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Year: 2008
With a view to attracting more mountaineers to the country and to rendering mountaineering open for all seasons, the government has brought some changes in the current royalty structure for mountaineering to be effective from July 16
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Year: 2008
The Thakhola-Mustang Graben of central Nepal represents the Cenozoic extensional tectonic phase of the Tibetan Plateau and the whole Himalaya
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Year: 2008
The lower reaches of the Lunana area expose multiple folded migmatite and biotite gneiss of the Thimphu Group, extensively intruded by granitic and pegmatitic rocks
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Year: 2008
Reliably relocated earthquake hypocenters in the Pamir-Hindu Kush region for about 1700 earthquakes deeper than 50 km, are examined using 3-D color plots
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Year: 2008
The Main Central Thrust (Mahabharat Thrust of Stöcklin 1980) is one of the key thrusts in central Nepal Himalaya to understand the nappe tectonics because it is considered that MCT acted as a glide plane for the thrust sheets, which traveled more than 100 km towards south over the LHS forming a large folded-thrust sheet called Kathmandu Nappe
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Year: 2008
The South Tibetan Detachment System is characterised by a lower ductile shear zone, an upper  low-angle normal fault and high-angle normal faults
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Year: 2008
In the Arun and Barun valleys the upper portion of the Lesser Himalayan section is made up by the Num orthogneiss
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Year: 2008
Palaeovegetation records derived from pollen assemblages provide potential information on palaeoclimate due to its characteristically multivariate and multiscale nature with respect to both temporal and spatial scales
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Year: 2008
Secondary pyrrhotite remanences from the Tethyan Himalaya acquired during Eocene (western Himalaya) and Oligocene to early Miocene (central and eastern Himalaya) were evaluated for block rotations
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Year: 2008
High resolution geochemical data from fossil-poor Blaini-Krol and fossiliferous Lower Tal succession in the Lesser Himalayas closely conform to the geochemical trends demonstrated by the rock sequences at Oman, Newfoundland, South China and Western United States
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