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Hydrothermal Fe cycling and deep ocean organic carbon scavenging: Model-based evidence for significant POC supply to seafloor sediments
Submarine hydrothermal venting has recently been identified to have the potential to impact ocean biogeochemistry at the global scale. This is the case because processes active in hydrothermal plumes are so vigorous that ...
Microbial and biochemical alterations due to storage of deep-sea sediments under ambient tropical conditions
(NISCAIR Publications, 2016)
Response of indigenous bacteria to incubation at normal pressure and tropical temperature (28 ± 2°C), were examined in four deep-sea sediments from polymetallic-nodule fields in Central Indian Basin (CIB). Sediments were ...
Relationship of sediment-biochemistry, bacterial morphology, and activity to geotechnical properties in the central Indian Basin
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
Distribution of biochemical properties, morphological and functional characteristics of bacteria in the extreme sedimentary environment of the Central Indian Basin (CIB) was examined in relation to geotechnical properties ...
An appraisal of biological responses and network of environmental interactions in non-mining and mining impacted coastal waters
The coastal waters of Goa and Ratnagiri lying on the West coast of India are influenced by terrestrial influx. However, Goa is influenced anthropogenically by iron-ore mining, while Ratnagiri is influenced by deposition ...