Geodynamics of Pakistan
Geological Survey of Pakistan, 1979 - Geodynamics - 361 pages
"Geodynamics is dominated by plate tectonic models. Plate tectonics promises to provide explanation of global geodynamics including the origin of earthquakes, volcanoes and mountain building... This volume provide a comprehensive view of the geodynamic framework in which the evolution took place..." Preface.
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an introduction Abul Farah Kees A DeJong
Tectonic evolution of the Tien Shan Pamir and Karakorum K N Kravchenko
A review of palaeomagnetic data from the IndoPakistan fragment
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active Afghanistan anomalies Asia Baluchistan basin Bela Bibai blocks Cenozoic Central Chaman fault Chitral chromite Cretaceous crust crustal Deccan Trap deformation deposits Desio dunite earthquake east eastern emplaced Eocene Eurasia Farah fault zone faunas Figure fold Formation gabbro Gansser GEODYNAMICS Geol Geological Survey Geophys gneisses Gondwanaland granite Greater India Hazara Himalaya Hindu Hunting Survey India Indo-Pakistan Indus Suture Iran Jour Jurassic Karakorum Late lavas limestones located lower magnetic Makran massif melange Mesozoic metamorphic mineralization Molnar mountain belt Muslim Bagh northern northward occur oceanic ophiolite belt ophiolites orogenic palaeomagnetic palaeomagnetic data Palaeozoic Pamir Permian plate polarity pole Quetta region rocks Salt Range sandstones schists sedimentary sediments seismicity sequence serpentinite shales Siwalik southern stratigraphic structure subcontinent subduction Survey of Pakistan Syntaxis tectonic Tertiary thick thrust Tien Shan trending Triassic ultramafic Upper volcanic West Pakistan western Zhob Valley