Structural Geology : Axial Belt

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The axial belt is a north-south trending mountain belt, comprising of Kirthar Belt (southern part) and Sulaiman belt (northern part) running along the western margin of the Indus plains. This is located along the presently active, western plate margin to the Indian subcontinent.

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Pakistan Structural Geology NotesAxial BeltThe axial belt is a north-south trending mountain belt, comprising of Kirthar Belt (southern part) and Sulaiman belt (northern part) running along the western margin of the Indus plains. This is located along the presently active, western plate margin to the Indian subcontinent. The Axial Belt, is a phenomenal physical expression which have developed in the form of low to medium elevation mountains range (elevation from few tens of meters to about 3000 meters) and hills in the western Pakistan. It has complex set of deformat

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