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Evidence for recent hydrothermal activity in the Central Indian Basin
This study documents the first actual prof of recent intraplate volcanic-hydrothermal activity in the Central Indian Basin (CIB). Twenty-six surface sediments and a spade core (37 cm long) from the CIB were examined for ...
Tropical sea surface temperatures and the earth's orbital eccentricity cycles
(American Geophysical Union, 1996)
The tropical oceanic warm pools are climatologically important regions because their sea surface temperatures (SSTs) are positively related to atmospheric greenhouse effect and the cumulonimbus-cirrus cloud anvil. Such a ...
Seafloor and sediment characteristics in INDEX AREA
(Metal Mining Agency of Japan, 1997)
Seafloor surveys and sediment sampling during the INDEX (Indian Deep-Sea Environmental Experiment) studies in the Central Indian Basin, resulted in identification of Test and Reference Areas, as well of establishment of ...
Radiolarian abundance and geochemistry of the surface-sediments from the Central Indian Basin: Inferences to Antarctic bottom water current
(Current Science Association, 1994)
The distribution trend of numbers of radiolarian shells/gram dry sediment, biogenic silica, organic carbon, and the carbon/nitrogen ratios in the surface sediments of the Central Indian Basin is similar. Ratios of two ...