ISSN:0367-4045
Geological Bulletin
(University of Peshawar)
Volume 25, 1992

Table of Contents

1 Fluvial History Of Late Cenozoic Molasse, Sulaiman Range, Pakistan

Abdul Waheed & Neil A. Wells

1-15
2 Petrography Of The Deosai Volcanics, N.Pakistan

S. Hamidullah, M. Qasim Jan & Barkatullah

17-22
3 Hydrochemical And Hydrogeological Studies Of Groundwater In Peshawar Valley, Pakistan

Jochen Bundschuh

23-37
4 Review Of Tertiary Coal Fields Of Lower Indus Plain In Pakistan And Adjacent Areas Of Gujrat And Rajasthan States In India
Nasir Ali Durrani
39-45
5 High-Pressure Viens In Corona Gabbros Of Khwaza Khela, Kohistan
M. Qasim Jan & Ijaz Karim
47-50
6 Gravity And Magnetic Studies In The Region Of Main Boundary Thrust, West Of Himalayan Syntaxix

Mubrark Ali & G. Mujtaba

51-58
7 Lead Isotope Signature Of The Proterozoic Sediment-Hosted Base Metal Deposits At The Margin Of The Indian Plate In Besham Area, Northern Pakistan
M. Tahir Shah, Ralph I. Thorpe & Shamim Ahmad Siddique
59-65
8 Validity Of Sphalerite Geobarometry And Garnet-Biotite Geothermometry To Estimate Pt Conditions Of Metamorphism

M. Tahir Shah

67-71
9 Pseudo-Amphibolites In The Southern Amphibolite Belt, Kohistan Arc, N.Pakistan
Syed Hamidullah & Attique Ahmad
73-76
10 Alkali-Feldspar From Koga Syenites, Ambella Granitic Complex, Nw Pakistan

Nusrat Jabeen & Ihsanullah Mian

77-84
11 Early Molasse Sediments (Murre Formation ) In Pathan Algad, Southern Kohat

Amjad W. Qureshi & Saifullah K. Tanoli

85-93
12 Structure And Metamorphism Of The Chakdara Area Nw Of Swat River, Pakistan

Irshad Ahmad & R. D. Lawrence

95-112
13 Geomorphic Evidence Of Catastropic Flooding Along The Middle Indus Valley

Kewin Cornwell & Syed Hamidullah

113-121
14 Tourmaline As An Evidence Of Exhalative Origin For Besham Base Metal Deposits In Northern Pakistan

M. Tahir Shah

123-126
15 Highly Aluminous Hornblende-Cummingtonite Coronas In Gabbronorites Of The Southern Amphibolite Belt, Kohistan

M. Qasim Jan

127-131
16 Short Communications(Evidence Of Salt-Tectonics In The Trans-Indus Salt Ranges, Nwfp, Pakistan

Khalid Parvaiz Durrani & Irshad Ahmad

133-134