Cretaceous Stratigraphy of Outcrop Sediments of the Ariyalur Area, Cauvery Basin, Southern India
During the Late Jurassic, a pericratonic basin with synrift and postrift sedimentation evolved in the Cauvery Basin in southern India. The sediments and associated fauna and flora form part of the Cretaceous stratigraphy in this part of the continent. This study presents an investigation of the lithostratigraphic and biostratigraphic architecture of these sediments, including the palaeoenvironmental conditions of sedimentation.
KeywordsCauvery Basin India Cretaceous stratigraphy Ariyalur area Lithostratigraphy Biostratigraphy
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