Indian Dykes: Geochemistry, Geophysics and Geochronology

ISBN-10: 8173198772
ISBN-13: 9788173198779
Edition: 2008
Description: Dykes signify crustal extension and are important indicators of crustal stabilisation events, supercontinental assembly and dispersal, crust-mantle interaction and play a significant role in the delineation of crustal provinces as well as in  More...
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Copyright Year: 2008
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool
Binding: Cloth Text 
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.794
Language: English

Dykes signify crustal extension and are important indicators of crustal stabilisation events, supercontinental assembly and dispersal, crust-mantle interaction and play a significant role in the delineation of crustal provinces as well as in deciphering crustal evolution events. The Indian Peninsular Shield is an amalgamation of cratons, mobile belts, several Proterozoic Purana sedimentary basins, Phanerozoic rift valleys, the Deccan volcanic province and Himalayan mountain belt. A variety of dyke rocks of different ages (Precambrian to Tertiary) are well exposed in all these distinct geological domains. Whilst the earlier studies on Indian dykes were largely of descriptive nature, the subsequent ones have been mostly sporadic and as such very few compilations exist. The principal purpose of this volume on Indian Dykes is to provide state-of-the-art information on the geochemistry, geophysics and geochronology (G3) of the dyke rocks of India in space and time.

Indian Dykes Through Space and Time: Retrospect and Prospectp. 1
The Importance of Integrating Paleomagnetic Studies of Proterozoic Dykes with U-Pb Geochronology and Geochemistryp. 19
India's Place in the Proterozoic World: Constraints from the Large Igneous Province (LIP) Recordp. 41
Dyke Swarms and Dykes within the Deccan Volcanic Province, Indiap. 57
Geochemistry of the Felsic Intrusives Associated with Deccan Basalts in Southern Saurashtra and Mumbai, India: Implications for Their Tectonic Emplacement Conditionsp. 73
Petrography, Composition and Petrogenesis of Basalts from Chakhla-Delakhari Intrusive Complex, Eastern Deccan Volcanic Province, Indiap. 83
Petrology of the Deccan Trap Dykes of Central and South Eastern Saurashtra and Their Comparison to Those Along Part of the West Coast and South of Tapti Valleyp. 109
Compositional Variation of Micas from the Lamprophyre Dykes of Bakhatgarh - Phulmal Area, Jhabua District, M. P., Indiap. 133
Secular Variations in the Thermal State of the Western Indian Shield: Inferences from Xenoliths in the Continental Margin Dyke Swarmp. 143
A Palaeomagnetic Perspective on the Flows and Intrusives of Kachchh Rift Basin and Its Implication on Reunion Plume-Indian Plate Interactionp. 159
Deccan Dykes as Discrete and Prospective Aquifers in Parts of Narmada-Tapi Zone, Dhule District, Maharashtrap. 181
Petrogenesis of E-W Trending Dykes from Kalyadi, Dharwar Craton, Southwestern Indiap. 199
Mafic Dyke Swarms of Volcanic Arc, Ocean Floor and N-MOR Basalt Affinity with Destructive Plate Margin Emplacement Features in the Northern Segment of Western Dharwar Cratonp. 215
Petrology and Geochemistry of Paleoproterozoic High-Magnesian Norite and Dolerite Dyke Swarms from the Halagur-Satnur Areas, Eastern Dharwar Craton, Southern Indiap. 239
Mafic Dykes Around Ramagiri Schist Belt, East Dharwar Craton, South India: Possible Palaeo Stress Regimesp. 261
Geological Setting and Petrographic Diversity of the Lamproite Dykes at the Northern and North Eastern Margin of the Cuddapah Basin, Southern Indiap. 281
Geochemical Investigation of the Alkaline Mafic Dykes in the Environs of the Prakasam Alkaline Province, Eastern Ghats Belt, Indiap. 291
Petrophysical Properties of Indian Kimberlites, Lamproites and Lamprophyresp. 309
Gravity and Magnetic Anomalies Over a System of Multiple Dykesp. 319
Subsurface Imaging of Dolerite Dykes in Hyderabad Granite Terrain Using Multichannel Analysis of Surface Wavesp. 331
A Cautionary Note on the Age of the Paleomagnetic Pole Obtained from the Harohalli Dyke Swarms, Dharwar Craton, Southern Indiap. 339
An Updated Calibration of Garnet-Clinopyroxene Fe-Mg Exchange Geothermometer: Application to Mantle Xenoliths in Kimberlite and Related Rocksp. 353
Precambrian Mafic Dyke Swarms from the Southern Bastar Central India Craton: Present and Future Perspectivesp. 367
Proterozoic Mafic-Ultramafic Dyke Swarms in the Vicinity of Chhattisgarh-Khariar-Singhora Basins in Northern Bastar Craton, Central Indiap. 377
Geochemistry of the Precambrian Mafic Dyke Swarms of the Central and Northeastern Parts of Bastar Craton, Central India: Constraints on Their Enrichment Processesp. 397
Petrology and Geochemistry of Proterozoic 'Newer Dolerite' and Associated Ultramafic Dykes within Singhbhum Granite Pluton, Eastern Indiap. 413
Contrasting Petrological Variants in Newer Dolerite Dyke Swarm Around Bisoi, Eastern Indian Shield: Insights from Petrography and Mineral Chemistryp. 447
Petrology, Tectonic Setting and Source of Dykes and Related Magmatic Bodies in the Chotanagpur Gniessic Complex, Eastern Indiap. 471
Repeated Emplacement of Syntectonic Pegmatites in Precambrian Granite Gneisses: Indication of Pulsating Brittle-Ductile Rheological Transitionsp. 495
Palaeomagnetic and Rock Magnetic Studies on the Intrusives from Raniganj Basin, Damodar Valley: Linkage to the Rajmahal Volcanicsp. 511
Geochemistry of the Mafic Dykes of the Aravalli-Bundelkhand Protocontinent: Implications for Sub-Continental Lithosphere Evolution of North Indian Shieldp. 527
Mafic Dykes of Bundelkhand Craton, Central India: Field, Petrological and Geochemical Characteristicsp. 547
Petrology and Reaction Texture of the Meta-Norites from Shivpura, Bhilwara District, Rajasthanp. 571
Geology, Geochemistry and Palaeomagnetic Study of Cretaceous Mafic Dykes of Shillong Plateau and Their Evolutionary Historyp. 589
Mineralogy and Geochemistry of Malic Dyke at Nainital, Kumaun Lesser Himalayap. 609
Indexp. 625
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