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Pan-African event, India and Antarctica =
|Other titles||Pan-African event, India & Antarctica, Paina-Aphrīkana ghaṭanākrama, Bhārata evaṃ Anṭārkṭikā|
|Statement||[compiled by N.C. Pant ; editorial group, Anil Joshi ... et al.].|
|Series||Special publication / Geological Survey of India -- no. 91 = -- Viśesha prakāśana / Bhāratīya Bhūvaijñānika Sarvekshaṇa -- saṃ. 91|
|Contributions||Pant, N. C., Joshi, Anil., Geological Survey of India., IGCP-470 (Project)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||2009311595|
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Dots correspond to centrally located points in India and Antarctica, and the keyed ages are from Li et al. (). (B) Reconstruction of – Ga Eastern Ghats Province (EGP)–Rayner Complex assembly across the facing coast lines of India and Antarctica (after Veevers and Saeed, ). (C) Geological map of the Ranmal migmatite complex in Cited by: 2. Scientific Achievements. Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology. A 3-station triangulation experiment and simultaneous magnetic recording (digital and/or analog) were carried out with a view to understanding the dynamics of the auroral current systems.; Atmospheric electrical parameters near the Kamat Hut at Maitri were measured to study the global electric circuit.
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Pan-African Event India and Antarctica Compiled by N.C. Pant, Geological Survey of India,pbk, Special Publication No. 91, xii, p, b/w figs, 75 col. figs, tables, $ (Includes free airmail shipping).
PanAfrican thermal events influenced large parts of Africa, India, East Antarctica and eastern Brazil, except for the Archaean cratons (e.g., McWilliams, ).
In Africa, the main tectonic belt of Pan-African age is the Mozambique Belt which probably resulted from the closure of a major Late Proterozoic ocean during the Pan-African orogeny (Burke and Dewey, ; McWilliams, Elsevier Science Cited by: In India and Antarctica during the Precambrian, Mem.
34 (edited by Yoshida M. and Santosh M.), pp. Geological Society of India, Bangalore. Kriegsman L. () The Pan-African event in East Antarctica: a view from Sri Lanka and the Mozambique belt. Precambrian Res.
75, Cited by: There is an increased importance of, and attention paid to, the polar regions, especially Antarctica, on account of the presence of c. 90% of the total freshwater of our planet in the East Antarctic Ice Sheet and a projected sea-level rise of c. 60 m if all of this addition, the region acts as a major heat sink because it modulates the ocean circulation and the atmospheric temperature.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 26 cm: Contents: An introduction to the crustal evolution of India and Antarctica: the supercontinent connection / N.C.
Pant & S. Dasgupta d geological history of the polyphase plutonometamorphic complex in the Thala Hills area (Enderby. The Pan-African orogeny was a series of major Neoproterozoic orogenic events which related to the formation of the supercontinents Gondwana and Pannotia about million years ago.
This orogeny is also known as the Pan-Gondwanan or Saldanian Orogeny. The Pan-African orogeny and the Grenville orogeny are the largest known systems of orogenies on Earth. The sum of the continental crust. Get this from a library.
Crustal evolution of India and Antarctica: the supercontinent connection. [N C Pant; S Dasgupta; Geological Society of London,;] -- The Proterozoic aeon involved at least three major continental readjustments. India and Antarctica appear in most models of supercontinent reconstructions, but their relative position has been the.
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That tectonic evolution was the one that eventually formed the Arabian platform. Following the emergence of the ocean, a variety of island arcs. Role of Pan-African events in the Circum-East Antarctic Orogen of East Gondwana: a critical overview MASARU YOSHIDA 1,2, JOACHIM JACOBS 3, M.
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can be synthesized into a common Doctrine and transformed into written “Holy Book(s). Pannotia (from Greek: pan- "all", -nótos, "south"; meaning "all southern land"), also known as the Vendian supercontinent, Greater Gondwana, and the Pan-African supercontinent, was a relatively short-lived Neoproterozoic supercontinent that formed at the end of the Precambrian during the Pan-African orogeny (– Ma) and broke apart Ma with the opening of the Iapetus g: book.
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ASCIENTIFIC expedition from India has landed on the coast of East Antarctica. Its stated purpose was to perform oceanographic, seismic. Jacobs, J, Fanning, CM, Henjes-Kunst, F, Olesch, M and Paech, HJ () Continuation of the Mozambique Belt into East Antarctica: Grenville age metamorphism and Polyphase Pan-African high grade events in Central Dronning Maud Land.
Journal of Geology– The First Pan-African Conference was held in London from 23 to 25 July (just prior to the Paris Exhibition of "in order to allow tourists of African descent to attend both events").
Organized primarily by the Trinidadian barrister Henry Sylvester Williams, it took place in Westminster Town Hall (now Caxton Hall) and was attended by 37 delegates and about 10 other participants and.
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Sign up to our newsletter for 15% off our events & courses Please enter your name.The book we used mentioned there was a previous supercontinent named Rodinia. those pieces came back together with a big crunch known as the Pan-African orogeny (mountain building event).
This formed a new supercontinent, with the name of India, Antarctica, Australia) and Laurasia (North America, Europe and Asia), along with a few.