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Signals of the change in monsoonal precipitation at around 2,000 years BP in a sediment core off central west coast of India
(Current Science Association, 1994)
A 4.80 m long shallow water sediment core, collected from the inner shelf (at 22 m water depth) off Karwar near Kali River mouth is studied for foraminiferal tracers of palaeomonsoons. The climatic history of this core ...
A review on Holocene climate changes in Indian subcontinent
(Geological Society of India, 1999)
Since the collision of Indian plate with Eurasia, the Indian subcontinent has experienced minor tectonic and major climatic changes. Summer monsoon plays an important role in the local and regional climate of Asia. General ...
Rapid climatic shifts and its influence on ancient civilisations: Evidence from marine records
(Universities Press, Hyderabad, India, 1998)
The southwest (SW) monsoon system in the Arabian Sea exerts a strong influence upon the climatic conditions in South and Southeast Asia and the associated monsoon rainfall has a great impact on the socio-economic and ...
Foraminifera and changing pattern of monsoon rainfall
(Current Science Association, Bangalore, India, 1993)
The palaeomonsoonal history can be reconstructed utilizing climatically sensitive properties of marine microorganisms; foraminifera. The results show a major boundary at 3500 years B.P. and periods of rather low precipitation ...