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Carbonate mineralogy and faunal relationship in tropical shallow water marine sediments: Cape Comorin, India
The carbonate mineralogy of Recent sediments from the western and eastern continental shelves around Cape Comorin off the southern tip of India was determined by X-ray diffraction analyses. The results show that in the ...
Petasaria heterolepis (Prymnesiaceae) from the southern Indian Ocean
(Micropaleontology Press, 2015)
Sea surface and sub-surface (0-110m) water samples were collected from the Southern Indian Ocean between 39�S and 65�S (along ~48�E and 57.3�E) during the austral summer of 2010 which yielded Petasaria heterolepis Out of ...
Bolivina skagerrakensis, a new name for Bolivina cf. B. robusta with notes on its ecology and distribution
(Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research, 1985)
Beachrock and associated carbonate sediments on the fifty fathom flat, a submarine terrace on the outer continental shelf off Bombay
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1971)
Organic carbon and humic acids in sediments of the Arabian Sea and factors governing their distribution
Organic carbon and humic acids in the sediments of the Arabian Sea show distinct regional variations to the south and north of 15~'N latitude. Significant variations are also observed from the shelf to the slope regions. ...
Ferro-manganese oxide growth on shark teeth from cenral Indian Ocean basin
Study of ferro-manganese oxide growth on apatitic substrates like shark teeth enamel from siliceous sediment environment (lat. 10 degrees S and long. 75 degrees E) suggests the changes in depositional environments within ...
Analysis of magnetic anomalies in relation to Placer deposits and basement configuration off Mirya bay, Central West coast of India
The offshore ilmenite placers off Konkan, central west coast of India, have been surveyed by echosounding, shallow seismic profiling, magnetics, and seabed sampling. The magnetic data show two different types of anomalies: ...
Sonograph patterns of the central western continental shelf of India
(Tirunelveli: JCSONLINE, 1989)
Side scan sonar and bathymetric surveys were conducted on the central western continental shelf of India. The sonographs portray a smooth, relatively featureless inner shelf, up to a depth less than 40-50 m, which is covered ...