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Siwalik Mammalian Faunas of the Himalayan Foothills: With Reference to Biochronology, Linkages and Migration

Authors (s): Avinash C. Nanda (Author)
Format: Hardcover
Pages: viii+341p., Illustrations Black and White and Colour; Maps Black and White; 30cm.
Series: WIHG monograph series , 2
Pub. date: 31.12.2015, 1st. ed.
Publisher: Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology
Language (s): English
Bagchee ID: BB112204
List price: US $ 190,00
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Overview for Siwalik Mammalian Faunas of the Himalayan Foothills: With Reference to Biochronology, Linkages and Migration

Chapter 1: Introduction

Foreland Basin, Lower Tertiary successions, Siwalik Group

Chapter 2: Historical review of the vertebrate faunal discoveries

Chapter 3: Classification of the Siwalik Group

 Classification proposed By Pilgrim

 Classification for the Murree and Siwalik successions in Pakistan

 Biostratigraphic Interval-Zones based on Magnetostratigraphy

 Classification based on Energy Sequence

Chapter 4: Mammalian faunas of the Siwalik Group

Chapter 5: Prevailing confusions and suggested Standard Reference Sections

 Problems in Siwalik Biostratigraphy

 Need to recognise the Standard Reference Sections in India

 Siwalik succession and suggested Standard Reference Sections for India

Chapter 6: Fossil bearing horizons of the Siwalik Group and its coevals: Recent Advances

 Siwalik Group of Northwest India (Areas: Ramnagar, Nurpur, Haritalyangar,

Chandigarh, Jammu)

 Siwaliks of Piram Island (Gujarat)

 Pakistan Siwaliks (Areas: Daud Khel, Mangla-Samwal, Pabbi Hills, Bhattani and

Marwat Ranges, Manchar Lake, Sulaiman Ranges, Bugti Hills)

 Nepal Siwaliks (Areas: Surai Khola, Rato Khola, Gidhniya, Kathmandu Valley)

 Mammalian fossil horizons of Northern Myanmar

Chapter 7: Siwalik faunas and younger faunas: Implication for indigenous evolution and


 Pinjor Fauna in relation to the post-Siwalik faunas of Peninsular India, Indo-Gangetic

Plain, Kurnool Caves, and Recent faunas

 Setting of Recent Faunal elements in the Siwalik Group

Chapter 8: Siwalik Palaeoenvironment, Palaeoecology and Palaeoclimate

Chapter 9: Uplift-denudation of Himalaya: Evidence from Cenozoic mammalian faunas

 Pre Siwalik faunas,

 Siwalik faunas

 Uplift of Himalaya

 Onset of Monsoon

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