Slumping on the western continental margin of India

Show simple item record Guptha, M.V.S. Mohan, R. Muralinath, A.S. 2004-03-30T10:10:16Z 2017-09-30T03:04:25Z 2004-03-30T10:10:16Z 2017-09-30T03:04:25Z 2001
dc.identifier.citation GeoActa, vol.1; 2001-2002; 45-48
dc.identifier.issn 1852-7744
dc.description.abstract A short gravity core from the Western Continental Margin of India has been examined to understand the nature and characteristics of slumping in the area. The present study and also the earlier studies revealed that the slumping on the western continental margin is believed to have set in motion during the beginning of Holocene. Besides, it infers that after 6 k.y. B.P. the magnitude of slumping is minimal. The slumping may be attributed to the evolution of methane gas as one of the important causes
dc.language en
dc.publisher Asociacion Argentina de Geofisicos y Geodestas
dc.relation.ispartof GeoActa
dc.relation.isreferencedby SCI
dc.subject Geology and Geophysics
dc.subject.other continental margins
dc.subject.other slumping
dc.subject.other holocene
dc.subject.other gravity corers
dc.subject.other methane
dc.subject.other ISW, India, West Coast
dc.title Slumping on the western continental margin of India
dc.type Journal Article CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa, India

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