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Geology of burma
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The India Plate departed from the Gondwanaland and headed northwards at a rate of 10 cm/yr during the Cretaceous Period. The rifted Burma-microplate from Gondwanaland also docked against Shan-Thai block and together formed part of the Sunda plate approximately in the period. Regional geology - Lithology - Tectonic settings - Geological evolution of. CHHIBBER (, b), HC2d of the Department of Geology and Geogra phy at Rangoon University. In a series of publications (, , ), REED contributed important knowledge on the Paleozoic and Mesozoic fossils of Burma. The Geology of Burma (Myanmar): An Annotated Bibliography of. Burma's Geology, Geography and Earth Science. By R. Lee Hadden. Topographic.
In terms of regional geology, Burma is in a key position for studying the phenomena of converging plates: W of and parallel to the Indo-Burman-Andaman—Nicobar Fold Belt runs the S Tethys suture, which separates the oceanic crust of the E Indian Ocean from the continental crust of SE Asia. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item clases-pasivas.com: Chhibber H. clases-pasivas.comioned. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item clases-pasivas.com: Chhibber. clases-pasivas.comioned.
Dr. Fritz Nœtling in reviewed the work done on the geology of Burma before that date, pointing out the remarkably-accurate hypothetical arrangement of. The Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Pyidaungsu Thammada Myanmar NaingNganDaw), formerly Burma, occupies the northwestern part of the Southeast. Tectonic Setting of Myanmar. 3. III. Regional Geological features of Myanmar. 5. IV. Structural Geology of Myanmar. V. Mineral Belts of Myanmar. VI.