Original paper

The stratigraphic significance of vertebrate fossils from the Quaternary deposits of the Kathmandu Basin, Nepal

Dongol, Gopal M. S.

Newsletters on Stratigraphy Volume 18 Number 1 (1987), p. 21 - 29

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published: Oct 28, 1987

DOI: 10.1127/nos/18/1987/21

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Vertebrate fossils (Elephas, bovid, cervid, suid, and Rhinoceros) recovered from the intramontane basin sediment of Kathmandu Basin help to determine an early Pleistocene age of the basin fillings. The fossils are similar to the mammalian taxa of the Pinjor Formation of Upper Siwalik and Karewa deposits of Kashmir Basin.


vertebratesintramontanemammalianfossilsKathmandu BasinNepal