Indian Geological Sequences

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  • Author : Jai Krishna
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 350 pages
  • ISBN : 9780128212707
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Indian Geological Sequences

Indian Geological Sequences
  • Author : Jai Krishna
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 15 March 2021
GET THIS BOOK Indian Geological Sequences

Indian Geological Sequences: Salient Features and Major Events uses sequence stratigraphic concepts to innovatively differentiate the entire ~4500 ma Indian geological record into four giga, twelve mega, 25 1st order, over 65 2nd order, and over one hundred 3rd order isochronous tectono-stratigraphic sequences spread across India and its neighbors. The focus is on the youngest giga-sequence of Terminal Neoproterozoic-Cenozoic span and sequence surface timelines ~635 ma onward (two for each sequence: one SB and one MFS) for chronicling the high-resolution geodynamic evolution of India

The Indian Mesozoic Chronicle

The Indian Mesozoic Chronicle
  • Author : Jai Krishna
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 11 March 2017
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The book reviews and summarizes the Indian Mesozoic geological evolution in an innovative alternative perspective of sequence stratigraphy. It mainly focuses on the Jurassic interval, but also concisely discusses the preceding Triassic and Cretaceous geological records. The key to the study is primarily held in the recently developed ammonoid based high resolution scales in the Triassic and Jurassic period. The Indian Jurassic record is thus elevated to a high resolution pedestal. The large intra-Jurassic stratigraphic gap in Kachchh, with increase

Geological Evolution of the Precambrian Indian Shield

Geological Evolution of the Precambrian Indian Shield
  • Author : M.E.A. Mondal
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 26 May 2018
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This book presents findings from research into the Precambrian history of the Indian shield obtained using state-of-the-art technology. It demonstrates a paradigm shift towards studying the Precambrian shield regions using petrological, geochemical, structural, metallogenic, sedimentological and paleobiological data from the rocks in the Precambrian shield area, and presents a collection of contributions on these diverse topics that help to reconstruct the Precambrian evolution of the Indian Shield.

A Synthesis of Depositional Sequence of the Proterozoic Vindhyan Supergroup in Son Valley

A Synthesis of Depositional Sequence of the Proterozoic Vindhyan Supergroup in Son Valley
  • Author : Subir Sarkar,Santanu Banerjee
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 31 August 2019
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This book offers extensive information on the course of sedimentation in the Proterozoic Vindhyan Basin and the potential record of ancient life stored within the rocks. It covers topics ranging from facies analysis to sequence-building, from carbonates to siliciclastics, and mixed lithology and life records from microbial to potentially eukaryotes, along with the basin evolutionary history. Further, the book includes 75 color photographs and accompanying hand-sketches to help readers grasp key aspects of Vindhyan Geology. Vindhyan rocks are well known for

Precambrian Basins of India

Precambrian Basins of India
  • Author : R. Mazumder,P.G. Eriksson
  • Publisher : Geological Society of London
  • Release : 02 April 2015
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This Memoir provides a comprehensive review of the Precambrian basins of the four Archaean nuclei of India (Dharwar, Bastar, Singhbhum and Aravalli-Bundelkhand), encompassing descriptions of the time-space distribution of sedimentary-volcanic successions, the interrelationship between tectonics and sedimentation, and basin histories. Studies of 22 basins within the framework of an international basin classification scheme deepen an understanding of the basin architecture especially for cratonic basins. Most Indian sedimentary successions formed as cratonic to extensional-margin rift and thermal-sag basins, some reflecting mantle plume

The Indian Paleogene

The Indian Paleogene
  • Author : Sunil Bajpai,Satish C. Tripathi,Vandana Prasad
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 24 April 2018
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This unique book provides a concise account of Indian Paleogene and presents a unified view of the Paleogene sequences of India. The Paleogene, comprising the early part of the Cenozoic Era, was the most dynamic period in the Earth’s history with profound changes in the biosphere and geosphere. The period spans ~42 million years, beginning from post- K/T mass extinction event at ~65 Ma and ending at ~23 Ma, when the first Antarctic ice sheet appeared in the Southern Hemisphere. The

The Making of India

The Making of India
  • Author : K.S. Valdiya
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 26 November 2015
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This book presents in a concise format a simplified and coherent geological-dynamical history of the Indian subcontinent (including Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Southern Tibet and Pakistan). Encompassing a broad array of information related to structure and tectonics, stratigraphy and palaeontology, sedimentation and palaeogeography, petrology and geochemistry, geomorphology and geophysics, it explores the geodynamic developments that took place from the beginning around 3.4 billion years ago to the last about 5,000 years before present. Presented in a distilled form, the observations and deductions

Neotectonism in the Indian Subcontinent

Neotectonism in the Indian Subcontinent
  • Author : K.S. Valdiya,Jaishri Sanwal
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 24 November 2017
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An erudite work on tectonic resurgence in Late Quaternary time of the Indian subcontinent embracing India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh, Neotectonism in the Indian Subcontinent dwells on the causes and consequences of tectonic events that fashioned the landscape of a land characterized by a fragmented framework. The narratives on the structural and geomorphic developments during the morphogenic phase of the geodynamic history of the Indian subcontinent explain many phenomena. These include the tremendous height and spectacular structural-geomorphic architecture of

The Geology of Stratigraphic Sequences

The Geology of Stratigraphic Sequences
  • Author : Andrew D. Miall
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 29 June 2013
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Sequence stratigraphy represents a new paradigm in geology. The principal hypothesis is that stratigraphie successions may be subdivided into discrete sequences bounded by widespread unconformities. There are two parts to this hypothesis. First, it suggests that the driving forces which generate sequences and their bounding unconformities also generate predietable three-dimensional stratigraphies. In re cent years stratigraphie research guided by sequence models has brought about fundamental im provements in our understanding of stratigraphie processes and the controls of basin architecture. Sequence