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Major, trace, and rare earth elements in the sediments of the Central Indian Ocean Basin: Their source and distribution
(Taylor and Francis, 2001)
The distribution maps of elements show that highest concentrations of Mn, Cu, Ni, Zn, Co, and biogenic opal in the surface sediment occurs between 10 degrees S and 16 degrees S latitude, where diagenetic ferromanganese ...
Constraints in using Cerium-animaly of bulk sediments as an indicator of paleo bottom water redox environment: A case study from the Central Indian Ocean Basin
The total rare earth elements (Sigma REE) abundance along with major and a range of trace element chemistry of twenty-eight sub-sections in a 5 m long sediment core (AAS-05/GC-02) from the Central Indian Ocean Basin shows ...
Trace elements in near-shore sediments along the east and west coasts of India
(Science and Technology Agency of Japan (JISTEC, STA), Japan, 1999)
To understand the distribution of trace elements and their controlling factors in the coastal regions of India. Some representative sediment samples from the nearshore regions were selected from the east and west coasts ...
Distribution of Fe, Mn, Ni, Co, Cu and Zn in non-lithogenous fractions of sediments of Gulf of Kutch
Contributions made by non-lithogenous fractions of sediments constitute a significant portion of the concentrations of the elements associated with the total sediment samples. The minor differences found in their distribution ...
Geochemistry of surficial sediments along the central southwest coast of India - Seasonal changes in regional distribution
(Coastal Education and Reserch Foundation, 2003)
The coastal sediments (129 samples) of central- southwest coast of India, in and around Cochin, the second biggest industrial city along the west coast of India, were analyzed for their textural and geochemical fractions ...