faults in granite–implications for interpreting Riedel shearing related to regional deformation
In this study field data from mesoscopic-scale brittle structures (faults) are used to decipher palaeostress and relate it to regional-scale kinematics. Fault-slip data from oblique-slip normal
Paleogene Larger Benthic Foraminiferal Stratigraphy and Facies distribution: implications for tectonostratigraphic evolution of the Kohat Basin, Potwar Basin and the Trans Indus Ranges (TIR) northwest Pakistan
Thick Paleogene sequences occur in the southern deformed fold and thrust belt of the Himalayas. In this thesis I describe detailed lithoand biostratigraphy from ten key stratigraphic sections in the
Geological Nature of the Pokaran Boulder Bed: Palaeoenvironmental, Palaeoclimatic and Stratigraphic Implications
We appreciate the endeavour of the authors towards an attempt to rationalise the concept of the largely misunderstood stratigraphic unit of Pokaran Boulder Bed, both for its mode of occurrence in the
Mapping hydrothermal alteration zone through aster data in Gadag Schist Belt of Western Dharwar Craton of Karnataka, India
Alteration zones are developed in a wide range of geological milieus such as volcano-plutonic rocks. Hydrothermal alteration zones are considered an important guide for mineral exploration and can
Control of pre-existing fabric in fracture formation, reactivation and vein emplacement under variable fluid pressure conditions: an example from Archean greenstone belt, India
Abstract. Most of the upper crustal fluid flows are strongly influenced by the pre-existing fractures/foliations in the rocks under a certain state of tectonic stress and fluid pressure condition. In
Interaction between felsic granitoids and mafic dykes in Bundelkhand Craton: A field, petrographic and crystal size distribution study
In Bundelkhand Craton of central India, mafic dykes intruded when granitoids was partly crystallized. Cuspate–lobate boundary along the contact of granitoids and mafic magma indicates magma mingling