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aerolite amount appears August bands basin beds BORE Burma Calcutta cent Central clay closely Coal collection considerable contains continued Cretaceous deposits depth developed district east effect evidence examined fall feet field figures fossil genus Geol Geological Survey gneiss granite hills included increase iron July kaolin known latter Lease less lignite limestone living locality lower March mass material Maung Messrs miles Mineral Mineral oil Mining Nature Nummulitic observed occur October P. L. renewal PLATE plateau portion present probably production Prospecting Provinces Quantity Records regarded region remains represented ridges river rocks Sample sandstone seen shale shell shows species specimens stations surface Surv Survey of India TABLE Tertiary thickness tons upper valley Value
Page 247 - Oldham in the second edition of the Manual of the Geology of India) and
Page 248 - in the Machipur Pargana, where volcanic phenomena are observed in a shallow hollow formed between banks of clay and sand. In certain years vapours issue here from fissures
Page 7 - was granted leave on average pay for one month with effect from the
Page 97 - no evidence as to the age of the beds in which they occur,
Page 275 - lamellibranchs, but the state of preservation was so poor that it was uncertain whether they belonged to Pecten or to Lima.
Page 278 - that the craggy profiles and steep conical hillocks of the former are due in large measure to a pre-Jurassic denudation, which, after having been concealed during the Cretaceous and Tertiary periods by covering deposits of Jurassic Red Sandstone, is again becoming partially revealed in recent times by the continued denudation of this
Page 31 - series. The basal purple conglomeratic sandstone, for a distance of about ten feet from the granite, has been altered by contact metamorphism to a hard, pale grey or almost colourless rock, and in parts some of the conglomeratic sandstone has been absorbed by the granite.
Page 48 - Notes on the occurrence of Graphite and other Economic Minerals near Mavinhalli, Mysore District.