The Marwar Supergroup, earlier referred to as the Trans-Aravalli Vindhyan occupies large area in the western Rajasthan ().The exposures lie in the west of Aravalli mountain range which separates the rocks of the Vindhyan Supergroup of the Chambal Valley Section (Kumar, 2012) from the rocks of the Marwar Supergroup.The Marwar Supergroup …

The Marwar Supergroup (previously known as the Trans-Aravalli Vindhyans) in western Rajasthan, attains a thickness of about 1000 m (Pareek, 1984).The supergroup's further division in stratigraphic order is: Jodhpur, Bilara and Nagaur groups (Fig. 1, Table 1).Pareek (1981, 1984) has subdivided the Jodhpur Group into the Pokaran boulder bed, the …

The Marwar Supergroup refers to a 1000–2000 m thick marine and coastal sequence that covers a vast area of Rajasthan in NW–India. The Marwar Basin uncomformably overlies the ∼750–770 Ma rocks of the Malani Igneous Suite and is therefore considered Late Neoproterozoic to Early Cambrian in age.

The Marwar Supergroup ( Fig. 1) consists of several unevenly distributed outcrops in western to northwestern parts of Rajasthan state (NW India) and is also known from drill core in sand-covered regions, further north ( Kumar, 1999 ).

Paleomagnetic analysis of the Marwar Supergroup, Rajasthan, India and proposed interbasinal correlations. By Joseph Meert. Trace fossils from the Nagaur Sandstone, Marwar Supergroup, Dulmera area, Bikaner district, Rajasthan, India. By S. K. Pandey.

The Marwar Supergroup unconformably overlies the MIS, covering an area of over 100,000 km 2 (Kumar, 1999) ().The Aravalli Mountain range, the Delhi-Lahore subsurface ridge and the Devikot-Nachna subsurface high form the boundaries of the basin in east, north and southwest, respectively (Pareek, 1984, Pareek, 1981).Most of the north and northeastern parts …

In the northwest of the Aravalli Mountain Range, the Marwar Supergroup occupies large area in Rajasthan which was earlier referred to as the Trans-Aravalli Vindhyans, ().It is represented by a thick pile of sediments made up of sandstones, shales, carbonates, and evaporites occupying an area of about 51,000 sq. km (Paliwal, 2007).The rocks are …

Marwar Supergroup, Rajasthan, western India (20. th-28. th. J an uar y 2014) M u kund Sha rma. S. K. P ande y. S. K uma r. Organ ized by e Societ y …

Marwar Supergroup, Rajasthan, western India (20. th-28. th. January 2014) Mukund Sharma. S. K. Pandey S. Kumar. Organized by. The Society of Earth Scientists C-207, Indira Nagar, Lucknow-226016, INDIA. Co-sponsored by. Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, 53 University Road, Lucknow-226007, INDIA & Department of Geology,

The Marwar. Supergroup is a large s edimentary basin located in th e Rajasthan sector of West Peninsular. India ( Pa liwal, 2007). The Marwar Supergroup covers ~ 51,000 km 2 …

Marwar Supergroup, Rajasthan, India 20-28 January 2014, Rajasthan, India Isopodichnus, Treptichnuspedum, Bergaue-ria, among many othersthat suggest the Nagaur Sandstone to be no older than the lower Cambrian (Stage 2 of Terreneuvian). This is consistent with the youngest zircon (ca. 536 Ma) extracted from the Nagaur

The Marwar Supergroup refers to a 1000–2000 m thick marine and coastal sequence that covers a vast area of Rajasthan in NW–India.The Marwar Basin uncomformably overlies the ∼750–770 Ma rocks of the Malani Igneous Suite and is therefore considered Late Neoproterozoic to Early Cambrian in age.Upper Vindhyan basinal sediments (Bhander and …

The Marwar Supergroup is located in the Rajasthan sector of West Peninsular India and covers 251,000 km in the Jodh-pur–Nagaur–Khatu region of Rajasthan (Fig. 2; Pareek, 1984). The Marwar Supergroup is composed of a two-kilometer thick section of un-metamorphosed and relatively un-deformed succes-

The Organizing Committee of the International Field Workshop on the Marwar Supergroup, Rajasthan, western Indiais glad to welcome participants to Rajasthan-the geologically important and the culturally vibrant state of India. Geological past of this area encompasses successions from Precambrian to Recent time periods.

Paleomagnetic analysis of the Marwar Supergroup, Rajasthan, India and proposed interbasinal correlations. By Joseph Meert. Trace fossils from the Nagaur Sandstone, Marwar Supergroup, Dulmera area, Bikaner district, Rajasthan, India. By S. K. Pandey.

The Marwar Supergroup refers to the 1000-2000m thick marine and coastal sequences that cover a vast area of the Rajasthan shelf in NW-India. The …

Simplified stratigraphy of the Marwar Supergroup based on information given in Pareek (1984). Age constraints are from McKenzie et al. (2011), Meert et al. (2013) and the present study.

The Marwar Supergroup, earlier referred to as the Trans-Aravalli Vindhyan occupies large area in the western Rajasthan ( Fig. 1 ). The exposures lie in the west of Aravalli mountain range which separates the rocks of the Vindhyan Supergroup of the Chambal Valley Section ( Kumar, 2012) from the rocks of the Marwar Supergroup.

Marwar Supergroup, Rajasthan, India 20-28 January 2014, Rajasthan, India Isopodichnus, Treptichnuspedum, Bergaue-ria, among many othersthat suggest the Nagaur Sandstone to be no older than the lower Cambrian (Stage 2 of Terreneuvian). This is consistent with the youngest zircon (ca. 536 Ma) extracted from the Nagaur

The Marwar Supergroup (previously known as the Trans-Aravalli Vindhyans) in western Rajasthan, attains a thickness of about 1000 m ( Pareek, 1984 ). The supergroup's further division in stratigraphic order is: Jodhpur, Bilara and Nagaur groups ( Fig. 1, Table 1 ).

2. Geological overview and sampling. The Marwar Supergroup consists of several unevenly distributed outcrops in western to northwestern parts of Rajasthan state (NW India) and is also known from drill core in sand-covered regions, further north (Kumar, 1999).The Marwar Supergroup is divisible into Jodhpur, Bilara, and Nagaur groups (oldest to the …

The Marwar Supergroup refers to a 1000–2000m thick marine and coastal sequence that covers a vast area of Rajasthan in NW–India. The Marwar Basin unco…

Deposited in a shallow intracratonic sag basin, the Marwar Supergroup consists of largely unmetamorphosed and undeformed fluvial and marginal marine siliciclastics, marine carbonates and minor volcaniclastics ( Paliwal, 1998, Pareek, 1981, Roy and Jakhar, 2002 ).

position of the Marwar Supergroup of Rajasthan, western India took place during this Era. Sedimentation in the basin possibly started sub- sequent to the break-up of Rodinia ( …

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