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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Tectonic evolution of the Tien Shan Pamir and Karakorum
A review of palaeomagnetic data from the IndoPakistan fragment
PalaeozoicMesozoic biostratigraphy of Pakistan in relation
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active Afghanistan appears Asia associated basin beds belt blocks boundary Central Chaman Chitral chromite complex consists continental continuous Cretaceous crust deformation deposits Desio developed Early Earth earthquake east eastern Eocene et al evidence extends fault faunas Figure fold followed Formation Geol Geological Gondwanaland granite Group Himalaya India indicate Indus interpretation Iran Karakorum Late limestones locally located lower magnetic major Makran margin melange metamorphic Middle mineralization mountain movement northern Nummulites observed occur oceanic ophiolites Pakistan palaeomagnetic Pamir Permian plate Pleistocene polarity pole position present probably Quetta recent region relative ridge rocks Salt Range schists sediments seismicity sequence shales shown similar southern structure subduction suggest surface Survey suture tectonic thick thrust Tien Shan tion Traps trending ultramafic unit Upper valley volcanic western zone