The stratigraphic evolution of the Indus Fan and the history of sedimentation in the Arabian Sea

@article{Clift2002TheSE,
  title={The stratigraphic evolution of the Indus Fan and the history of sedimentation in the Arabian Sea},
  author={P. Clift and C. Gaedicke and R. Edwards and Jae Il Lee and Peter Hildebrand and S. Amjad and Robert S White and H. Schl{\"u}ter},
  journal={Marine Geophysical Researches},
  year={2002},
  volume={23},
  pages={223-245}
}
The Indus Fan records the erosion of the western Himalayas and Karakoram since India began to collide with Asia during the Eocene, ∼50 Ma. Multi-channel seismic reflection data from the northern Arabian Sea correlated to industrial well Indus Marine A-1 on the Pakistan Shelf show that sedimentation patterns are variable through time, reflecting preferential sedimentation in deep water during periods of lower sea-level (e.g., middle Miocene, Pleistocene), the diversion of sediment toward the… Expand
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