Palaeomagnetic constraints on Greater India's underthrusting of the Tibetan Plateau

@article{Bingham1980PalaeomagneticCO,
  title={Palaeomagnetic constraints on Greater India's underthrusting of the Tibetan Plateau},
  author={Douglas K. Bingham and Chris T. Klootwijk},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1980},
  volume={284},
  pages={336-338}
}
A minimum estimate of the magnitude of Greater India's underthrusting along the Main Central Thrust beneath its former leading edge and beneath the Tibetan Plateau to the north is reported here. A comparison of newly obtained late Palaeozoic and Mesozoic palaeomagnetic results from the Tibetan Sedimentary Series (Thakkhola Graben, north central Nepal) with results from the Indian subcontinent indicates an excess anticlockwise rotational movement of Greater India with respect to its former… 
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