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Abhijit Basu

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Editorial                                          

G M Bhat

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.198

Tectonic Setting and Provenance of Eocene Sandstones of Disang Group, Tirap District, Arunachal Pradesh

Bijit Kumar Gogoi, R K Sarmah

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.18

Geochemistry, Depositional and Tectonic setting of the Barail Group of the Indo-Myanmar Ranges

Salam Ranjeeta Devi

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.103

Petro-mineralogical and geochemical characteristics of Shahaba Limestone from Gogi-Kanchankayi sector, Bhima Basin, Karnataka with reference to Uranium mineralisation

Debasish Roy, Dheeraj Pande, Sikta Patnaik, S K Varughese, A K Pradhan, B Saravanan, A K Bhatt

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.139

Facies Evaluation and Depositional Environments of Carbonates of the Bagh Group, Dhar District, Madhya Pradesh, India

Sreejita Chatterjee, Dhiren Kumar Ruidas

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.154

Provenance and depositional characteristics of Lathi Formation in southern part of Jaisalmer Basin: Implications for exploration of sandstone type uranium mineralization

Shijo Mathew, Pritam Karmakar, Rajeev Bidwai, S K Sharma, Navin Goyal, D K Sinha

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.155

Legal Frame Work for Exploitation of Beach Sand Mineral Resources: Historical Perspective and Action by Government of India for conservation

Rohit Jaiswal

 

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.149

Architecture and Source of Alluvial Fan deposits of the Gish and Lish Rivers, Sikkim-Darjeeling Himalaya, India

Ananda Badekar, Uttaran Goswami, Sweta Samant

Ananda Badekar, Uttaran Goswami, Sweta Samant

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.136

Sediment Budget and Sediment Trap efficiency of Baglihar Hydroelectric project Reservoir – a calibrated model for prediction of longevity of the Dam

Romesh Kumar, AHSAN UL HAQ, G M Bhat, Yudhbir Singh, Javid Ahmed Dar

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.173

Provenance Characterization and Palaeoenvironmental Analysis of the Meta-Sedimentary Rocks of Sonaghati Formation, Betul District, Madhya Pradesh Using Geochemical Approach

Shradha Shukla

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.181

Provenance of the Sawa Formation Sandstones, Vindhyan Super Group, Southeast Rajasthan, India

JYOTI MATHUR

 

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.55

On the occurrence of ichnogenera Planolites and Psilonichnus from the Jogira Formation (Lower to Middle Eocene), Bikaner Basin, Western India: Implications on depositional environment

Shyam Narayan Mude, Ravindrasing Pardeshi, Manoj Memane

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.186

Facies Architecture and Sedimentary Structures in the drill cores of Uranium Bearing Sediments of Banganapalle Formation of Palnad Sub-basin, Guntur District, Andhra Pradesh

SHEKHAR GUPTA, R V Singh, Rahul Banerjee, M B Verma

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.128

Investigation on Suitability of Argillaceous Rocks of Vindhyan Super Group as Host Rock for Deep Geological Repository using Thermal Analysis

T.K. Pal, R.K. Bajpai, A. Acharya, R. S. Bhatia, D. Datta

https://doi.org/10.51710/jias.v38i1.158

   
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