Wadia Institute of Himalayn Geology Current Affairs, GK & News

Suture Zone in the Himalayas has become Tectonically Active

The study conducted by scientists from Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology says that the suture zone of the Himalayas has become tectonically active. Key Findings The scientists have observed that the thrust is broken, sedimentary beds are tilted. Bedrocks are showing brittle deformation and the rivers are associated with the uplifted terraces. The scientists used ..

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Himalayan Geothermal Springs Prominent Source of Carbon-di-Oxide: Study

According to a report published by Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, an autonomous Institute under the Department of Sciences and Technology, Government of India, has claimed that the Himalayan Geothermal springs contribute to a huge amount of carbon-di-oxide to the atmosphere. What does the Detailed Report Say? As per the report, the organization has investigated ..

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