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Isotopic constraints on the structural relationships between the Lesser Himalayan Series and the High Himalayan Crystalline Series, Garhwal Himalaya

Isotopic constraints on the structural relationships between the Lesser Himalayan Series and the High Himalayan Crystalline Series, Garhwal Himalaya,1

Isotopic constraints on the structural relationships between the Lesser Himalayan Series and the High Himalayan Crystalline Series, Garhwal Himalaya   (Citations: 84)
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Journal: Geological Society of America Bulletin - GEOL SOC AMER BULL , vol. 112, no. 3, pp. 467-477, 2000
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    • ...This work also highlighted that the Main Central Thrust (MCT) could not be a fundamental crustal boundary that separated the Indian craton and an allocthonous accreted terrane [Myrow et al., 2003] (Figure 1). This supports the work of Ahmad et al. [2000] who state that the MCT represents the boundary between the low grade and older (early mid Proterozoic) Lesser Himalayan Sequence and the higher grade and younger (late Proterozoic) Greater ...

    L. T. Whiteet al. Where does India end and Eurasia begin?

    • ...The AB river basins are a major part of Garhwal Himalaya (Fig. 1) and their detailed geological description can be viewed in Valdiya (1980) and in Ahmad et al. (2000)...

    Sri Krishan Yadavet al. Geochemistry, dissolved elemental flux rates, and dissolution kinetics...

    • ...Recent advances in understanding the stratigraphy and structure of Lesser Himalayan deposits in Nepal (Upreti 1996; DeCelles et al. 2001; Dhital et al. 2002; Pearson and DeCelles 2005), in documenting the chemical differences between Greater and Lesser Himalayan strata (Ahmad et al. 2000; DeCelles et al. 2000, 2004; Robinson et al. 2001; Gehrels et al. 2003; Martin et al. 2005), and in estimating the spatial distribution of strain in rocks ...

    Aaron J. Martinet al. Metamorphism of Greater and Lesser Himalayan rocks exposed in the Modi...

    • ...[8] The Lesser Himalaya in India has been subdivided into the Inner Lesser Himalaya (ILH) and Outer Lesser Himalaya (OLH) on the basis of their differing eNd signatures [Ahmad et al., 2000; Richards et al., 2005]...

    Yani Najmanet al. Reconstructing the exhumation history of the Lesser Himalaya, NW India...

    • ...8). Dissolution and analytical methods follow Ahmad et al. [32] except that the whole sample was...
    • ...Fig. 8 illustrates the Sr^Nd isotopic composition of four samples spanning the Dharamsala and basal Siwalik Groups compared to the ¢elds of Himalayan source units [32], the Bengal fan and along strike foreland basin deposits [23,33]...

    Nikki M. Whiteet al. Constraints on the exhumation and erosion of the High Himalayan Slab, ...

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