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Geochemical evidence of terrigenous influence in deep-sea sediments upto 8�S in the Central Indian basin
Thirty-two representative deep-sea sediment samples have been studied from three manganese nodule-bearing environments in the Central Indian Basin: diatomaceous-radiolarian ooze-clay, pelagic brown clay and calcareous ooze. ...
Sup(210)Pb, sup(230)Th, and sup(10)Be in Central Indian Basin seamount sediments: Signatures of degassing and hydrothermal alteration of recent origin
Isotopic (sup(210)Pb, sup(238)U-sup(230)Th, sup(10)Be), major and trace elements, and micromorphological and microchemical data, were used to identify recent (approx. 100 yrs) hydrothermal alteration of a greater than 200 ...
Basalt microlapilli in deep sea sediments of Indian Ocean in the vicinity of Vityaz fracture zone
(Geological Society of India, 1989)
Two cores recovered from the flanks of Mid-India oceanic ridge in the vicinity of Vityaz fracture zone consist of discrete pyroclastic layers at various depths. These layers are composed of coarse-grained, angular basaltic ...