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Alterations in geochemical associations in artificially disturbed deep-sea sediments
(Taylor and Francis, 2005)
In view of the role of sediment geochemistry in regulating the benthic ecosystem, diagenetic remobilization of dissolved constituents, bottom water redox, and regeneration of benthic fluxes, surficial sediments in and ...
Bacterial response to contrasting geochemistry in the sediments of central Indian Ocean basin
(Regional Research laboratory, Bhubaneswar, 2005)
The latitudinal differences in geochemical and physiographic nature could evoke varied biological/microbiological response in the deep-sea benthic ecosystem of the Central Indian Ocean. Sediment cores have been examined ...
Benthic disturbance and monitoring experiment in the Central Indian Ocean Basin
(Int. Society of Offshore and Polar Engineering, Colorado, USA, 1997)
Environmental impact assessment studies for deep-sea manganese nodule mining have been initiated in the Central indian Ocean Basin since 1995. As a part of the first phase for collecting the benthic baseline data, echosounding, ...