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Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan foothills, northern Pakistan
Kevin R. Pogue
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These new data have important implications for the stratigraphy of northern Pakistan. All rocks stratigraphically below the Shekhai Formation, including the widely exposed Manki Formation, are at least Ma in age. A Proterozoic age is also confirmed for the thick Khyber Limestone which crops out extensively in the Khyber region. The Sub-Himalayan rocks are distributed into the northern and the southern belts, separated by the Chaura-Marin Thrust. The northern belt is characterised by a number of thrusts and faults resulting in the cropping out of the Bagmati Group sediments and the repetition of the formations of the Siwalik Group.
Geologic Formation of the Himalaya Rasoul Sorkhabi. The Himalaya, located on the southern fringe of the Tibetan Plateau, form a mountain arc (convex toward the south) about km long and km wide; they are bounded by two structural bends on the northwest (Nanga Parbat, the Indus gorge) and northeast (Namcha Barwa, the Tsangpo gorge). Stratigraphic and Structural Framework of Himalayan Foothills, Northern Pakistan Pogue, K. R.; Hylland, M. D.; Yeats, R. S. A Long-Lived Metamorphic History in the Contact Aureole of the Mooselookmeguntic Pluton Revealed by In Situ Dating of Monazite Grains Preserved as Inclusions in Staurolite Porphyroblasts.
CHAPTER 3 – GEOLOGY AND STRATIGRAPHY HIMALAYAN GEOLOGY Salt Range-Hazara region in central, western and northern Pakistan, STRUCTURAL AND TECTONIC FRAMEWORK OF THE STUDY AREA The Himalayas represent one of the few places of the earth where continental. Powell, C.M. () A Speculative Tectonic History of Pakistan and Surroundings: Some Constraints from the Indian Ocean. Geodynamics of Pakistan, 13, Yeats, R.S. and Lawrence, R.D. () Tectonics of Himalayan Thrust Belt in Northern Pakistan.
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Book Chapter Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan foothills, northern Pakistan Author(s) Kevin R. Pogue Kevin R. Pogue 1. Department of Geology, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington Search for other works by this author on: GSW.
Google Scholar. Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan foothills, northern Pakistan Public Deposited. Analytics × Add Cited by: He continued his graduate studies at Oregon State University where he concentrated on the stratigraphy, structural geology, and tectonics of the Himalayan thrust belt of northern Pakistan.
Pogue's Pakistan-based research continued at Whitman College until the repercussions of the events of 9/11/01 forced him to seek a more hospitable field.
Tectonics and Stratigraphy of northern Pakistan. This page contains information concerning my research on the stratigraphy, structure, and tectonics of northern Pakistan. Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan foothills, northern Pakistan. By The oldest sedimentary and metasedimentary rocks exposed\ud in the Himalayan foothills of Pakistan record a gradual transition\ud seaward from the evaporites of the Salt Range Formation to pelitic\ud sediments deposited in deeper water to the north.
Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan foothills, northern Pakistan Formation and its metamorphosed equivalents form the basal Proterozoic sedimentary sequence in the Himalayan.
Pakistan. Sub-Himalaya The Himalayan foothills form the Sub-Himalayan zone, which is bounded to the north by the Main Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan foothills Thrust (MBT) and to the south by MFTor Himalayan. Pogue KR, Hylland MD, Yeats RS, Khattak WU, Hussain A () Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan foothills, northern Pakistan.
In: Macfarlane A, Sorkhabi RB, Quade J (eds) Himalaya and Tibet: mountain roots to mountain tops. Geological Society. Title: Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan. Foothills, Northern Pakistan. Abstract approved: Dr. Robert S. Yeats.
The oldest sedimentary and metasedimentary rocks exposed in the Himalayan foothills of Pakistan record a gradual transition seaward from the evaporites of the Salt Range Formation to pelitic.
stratigraphy and structural geology of the Himalayan foothills in northern Pakistan. Several detailed geologic maps and tables of regional stratigraphic correlation accompany this synthesis.
By comparing the geology between northern Pakistan in the west and the central Himalaya of India and Nepal in the east, Pogue et al. Yeats R.S., Hussain A., Timing of structural events in the Himalayan foothills of northwestern Pakistan. Geological Society of America Bulletin,99(2),  ↑.
Ahmad Hussain Senior Consultant Peshawar, Pakistan Tel.: [email protected] Mr. Ahmad Hussain completed his (with Honors) degree in from Peshawar University and his (in Petroleum and Structural Geology) in from the University of the Punjab.
He joined the Geological Survey of Pakistan in as Assistant Director and retired as Deputy Director General in. Pogue KR, Hylland MD, Yeats RS, Khattak W, Hussain A () Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan foothills, northern Pakistan.
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Author(s) Kevin R. Pogue; Kevin R. Pogue 1. Department of Geology, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington Search for other works by this author on. Marco G. Malusà, Paul G. Fitzgerald, The geologic interpretation of the detrital thermochronology record within a stratigraphic framework, with examples from the European Alps, Taiwan and the Himalayas, Earth-Science Reviews, /rev, (), ().
Stratigraphy The Siwalik strata in the eastern portion of the Potwar Plateau and in the vicinity of the Jhelum River structural reentrant of northern Pakistan, for the most part have been attributed to the Upper Siwalik subgroup (Wynne, ; Pilgrim, and ; De Terra and Teilhard de Chardin, ; various unpublished oil company reports.
POGUE, K.R., HYLLAND, M.D&.YEATS, R.S.: Stratigraphic and Structural Framework of Hima layan Foothills (Northern Pakistan) 73 RAD, U.V., Isotopic analyses of Himalayan leucogranites from other regions have shown that they are the. Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan foothills, northern Pakistan Geological Society of America Special Paperp.
– January 1, Other authorsTitle: Deputy Director/Program Manager. Pre-collisional Himalaya is a term describing the arrangement of the Himalayan rock units before the mountain-building process resulted from the collision between the continents of Asia and collision began in the Cenozoic and it is a type locality of a continental-continental collision.
The reconstruction of the initial configuration of the rock units and the relationship between. This book collects the broad range of data that’s been gathered on the Himalayas over the past 50 years, providing a comprehensive analysis and interpretation on the available data that brings the scientific community a better understanding of the geological diversity and structure of the Himalayan belt, along with new techniques that have.
Kevin R. Pogue has written: 'Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan foothills, northern Pakistan' -- subject(s): Geology, Geology, Stratigraphic, Geology, Structural, Rifts (Geology.Structural and stratigraphic evaluation of Kashmir Basin at Himalayan core Belt Syed Muzyan Shahzad, Hanif Ullah, Umair Fakhar, Mirza Shahid Baig, Muhammad Ishfaque, Mohsin khan, Hammad Tariq Janjuhah, Fahad Farooq, Tariq Haider, Abid Ali, Nazakat Ali University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Muzaffarabad Pakistan.We analyze this problem from the perspective of western Himalayan geology by systematically tracing established central Himalayan tectonostratigraphy into Pakistan.
Our approach is stratigraphic but we take into account the regional distribution of five key intrusive ages of .