Quaternary fluvial and eolian deposits on the Belan river, India: paleoclimatic setting of Paleolithic to Neolithic archeological sites over the past 85,000 years

@article{Gibling2008QuaternaryFA,
  title={Quaternary fluvial and eolian deposits on the Belan river, India: paleoclimatic setting of Paleolithic to Neolithic archeological sites over the past 85,000 years},
  author={Martin R. Gibling and Rajiv Sinha and N. G. Roy and Sampat Kumar Tandon and Mayank Jain},
  journal={Quaternary Science Reviews},
  year={2008},
  volume={27},
  pages={391-410}
}

Craton-derived alluvium as a major sediment source in the Himalayan Foreland Basin of India

Within the Himalayan Foreland Basin, the axial Yamuna River with Himalayan headwaters lies along the northern margin of the Indian Craton, giving the impression that cratonic rivers have contributed

Reconstructing prehistoric environments in the Son and Belan valleys, north-central India: Retrospect and Prospect

  • M. Williams
  • Environmental Science, Geography
    Journal of Palaeosciences
  • 2021
Pioneering archaeological surveys in the Son and Belan valleys of north–central India in the 1970s revealed that these valleys had been occupied at least intermittently during the Lower Palaeolithic,

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