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This high land marks water partings of the tributaries of Narmada, Morand and Bhangi in the north and the tributaries of Tapti in the squth. It has a general elevation of about 640 Environment and Vegetation 37 metres. Its northern part is drained by Morand, Bhangi whereas southern part is drained by the Labada, Nishan and Betul. The part of the plateau near Chicholi settlement is widely used for cultivation. The south-eastern IJlateau area consists of dry mixed forests while the western part with unfertile soil is covered with dry teak forests.
The Kalibheet trappean hills to the north have been dissected into isolated or groups of masses. It is eroded by the Morand river and its tributaries which rises up to 715 metres. Towards the northern part of these hills, the Saoligarh hills (679 metres) and Narwargarh hills (784 metres) are located and towards the south the Tapasari hills (821 metres) and the Alampur hills (758 metres) are extended. It has a chain of main peaks in the northern part of the Tapasari, the Chouradev and Phoplia (784 metres).
In the plateau, the Dharwar rocks which are folded with the gneisses are described to include phyllites, quartz, mica, schist's, quartzites and epidiorites. Intrusive into the gneisses and granites of the plateau are large masses of basic rocks such as epidiorites, horn blends, schists, diabases and amphibolite in the form of sills and dykes. > OECCAN THAP FLOWS 0 ::J J~ALPUR :3 (1) 9AGRA CONGLOMERAiES ~BIJORI ~ ~ 8AAMAR 3D' ~ MOTUR Q) ~ UAfi,REN MEASWRES ::J Q. B3 . ' 30' .. ' Source. Geological Map of India ..
Applied plant geography by Pramoda Pagāre