Whilst the earlier studies on Indian dykes were largely of descriptive nature, the subsequent ones have been mostly sporadic and as such very few compilations exist. The principal purpose of this volume on "Indian Dykes" is to provide state-of -the-art information on the geochemistry, geophysics and geochronology (G3) of . Indian dykes: geochemistry, geophysics and geochronology. Interest. Mafic dyke intrusions occur in three distinct orientations (NNW-SSE; NW-SE and NE-SW) in north Kerala region, the southwestern part of the Indian Shield. Dating of two NNW-SSE trending dykes by K-Ar method has yielded Middle Proterozoic ages (ca. Ma and ca. Ma respectively). Our initial geochemical.
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16 Jun Precambrian paleomagnetic records from dyke swarms provide a unique source of information regarding the Archean geomagnetic field and more specifically the average field strength produced by the early dynamo. We sampled 16 paleomagnetic sites from the Dharwar giant dyke swarm in southern India. J Geol Soc India – Halls HC () The Importance of Integrating paleomagnetic Studies of Proterozoic Dykes with U-Pb Geochronology and Geochemistry. In: Srivastava RK, Sivaji C, Chalapathi Rao NV (eds) Indian Dykes : Geochemistry, Geophysics and Geochronology. Narosa Publishing House Pvt Ltd, New. On Jan 1, , J P Shrivastava (and others) published the chapter: INDIAN DYKES: Geochemistry Geophysics and Geochronology Petrography, Composition and Petrogenesis of Basalts from Chakhla-Delakhari Intrusive Complex, Eastern Deccan Volcanic Province, India in the book: INDIAN DYKES: Geochemistry.