Composition and weathering conditions of Paleoproterozoic upper crust of Bundelkhand craton, Central India: Records from geochemistry of clastic sediments of 1.9 Ga Gwalior Group

@inproceedings{Absar2009CompositionAW,
  title={Composition and weathering conditions of Paleoproterozoic upper crust of Bundelkhand craton, Central India: Records from geochemistry of clastic sediments of 1.9 Ga Gwalior Group},
  author={Nurul Absar and Mohsan Raza and Minati Roy and S. Mohd. Raza Naqvi and Ashim Kumar Roy},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract The 1.9 Ga Gwalior Group represents one of the major Paleoproterozoic depositional basin of Bundelkhand craton and is comprised of ∼1 km thick unmetamorphosed and undeformed sedimentary succession, with basal clastic sequence of sandstone-shale association (Par Formation) and an upper chemogenic BIF rich sequence (Morar Formation). The geochemical examinations of the basal clastic rocks are the subject of present study. The compositional maturity and extreme quartz enrichment in… CONTINUE READING

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