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Petrology of Deccan traps and Bagh beds of Dugdha-Naswadi, Gujarat

L. G. Gwalani

Petrology of Deccan traps and Bagh beds of Dugdha-Naswadi, Gujarat

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Published by Somaiya in Bombay .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Mālwa Plateau.
    • Subjects:
    • Rocks, Igneous.,
    • Petrology -- India -- Mālwa Plateau.,
    • Deccan traps.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementL.G. Gwalani.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE461 .G895 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 107 p. :
      Number of Pages107
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2827694M
      LC Control Number83903312


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This additional service allows tracking the writing process of big orders as the paper will be sent to you for approval in partsdrafts before the final deadline10(). Not surprisingly, the youngest of these, the Deccan plateau (derived from a Sanskrit word meaning south or southern) is by far the best-preserved and most extensive, presently occupying some half a million square kilometers of western and central India and southernmost Pakistan (Fig.

In the Narmada valley the traps are underlain by the Bagh beds of upper cretaceous age, possibly in part equivalent to the lametas.

In Surat-Broach there is said to be a distinct erosional unconformity between the top of the traps and the Nummulitic strata for the basal-eocene contains materials derived from the denu­dation of the traps. Recent investigations on the Deccan Traps reveal many new findings of alkaline rocks more commonly occurring as minor intrusions than as lava flows.

In comparison to the vast extent of the Deccan Traps, the alkaline rocks are negligible in their volume and are confined to tectonic belts in parts of Western India. The rocks exhibit no systematic variation in their petrographical and chemical.

The Deccan traps formation is the result of tectonic disturbance connected with the formation of Gondwanaland land. The lavas of Deccan traps has less viscous and spread to form flat or terrace or plateau. Hence the name Deccan traps. Deccan basalt appears massive, compact, vesicular.

The ows are called traps because of the step-like or terraced appearance of their outcrops, the term being of Scandina-vian origin. "-M. Krishnan (Geology of India and Burma" ) Today, the Deccan Traps volcanic province (Fig-ure 1) has emerged as one of the most interest-ing subjects of research for two principal reasons|.

Review of deccan trap in Malwa region. The Malwa constituting the Deccan Trap volcanic province (Upper Cretaceous Eocene). The Malwa region occupies a plateau in Western M. P and South-Eastern Rajasthan (between N and E) with Gujarat in the West.

The region include the M. P district of Agar, Dewas, Dhar, Indore, Jhabua. The longest lava flows on Earth are found in the Deccan Traps; they are estimated to flow Km across India and out into the Gulf of Bengal. The longest lava flows on Earth. Deccan volcanism produced the longest lava mega-flows on Earth, spanning over km from the main Deccan province across India to Rajahmundry and out into the Gulf of.

GWALANI, L. () Petrology of Deccan Traps and Bagh Beds of Dugdha-Naswadi, Gujarat. Somaiya Publ.Bombay, p. Geology of the lower Narmada valley between Nirmawar and Kawant Petrology. The studies on Deccan Traps and Bagh Beds of Padvani and entire region around Ambadongar and the Bakhatgarh- Dugdha-Naswadi, area.

Viladkar () has described Phoolmahal-Phenai Mata in the north forms a part of Malwa fenitization in the rocks at Ambadongar carbonatite alkalic plateau and is largely covered by the Deccan Traps found in complex5(K).

MITRA, S. () Nature and genesis of colour centres in yellow and colourless fluorite from Ambadongar, Gujarat, India: N. Min. Abh.v. 3 pp Petrology of Deccan Traps and Bagh Beds.

RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS Randive, K. Occurrence of xenoliths in the lamprophyre and picrobasalt dykes of Bakhatgarh-Phulmal area, Jhabua district.