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Stratigraphic and structural framework of Himalayan foothills, northern Pakistan
Special Paper 328: Himalaya and Tibet: Mountain Roots to Mountain Tops
approved: Dr. Robert S. Yeats The oldest sedimentary and metasedimentary rocks exposed in the Himalayan foothills of Pakistan record a gradual transition seaward from the evaporites of the Salt Range Formation to pelitic sediments deposited in deeper water to the north. The Upper Proterozoic Tanawal Formation was derived from erosion of a northern highland produced during the early stages of Late Proterozoic to early Ordovician tectonism. Early Paleozoic tectonism is indicated by an angulardoi:10.1130/0-8137-2328-0.257 fatcat:aecrjqhqjzaonjs5h3ma4iepaq