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1.—Annual report anticline Assam auriferous Baluchistan bands basalts beds Bengal Blanford Breynia Breynia carinata carbonaceous carbonaceous shale Central Provinces Chindwin clay coal coal-field crater crest Cretaceous Deccan Trap deposits Dharwar district Ditto east Echinoidea Eocene eruption Fauna feet felspar floras formation fossil Gadag Garhwal genus Geol Geological Survey Geology gibbsite Godavari gold Gondwana granite ground-mass Hills Himalayas India Island Jabalpur Kabulayatkatti Kashmir Khirthar Kumaun Laki laterite lavas limestone Lower Himalaya Madras Malani Manganese manganese-ore microscopic miles Mineral mines Miocene Nagpur Narbada Nari neighbourhood notice Nummulites occurrence oligocene outcrops Pavagad Petroleum phenocrysts plates pliocene portion probably Punjab quartz quartzite Rajputana Ranikot rhyolites ridge river rocks Royal 8vo Salt-range sandstones schists seam shale Siwalik species specimens specting license strata stream structure Surv Survey of India Tertiary thickness tons Upper Burma valley volcanic Western
Page 296 - Reports from 1868 to 1904 sold in parts, price one rupee each. Manuals, Guides and Maps. A complete list of the contents of these publications can be obtained by application to the Registrar, Geological Survey of India, 27, Chowringhi Road, Calcutta. Indexes to the Genera and Species described in the Palaeontologia Indica up to 1891 ; to the Memoirs Vols.
Page 287 - A geological reconnaissance from the Indus at Kushalgarh to the Kurram at Thai on the Afghan frontier. Further notes on the geology of the Upper Punjab.
Page 292 - Preliminary Report on the economic resources of the Amber and Jade mines area in Upper Burma.
Page 198 - Geological notes made on a visit to the coal recently discovered in the country of the Luni Pathans, south-east corner of Afghanistan. Note on the progress of geological investigation in the Godavari district, Madras Presidency. Notes upon the subsidiary materials for artificial fuel.
Page 50 - It n-itet on the labour and methods of working (with 2 maps and- 8 plates of sections). On the Occurrence of Chipped (?) Flints in the Upper Miocene of Burma (with a plate).
Page 198 - Part 4. — On some pleistocene deposits of the Northern Punjab, and the evidence they afford of an extreme climate during a portion of that period. Useful minerals of the Arvali region.
Page 198 - Geological notes on the Hills in the neighbourhood of the Sind and Punjab Frontier between Quetta and Dera Ghazi Khan.
Page 147 - Beluchistan and Persia from Karachi to the head of the Persian Gulf, and on some of the Gulf Islands.