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Rajasthan (Northwest India) is perhaps one of the very few regions in the world -- exhibiting, as it does, well-preserved records of an unbroken geological history of over 3,500 million years: from Middle Archaean to the present day. Marshalling the whole extent of available data, this volume vividly delineates the geological evolution of Rajasthan''s crust -- within the framework of modern concepts. The book embodies 300 illustrations, including line-drawings, photographs, and geological maps of key regions.
A B Roy, currently Senior Scientist, Indian National Science Academy, retired as Professor of Geology from Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, Rajasthan -- where the co-author, Dr Surja Ram Jakhar is Assistant Professor.
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Geology of Rajasthan (Northwest India) precambrian to recent