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Physical properties of a long sediment core from the central Indian Basin
(Geological Survey and Mines Bureau, Dehiwala, Sri Lanka, 1997)
In a 7.5 m-long box core, collected at 9 degrees S and 77 degrees E from 5400 m water depth from the Central Indian Basin, geotechnical properties clearly reflect the Plio-Pleistocene boundary. It is marked by a drastic ...
Changes in geotechnical properties of sediments from the Central Indian Basin induced by disturbance experiment
(Taylor and Francis, 2005)
During the Indian Deep-sea Environment Experiment (INDEX) conducted in the Central Indian Basin to simulate nodule mining activity, the sediments were physically disturbed, lifted from the seafloor, and then redeposited ...
Geotechnical properties of surface sediments in the INDEX area
(Taylor and Francis, 2000)
As a part of the environmental impact assessment studies, geotechnical properties of sediments were determined in the Central Indian Basin. The undrained shear strength and index properties of the siliceous sediments were ...