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On studies of the Agglomeratic Slate and Panjal Trap in the Jhelum
Chandranath granite Goa by A R Gokul and M D Srinivasan
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acid alteration appear assemblage associated bands basalts base basin beds Bihar biotite Block Boulder characterised clays coal Coalfield conglomerate correlation deposits district earlier east eastern epidote event evidence facies felspar flows folds formation fossil galena Geol Geological Glossopteris flora gneiss gneissic complex grade grained granite greenish greenstone belts grey Group Hills horizon Ibid India indicated iron Kashmir Kurnool lake later laterite lignites limestone Lower Lower Gondwana major mapping metamorphism minerals nature occur overlying Panjal trap Plate Plateau Pleistocene possible present quartz quartzite range Raniganj recent Records region relation represented resulting river rocks sand Sandstone schist schistose sediments seen sequence sericite shale shows Siwalik slates stage stratigraphic structural succession suggest Supergroup Survey of India Sylhet Table tectonic thickness trap units Upper valley veins volcanic Western zeolite zone