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Geochemical and isotopic signatures of surficial sediments from the western continental shelf of India: Inferring provenance, weathering, and the nature of organic matter
(Society for Sedimentary Geology, 2013)
Bottom sediments from thirteen transects sampled mainly at depth contours of 30, 100, and 200 m along the western continental margin of India, falling in two offshore sectors from Dwaraka to Goa and Cape Comorin to Goa, ...
Distribution of biochemical constituents in the surface sediments of western coastal Bay of Bengal: Influence of river discharge and water column properties
Biochemical composition of surface sediment samples from off major and minor rivers along the east coast of India revealed that spatial distribution of sediment organic carbon (SOC) composition was mainly governed by ...
Heavy metal tolerance in the psychrotolerant Cryptococcus sp. isolated from deep-sea sediments of the Central Indian Basin
(John Wiley & Sons, 2013)
A deep-sea isolate of the psychrotolerant yeast Cryptococcus sp. (NIOCC#PY13) obtained from polymetallic nodule-bearing sediments of the Central Indian Basin was examined for its capacity to grow in the presence of various ...
Coupling between suboxic condition in sediments of the western Bay of Bengal and southwest monsoon intensification: A geochemical study
Reconstruction of paleo-redox conditions in a radiocarbon (14C) dated sediment core (SK-218/1), covering the past 45 ka (thousand calendar years), collected from the western Bay of Bengal (Lat: 14 degrees 02′N; Long: 82 ...
Distribution and sources of organic matter in surface sediments of the eastern continental margin of India
(American Geophysical Union, 2013)
The sources and distribution of organic matter (OM) in surface sediments of the eastern continental margin of India, including the region influenced by river discharge, were investigated using content, molar C:N ratios and ...