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A collection of special studies contributed by coal and liginite palynologists and biopetrologists based at Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, Lucknow. Which analyse the application potentials of palynology and organic petrology in correlation, dating, reserve estimation, and rank and other qualities of Coal and Ignite : in the context of the dwindling Coal reserves in India.
Dr Vijay in a core Chapter examines ''the Palynostratigraphy of Permian sequence in India'' : which is a treasure-house of Indian Coals. In two more exclusive chapters, B D Singh and B K Misra analyse classification of coal microconstituents, and application of biopetrology and exploration of Coal and Lignite. Furthermore, R S Tiwari exposes Futuristic Trends of Palynology and Biopetrology in India.
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