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Geomorphology and geology of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea
(Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, 2001)
Marine geological studies in the Bay of Bengal were initiated by the Andhra University in early 1950's and have subsequently become widespread during the International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE - 1962-65). Geomorphological ...
Glacial to Holocene fluctuations in hydrography and productivity along the southwestern continental margin of India
Oxygen isotope and sedimentological records of a sediment core from the southwestern continental margin of India are used to reconstruct the fluctuations in sea surface hydrography and productivity during the last deglaciation. ...
Clay minerals and Sr-Nd isotopes of the sediments along the western margin of India and their implication for sediment provenance
Mineralogy and Sr-Nd isotopic composition of the less than 2-m fraction of the Holocene and late Pleistocene sediments from 12 gravity cores collected along the western margin of India were used to delineate the provenance ...
Rock magnetic records of the sediments of the eastern Arabian Sea: Evidence for the late Quaternary climatic change
Rock-magnetic measurements along with grain size, acid-insoluble residue (AIR), organic carbon (OC), CaCO sub(3) and delta sup(18)O of the planktonic foraminifers of the sediments were determined for 15 gravity cores ...
Clay minerals as palaeomonsoon proxies: Evaluation and relevance to the late Quaternary records from SE Arabian Sea
(NCAOR, Goa, 2005)
Palaeoclimatic studies are largely dependent on the quality of records and a prudent use of environmental proxy indicators. In this study, the factors affecting the detrital clay minerals in marine environment and their ...
Indian summer monsoon variability during the Holocene as recorded in sediments of the Arabian Sea: Timing and implications
Indian monsoon precipitation fluctuated significantly during the Holocene and a reliable reconstruction of the timing of the events and their implications is of great benefit to our understanding of the effect and response ...