2 edition of Structure and neotectonics of the northwestern Nanga Parbat-Haramosh massif found in the catalog.
Structure and neotectonics of the northwestern Nanga Parbat-Haramosh massif
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|Statement||by Ian P. Madin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||160|
Precambrian rocks exposed north of Besham in the Nanga Parbat area are divided between the Iskere Gneiss, Shengus Gneiss, and Haramosh Schist (Madin, ). Radiometric dating implies that these units are equivalents of the Besham Complex, Mansehra-type granites, and the Karora Formation (Zeitler and others, ). tectonic elements of pakistan 1. tectonic elements of pakistan it includes: kohistan-ladakh magmatic arc indus plate form and foredeep east balochistan fold-and-thrust belt northwest himalayan fold-and- thrust belt karakoram block kakar khorasan flysch basin and makran accretionary zone cragai magmatic arc pakistan offshore.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 26 cm: Contents: Tectonics of the Nanga Parbat syntaxis and the western Himalaya: an introduction / P.J. Treloar, M.P. Searle and M.A. Khan / [and others] --The gravity field of the Karakoram Mountain Range and surrounding areas / A. Caporali --Mafic sheets from. arising from the Nanga Parbat Continental Dynamics Project Tectonic and geochronologic observations in Central and Southern Nanga Parbat-Haramosh Massif M.A. Edwards a,1, D.A. Schneider c, W.S.F. Kidd a, M. Asif Khan b, and P.K. Zeitler c a Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, University at Albany, Albany, NY , USA. b.
The structure and tectonic setting of the Attock-Cherat and Kalachitta Ranges in Nizampur area, NWFP, Pakistan. Kashmir Jour. Geol. vol. , pp Hamidullah, S. & Onstot, J., 40Ar/39Ar evidence for Late Cretaceous formation of the Kohistan island arc, N.W. Pakistan. Publications - Books & Book Chapters. Books; Wright, J.E, Shervais, J.W, P-T-t paths of garnets from the Nanga Parbat-Haramosh massif, the Kohistan and the Ladakh island arc terranes, northern Pakistan. Geol. Bull. Univ. Petrology and structure of the Alpine lherzolite massif at Balmuccia, Italy. Ph.D. dissertation, University of.
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Structure and neotectonics of the northwestern Nanga Parbat-Haramosh massif Public Deposited. Analytics The concentration of the uplift and involvement of the Moho suggests that the Raikot fault follows a major crustal structure, possibly a pre-collision Indian plate boundary.
If this is the case, rotational underthrusting of greater India Cited by: Structure and neotectonics of the northwestern Nanga Parbat-Haramosh massif.
Abstract. concentration of\ud the uplift and involvement of the Moho suggests that the Raikot fault\ud follows a major crustal structure, possibly a pre-collision Indian\ud plate boundary. If this is the case, rotational underthrusting of\ud greater India.
The Nanga Parbat–Haramosh (NPHM) massif is a unique structural and topographic high in the northwestern corner of the Himalayan convergence zone. Previously, the NPHM was thought to be bounded by the Main Mantle Thrust (MMT), a fault along which the Kohistan-Ladakh island arc was obducted onto the northern margin of India.
The northwestern Nanga Parbat-Haramosh Massif; evidence for crustal uplift at the northwestern corner of the Indian Craton Malinconico L.L., Lillie R.J.
(Eds.), Tectonics of the Western Himalaya, Geol. Soc. Spec. Pap. (), pp. Cited by: Madin, I.P., Lawrence, R.D. & Ur-Rehman, S. The northwest Nanga Parbat-Haramosh massif: evidence for crustal uplift at the northwestern corner of the Indian craton.
Geological Society of America Special Paper,Owen, L.A. Neotectonics and glacial deformation in the Karakoram Mountains and Nanga Parbat Himalaya.
Billwiseite ideally Sb-5(3+)(Nb,Ta)(3)WO18, is an oxide mineral from a granitic pegmatite on the eastern margin of the Nanga Parbat - Haramosh massif at Stak Nala, 70 km east of Gilgit, Pakistan.
Detailed mapping and geochronologic investigations from the eastern, southern, and western Nanga Parbat Haramosh massif reveal two thrust-displacement shear zones that have a spatial and temporal link with granite plutonism from ca. 10 to 1 Ma. The shear zones define a crustal-scale antiformal pop-up structure, with dominant west-northwest vergent and subordinate east-southeast vergent thrusting.
