Tectonic setting and gondwana basin architecture in the Indian shield /

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Imprint:Netherlands : Elsevier, 2018.
Description:1 online resource : illustrations
Series:Developments in Structural Geology and Tectonics ; 4
Developments in structural geology and tectonics ; 4.
Subject:Geology, Structural -- India.
Shields (Geology) -- India.
Architecture -- Gondwana (Continent)
SCIENCE -- Earth Sciences -- Geography.
SCIENCE -- Earth Sciences -- Geology.
Geology, Structural.
Shields (Geology)
Gondwana (Continent)
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12315576
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Other authors / contributors:Acharyya, Subhrangsu, editor.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 6, 2018).
Other form:Print version : 9780128152188
Table of Contents:
  • Front Cover; Tectonic Setting and Gondwana Basin Architecture in the Indian Shield; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; About the Series; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Regional Tectonism and Gondwana Stratigraphy; Introduction; 2.1. Gondwana Time Slots I-VII; 2.2. Time Slot I: Gzhelian 302Ma; 2.3. Top of Time Slot II Topmost Kungurian (Cissuralian-Guadalupian Boundary); 2.4. Gondwana Stratigraphy and the Kamthi Problem; 2.5. Time Slot III Kungurian to P-T Boundary; 2.6. Time Slot IV P-T Boundary to Early Mid-Norian; 2.7. Time Slot V Late Norian to Pliensbachian
  • 2.8. Time Slot VI Spans From Pliensbachian to Oxfordian2.9. Time Slot VII Aptian to Albian; Chapter 3: Development of Gondwana Basins in Indian Shield; Introduction; 3.1. Gondwana Basins in India Follow Precambrian Sutures, Lineaments, Shear Zones; 3.2. Gondwana Basin Belt in Peninsular India Also Follows the Bouguer Gravity Anomaly Trend; 3.3. Gondwana Basin Belts Follow Higher Heat Flow and Are Locally Seismically Active; 3.4. Extensional Riftogenic Nature of Gondwana Basins, Basin Fill, Sediment Thickness, Relationship to Boundary and Intra ... ; 3.5. Kinematics
  • 3.6. Satpura Basin Model Studies: Basement Weakness and Kinematic Factors3.7. Extrapolation of Pull-Apart Model of the Satpura Basin; 3.8. Field Support for Steep, Dipping Boundary Fault, and Extensional Rift Nature of Gondwana Basins; 3.9. Tectonic Model of Gondwana Rift Basin Belt Development Under NNE-SSW Directed Regional Extension Acting Over the Ind ... ; Chapter 4: Gondwana Equivalent Sediments From Outlying Areas; Introduction; Chapter 5: Nature of Boundary and Other Faults in Raniganj Gondwana Rift Basin; Introduction; 5.1. Tectonic Framework; 5.2. Intrusives vs. Tectonic Framework
  • 5.3. Structural Geometry of BasinBoundary Fault Zones; Fault-Related Geological Features in the Southwestern Part of the Raniganj Basin; Fault-Related Geological Features in the Southern Part of the Raniganj Basin; Fault-Related Geological Features in the Eastern Part of the Raniganj Basin; Raniganj Basin to the West; Basin Marginal Transverse/Oblique Faults; A Fault-Related Geological Features in the Southern Part of the Raniganj Basin Around Jemua; Fault-Related Geological Features in the Northern Margin of the Raniganj Basin Around the Dishermohan Area; Intrabasinal Faults
  • Fault-Related Geological Features in the Southwestern Part Around PoradihFault-Related Geological Features in the Northern Part in Dishermohan Area; 5.4. Basin Evolution; 5.5. Conclusions; Chapter 6: Jharia Basin Structure and Tectonics; Introduction; 6.1. Structure; 6.2. Depositional and Tectonic History of the Jharia Basin; Chapter 7: Structure and Tectonics of Bokaro and Adjoning Subsidiary Basins; Introduction; 7.1. Intrusive Rocks; 7.2. Disposition of Strata: Strike and Dip; 7.3. Bokaro Basin; 7.4. Lineaments and Faults; 7.5. Classification of Faults; 7.6. Boundary Faults