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Geoscientific investigations on the Indian coast: Their application to interpret the paleoclimates and future sea level changes with special reference to greenhouse effect
Objectives of this paper are: (1) To delineate the paleo sea level fluctuations and erosional environmental changes along the Indian Coast and their relationship with the changing coastline and human settlements in the ...
Benthic foraminifers as indices of diversity and hyposalinity in a modern clastic shelf regime, off Bombay, India
(New Delhi: Oxford & IBH, 1985)
A tidally energized clastic shelf regime at 25-45 m depth off Bombay-Daman composed of silty sand, silty clay, and clay fractions is located between a sand bar and the coast. The sand bar, running parallel to the coast, ...
Nannoplankton from the Bombay-Saurashtra continental shelf of India: An appraisal using cluster analysis
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1984)
Nannoplankton data from 28 stations in the northwestern continental shelf of India was subjected to Q-mode cluster analysis. Two biotopes A and B were identified. Although, Gephyrocapsa oceanica was by far, the most abundant ...
Foraminiferal assemblages and organic carbon relationship in benthic marine ecosystem of Western Indian Continental Shelf
Foraminiferal assemblages in the sediment and their relation to organic carbon have been studied in selected nearshore areas on the west coast, namely, Gulf of Kutch, Bombay-Daman sector, Vengurla-Dabhol sector, Cola Bay ...