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Geology of the Farmville Metagranite and Associated Units as Exposed at the Notasulga Quarry, Notasulga, Alabama
Predicting the locations and thicknesses of aggregate-affable lithologies (ore units), interburden (non-ore material between ore-units), and overburden (overlying soil/saprolite) on a local level is critical for developing ...
Permian to Cretaceous Evolution of the Piedmont Along the Alabama - Georgia Coastal Plain Unconformity
The Piedmont of Alabama and Georgia contains the southernmost exposure of crystalline rocks related to the culmination of accreted terranes associated with the formation of the Appalachian Mountain system. This area is ...
Petrofacies and Paleotectonic Evolution of Gondwanan and Post-Gondwanan Sequences of Nepal
The Gondwanan sequences are widely distributed in several intracratonic basins of peninsular India and also as discontinuous patches along the Himalayan orogenic belt. The Tansen Group (2400 m) in western Nepal is thicker ...
Sedimentation and Tectonics of Lower Cenozoic Sequences from Southeast of Shillong Plateau, India: Provenance History of the Assam-Bengal System, Eastern Himalayas
The present study area is located along the southeastern part of the Shillong Plateau in the eastern and southeastern part of the Meghalaya State and in the lower (southern) part of Assam State, northeast India. A continuous ...
Overpressure in the Eastern Bengal Basin, Bangladesh, and Its Relation to Compressional Tectonics
Proximity to the Indian craton, the Himalayas, and the Indo–Burman ranges and rapid orogenic sedimentation have resulted in the generation of overpressure in the Bengal basin. In eastern Bengal basin, overpressure zones ...