Channel piracy on the lower Bengal Fan
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Differences in morphology between the most recently active valley and older valleys suggest that channel piracy occurred on the lower Bengal Fan. Cutoff of two older valleys took place in the late Wisconsinan fan lobe between Sri Lanka and the 85°E Ridge at about 5°N and 83°E.
KeywordsLate Pleistocene Geosyncline Valley Type Shallow Valley INDIAN Valley
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