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Foraminifera as climatic indicators in the sediments of Western Indian continental shelf
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1973)
Foraminifera are the single celled microscopic organisms found abundantly in the seas and oceans. The tests of these organisms are preserved in the present sediments of the ocean as in the past, sometimes constituting ...
Occurrence of @iNeogloboquadrina pachyderma@@ new subspecies in the shelf-slope sediments of northern Indian Ocean
Specimens of @iNeogloboquadrina pachyderma@@ (Ehrenberg) which are considered to be typical bipolar, coolerwater species, are described in the recent shelf-slope sediments of the northern Indian Ocean as far north as 23~'N ...
Holocene benthonic foraminifera from the shelf sediments of Kerala coast
(Indian Society of Earth Scientists, 1974)
Of the 32 species of benthic foraminifera recovered here some show definite Indo-Pacific affinity. Ecological parameters which govern this offshore region are considered. Several species show similarities with those found ...
Holocene planktonic foraminifera from the shelf sediments off Kerala Coast
(Geological Society of India, 1972)
Twenty-two planktonic foraminifers were identified from a few samples collected aboard INS KISTNA at 9~'N and 76~'E, at 89 metres depth from the bottom sediment-water interface. A few of the more characteristic features ...