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Geochemistry of zinc in the sediments of the western continental shelf and slope of India
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1985)
The bulk geochemistry of zinc in the sediments of the western continental shelf and slope of India and also the partition geochemistry of the sediments of the shelf and slope regions between Ratnagiri and Mangalore have ...
Clay mineral distribution in the shelf sediments off the northern part of the east coast of india
Forty-eight sediment samples from the continental shelf between Visakhapatnam and the Ganges were analysed by X-ray diffraction for the composition and distribution of clay minerals. Estuarine samples of the Hooghly are ...
Distribution of phosphorus and phosphatisation along the western continental margin of India
(Geological Society of India, 1987)
Phosphate content in the bulk sediments range from 0.02 to 2.17% and on carbonate free basis it varies from 0.03 to 6.5%. The partition studies indicate that contribution from the acid resistant detrital minerals (HCl ...
Environmental controls on the distribution of organic matter in recent sediments of the western continental margin of India
(Dehra Dun: ONGC, 1987)
A large number of surficial sediment samples from the western continental shelf and slope regions were analysed for the organic carbon and total nitrogen content. The organic carbon and nitrogen contents of these sediments ...
Distribution of Al, Mn, Ni, Co & Cu in the non-lithogenous fractions of sediments of the northern half of the western continental shelf of India
Higher amounts of elements are associated with the nonlithogenous fractions of the fine grained terrigenous sediments of the innershelf region with low carbonate content than with the corresponding fractions of the coarse ...
Distribution of phosphate in sediments of Gulf of Kutch
(Geological Society of India, 1981)
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 ...
Pyritized ooids from the Arabian Sea basin
Pyritized ooids in association with turbidites were observed in a box core collected at a depth of 3627 m from the Arabian Sea Basin. Ooids having a shallow water origin were transported to the present depth by turbidity ...
Geochemistry of sediment cores of the western equatorial Indian Ocean
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1983)
Geochemical investigations including partition analysis have been carried out on nine sediment cores from the western equatorial Indian Ocean. The results show that a core from the Arabian Sea exhibits a greater terrigenous ...