|Statement||by B. K. Das.|
|LC Classifications||QE295 .D3 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 142 p.|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||sa 66008134|
Chaukhutia area. Chaukhutia area was chosen for a marked sharp change in the orientation of North Almora Fault, viz. to NNW-SSE from its WNW-ESE regional orientation. Detailed structural map for the area is shown in Fig. 4 (location on regional scale shown in Fig. 2, box A). Interestingly, the disposition of lithologies and tectonic Cited by: 2. Nor did the writer find any suggestion of its con- tinuation northwestwards across the great overthrust Almora crystallines to join up with the Chaukhutia fault, as surmised by Rupke. A number of NNESW trending left-lateral tear faults had been recognized in the Naini- tal area by Middlemiss (a), such as Sleepy Hollow Fault, Giwalakhet Cited by: the metasediments of Manila area, Almora District, Uttar. Pradesh. KB., A study of the North Almora. Thrust Zone in the Chaukhutia — Dwarhat — Someshwar area, groundwater. Geology of the Himalayan Belt: Deformation, Metamorphism, Stratigraphy presents sophisticated metamorphic and igneous rock data across various Himalayan geographic sectors, capturing their petrography, metamorphism, structure, mineralization, and regional tectonic research.. With an east-west extension of about kilometers and numerous meter peaks, the Himalayas are the .
The catchment (Fig. 1) spreads over an area of aro km 2 and covers parts of two states, i.e., Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh in India. Gajbhiye et al.  used simple average method for prioritizing erosion-prone area of 14 SWs of the Manot River catchment, Madhya Pradesh, India, based on morphometric (linear, areal, and shape. Structure and metamorphism of the Ranikhet area of Almora District, Uttar Pradesh. Indian Mineralogist 6, 55– Petrochemistry of the Almora Crystallines, Kumaun Himalaya. Nepal: Physical divisions—a comparison between several sets of 23 terminology from different sources Himalaya sensu stricto: area and population of different subregions (, 35 , ) and percentage growth (–51; –81) Changes in vegetation cover of Dehra Dun district – 49 Dehra Dun district
Six years of geological investigations comprising studies of sedimentology, geomorphology, photo-interpretation and field checks carried out by a team of 6–8 geologists have led to a reappraisal of Lesser Himalayan geology. Askot Wildlife Sanctuary: Pithoragarh, the picturesque hill district of Uttar Pradesh, houses amidst its greens, the Askot sanctuary, which adds more dazzle to its already splendid beauty. Lying in the lap of Kumaon Himalayas at a height of ft., snow-capped mountain peaks and fine temples are an integral part of Pithoragarh. aro people participated in various demonstrations held in Chaukhutia (Almora) till the end of the month. The movement spread rapidly to Maasi, Bhikyasain, Syaalde, Dwarahaat, Gagaas, Someshwar, Tarikhet, Kaphara, Garuda and Baijnaathfinally crossing the borders of Almora district. Centres of sura-alcohol were raided at. Valdiya, K. S. (b). A study of the Champawat Granodiorite and associated metamorphics of the Lohaghat subdivision, district Almora, U.P., with special reference to petrography and petrogenesis. Indian Mineralogist, 3, 6– Google Scholar.