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Ferromanganese nodules and their associated sediments from the Central Indian Ocean Basin: Rare earth element geochemistry
(Taylor and Francis, 2001)
The rare earth element (REE) distribution in nine deep-sea ferromanganese nodules and their associated siliceous sediments from the Central Indian Ocean Basin (CIOB) have been studied to elucidate the REE relationship among ...
Lithological and mineralogical changes observed in a core from the western Bay of Bengal
(Allied, New Delhi (India), 1997)
Lithological and mineralogical studies were carried out on sediments from a 650 cm long core from the north western Bay of Bengal at a depth of 2700 m. These studies demarcate a boundary at 380 cm designated as unit 1 from ...
Origin and significance of high-grade phosphorite in a sediment core from the continental slope off Goa, India
(Current Science Association, Bangalore, India, 1995)
A phosphorite crust was found at 380-390 cm depth interval of a sediment core collected from the topographic high occurring on the continental slope off Goa. This crust is fragile and grey to light brown in colour. Carbonate ...
Rare-earth elements and uranium in phosphatic nodules from the continental margins of India
(Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), Tulsa, USA, 2000)
A sediment core collected from a bathymetric high off Goa on the western continental margin of India has yielded phosphatic nodules at various subsurface depths (at 110, 150, 305 355, 435, 500, 505 and 525 cm). The nodules ...