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Palaeomagnetic results from some panchet clay beds, Karanpura coalfield. Northeastern India

By C.T. Klootwijk


Reversely magnetized Panchet clay samples of Early Triassic or possibly Late Permian age, from\ud the North Karanpura coalfield (Damodar Valley, NE. India) revealed, after thermal cleaning, the mean\ud direction: D = llO.S”, I = +69” (k = 49, tugs = 6” , N = 13). The corresponding pole position is: 59.5”W\ud 7.5”s (dp = 9”, dm = IO”).\ud A probable remagnetization of some Indian Gondwana red beds, during Late Cretaceous to Early\ud Tertiary times, by the Deccan Trap flood basalts is indicated

Topics: Aardwetenschappen
Year: 1974
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