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Title: 西パキスタン・ティリチ・ミール周辺の地形と地質
Other Titles: Topography and geology of the Tirich Mir and adjacent regions, the Hindu Kush range, West Pakistan
Authors: 松本, 征夫
Authors (alternative): Matsumoto, Yukio
Issue Date: 25-Dec-1971
Citation: 長崎大学教養部紀要. 自然科学. 1971, 12, p.59-105
Abstract: The jointed area between the Eastern Hindu Kush and the Western Karakoram is called "Syntaxial area". The described area is situated at the Eastern Hindu Kush range, and situated at the western part of this Syntaxial area. As a result of writer's study a summary of conclusion is lead as follows. 1. At present time, between the Upper Tirich glacier and the Lower Tirich glacier is separated by each moraine, namely, end moraine of the Upper Tirich glacier and side moraine of the Lower Tirich glacier is not continuous. Therefore, borth of the Upper and Lower glaciers are independent glacier. The Istor-O-Nal glacier is divided into two parts by a large fence, the Upper and Lower, which is called the Istor-O-Nal Upper glacier and Istor-O-nal Lower glacier. 2. The results of writer's measure the mountain, surrounding the Tirich Mir glacier by the Transit Compass, are shown in Table 1. which are included 30 points of new altitude. 3. The following stratigraphic division (in the descending order) is recognized in this area Geologic age Stratigraphic division Geological relation Recent Alluvial bed and Glacial deposit unconformity Pleistocene Terrace deposit and Glacial deposit unconformity Tartiary Tirich Mir granite intrusion Cretaceous Resun group clino-unconformity Green series fault Permian and Carboniferous Chitral group Atak subgroup unknown Zani subgroup unknown ? Momi gneiss 4. A tentative plan of the geological correlation in the Eastern Hindu Kush and the Western Karakoram are shown in Table 3.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/16476
ISSN: 02871319
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
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