Author: Abhishek Tiwari

Karewa formation 0

Karewa formation

The Karewa formation is located in Kashmir Himalayas. As you know the Himalayas are divided into four main divisions which are separated from one another by the gorges of rivers which pass through them. The Punjab...

Impact of Geology in Everyday Lives 0

Impact of Geology in Everyday Lives

Geology is all around us and has an immense impact on your everyday life. The following points will open your eyes and help you understand its role. All the raw material comes from mother...

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Endoheric basins

Endoheric basins are enclosed basins which doesn’t let the water out. Now think of it as an opposite of a watershed area. In a watershed area the water from high hills come down and...

himalayan orgoen strat and structure1 - Geological Facts about the Mighty Himalayas 0

Geological Facts about the Mighty Himalayas

The mighty Himalayas are the astonishing mountain ranges in Asia. The points below are the facts provide some out of the ordinary facts related to geology about Himalayas. The Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region extends...

Deepest volcanic eruption – Recorded! 0

Deepest volcanic eruption – Recorded!

See the recent “underwater Fourth of July” scientists believe is the deepest volcanic eruption ever seen–with three-foot-wide lava bubbles and flows creeping over the seafloor. Researchers witnessed a spectacular, fiery underwater volcano explosion, and...

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Turbidite Facies

A turbidite facies tract (FT) was defined by Mutti (1977, 1992) as : ” The lateral association of genetic facies that can be observed within an individual bed or a package of strictly time-equivalent...

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Mystifying Shelf Life

Imagine a place where there are 131 frog-eating bats, 34,140 Cretaceous Molluscs, 40 terabytes of data of stars, planets and galaxies, and to top that 86,881 samples of tissues and DNA. Where we have...