Applied plant geography by Pramoda Pagāre

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They are found in the Morand valley as a narrow belt toward the northwest portion of the area under study. The Bagra beds are bounded to the south by the Jabalpur beds. The Jabalpur Beds The Jabalpur beds consist of massive sandstones alternating with soft white clay. In addition, subordinate beds of conglomerate of earthy heamatite, carbonaceous shales, red clay and chert may occur. The thickness of these beds is between 75 to 150 metres, in the study area they are seen developed to the north-west of the Duni river valley near Deoban and to the east of the Morand valley near Taramkhera by the researcher.

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Gondwana System The rocks of the Gondwana system which comprise a succession of sandstone and shells with seams of coal lie over the metamorphic crystalline rocks of the Archaean system with a distinct and profound disordance. In these rocks, occur organic remains of fresh water origin. The beds are distributed in patches of various sizes, which are in a linear set and coincide more or less with the present river valley. The rocks in general dip 5 to 6 degrees to the north but often show sign of disturbances at place with steep dips on account of faults.

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