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Top-to-the NE detachment putting into contact high-grade gneiss intruded by Miocene leucogranite dykes (withish rocks) of the Greater Himalayan Sequence (rocks in the lower part of the photo) with overlying marble, limestone and quartzite of the Tibetan Sedimentary Sequence (upper dark rocks). Photograph looking to the northeast.
Dzaka Chu (Southern Tibet, China)
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Carosi et al. 1998. J Asian Earth Sci., 16 (2-3), 239-252.
Cottle et al., 2007. J Struct. Geol., 29, 1781-1797.

Top-to-the NE detachment putting into contact high-grade gneiss intruded by Miocene leucogranite dykes (withish rocks) of the Greater Himalayan Sequence (rocks in the lower part of the photo) with overlying marble, limestone and quartzite of the Tibetan Sedimentary Sequence (upper dark rocks). Photograph looking to the northeast.
Dzaka Chu (Southern Tibet, China)
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Carosi et al. 1998. J Asian Earth Sci., 16 (2-3), 239-252.
Cottle et al., 2007. J Struct. Geol., 29, 1781-1797.

Photograph: R. Carosi