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Clay mineral distribution on the Kerala continental shelf and slope
(Geological Society of India, 1983)
Seventy-five sediment samples collected from the Kerala continental shelf and slope during the 17th and 71st Cruises of @iRV gaveshani@@ were analysed by X-ray diffraction for clay mineral cntent. The distribution of total ...
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. ...
Mineralogy of polymetallic nodules and associated sediments from the Central Indian Ocean Basin
Todorokite is the dominant mineral phase in the nodules of the northern Central Indian Ocean Basin. These nodules are characterised by a rough surface texture, are relatively rich in Mn, Cu and Ni, and are associated with ...