Late quaternary geomorphic evolution of Yamuna-Sutlej interfluve: Significance of terminal fan

@article{Srtvastava2006LateQG,
  title={Late quaternary geomorphic evolution of Yamuna-Sutlej interfluve: Significance of terminal fan},
  author={G. S. Srtvastava and Indra Bahadur Singh and Anjani Kumar Kulshrestha},
  journal={Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={123-130}
}
Haryana-Punjab plain (Yamuna-Sutlej interfluve) is part of the Indo-Gangetic foreland basin and makes the eastern part of the Indus River system. It is characterized by southwestern regional slope and is made up of sediments derived from the Himalayan front. The southern part of the Haryana-Punjab plain has a narrow northeast sloping surface, made up of sediments derived from the Rajasthan craton, making the peripheral bulge of the basin. The area of interaction of these two opposing slopes is… CONTINUE READING