TECTONOPHYSICS I Illi II I ELSEVIER Tectonophysics () Rejuvenation of Rb-Sr mica ages during shearing on the northwestern margin of the Nanga Parbat-Haramosh massif a* Mark T. George ', Jessica M.
Bartlett b a Departmem of Earth Sciences, University of Wales, Cardiff, Wales CF1 3, UK b Department of Earth Sciences, Open University, Walton Hall, Milton. Structure and neotectonics of the northwestern Nanga Parbat - Haramosh massif.
Unpublished M.S. Thesis, (). Summary and critique of the thermodynamic properties of rock-forming minerals. Tectonic evolution of the India/Eurasia collision zone. The northwestern Nanga Parbat–Haramosh Massif; Evidence for crustal uplift at the northwestern corner of the Indian Craton Tectonics of the western Himalayas Trans-Himadri intracrustal fault and basement upwarps south of Indus-Tsangpo Suture Zone.
The northwestern Nanga Parbat — Haramosh massif: evidence for crustal uplift at the northwestern corner of the Indian craton. Geological Society of America, Special Paper. During the last 10 m.y., the Nanga Parbat Haramosh Massif in the northwestern Himalaya has been intruded by granitic magmas, has undergone high‐grade.
ern Nanga Parbat–Haramosh massif reveal two thrust-displacement shear zones that have a spatial and temporal link with granite plutonism from ca. 10 to 1 Ma. The shear zones define a crustal-scale antiformal pop-up structure, with dominant west-northwest–vergent and subor-dinate east-southeast–vergent thrusting.
Quartz-rich feldspathic gneisses from the Nanga Parbat-Haramosh massif, India, show surprisingly high levels of anisotropy of up to % and 21% for P-and S-wave velocities, respectively. In the Himalaya of northwestern Pakistan, small discordant bodies of leucogranite intrude metamorphosed basement of the Indian crust.
As the first step in. GEOLOGY AND STRUCTURE OF THE NORTHWESTERN NANGA PARBAT-HARAMOSH MASSIF; CRUSTAL UPLIFT ALONG A TERMINAL TEAR FAULT ON THE MCT' 4 Introduction 4 Lithostratigraphy 10 Structure 18 Petrofabrics and Metamorphism 35 Conclusions 40 NEOTECTONICS OF THE NORTHWESTERN NANGA PARBATL-HARAMOSH MASSIF 48 Introduction 48 Quaternary.
The region around the mountain of Nanga Parbat has some of the highest peaks, deepest valleys and highest uplift, exhumation and erosion rates known on Earth. Surrounding regions include the Hindu Kush and Karakoram mountains (Asian plate), the Kohistan island arc and the Ladakh and Zanskar ranges of the western Himalaya (Indian plate).
This article summarizes an exploratory study carried out to investigate the significance of various geomorphic features on the formation of observed knickpoints along the upper Indus River in northern Pakistan.
These features include bedrock lithology, active faults, sediment flux from tributary channels, and landslide dams which have blocked the main channel. An Upwardly-Mobile Indentor.
The Nanga Parbat Haramosh Massif viewed as a Crustal-Scale Pop-up Structure. EOS, Trans. Amer.77, FKhan. Structural geology of the southern parts of the Nanga Parbat Massif, Higher Himalayas, N. Pakistan. 30th International Geological Congress, Beijing, China August, The Stak massif is located on the northern edge of the Indian continental plate between the Ladakh arc at its hanging wall and the Nanga Parbat Haramosh gneisses at its footwall (Fig.
1c, Lanari et al., ). Kouketsu et al. / Lithos – () –. Electronic book: Additional Physical Format: --The evolution of the Main Mantle Thrust in the Western Syntaxis, Northern Pakistan / T.W. Argles --Geological structure of the southern part of the Nanga Parbat massif Tectonics of the SW margin of the Nanga Parbat -- Haramosh massif \/ M.A.
Edwards, W.S.F. Kidd and M.A. Khan \/ [and others.The Himalayan chain has long been recognized as a spectacular example of the result of continent—continent collision, in this case, the result of the closure of Tethys and the subsequent collision and indentation of the Indian plate into the collage of plates or terranes that made up Central Asia some 50 Ma ago.
Although the effects of that collision are recognized over a much larger region.Miarolitic granitic pegmatites in the Stak valley in the northeast part of the Nanga Parbat - Haramosh Massif, in northern Pakistan, locally contain economic quantities of bi- and tricolored tourmaline.
The pegmatites form flat-lying sills that range from less than 1 m to more than 3 m thick and show symmetrical internal zonation. A narrow outer or border zone of medium-to coarse-grained.