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Mean proloculus size, delta super(13) C and delta super(18) O variations in recent benthic foraminifera from the west coast of India and their climatic implications
(Indian Society of Earth Sciences, Calcutta, 1993)
The interrelationship between mean proloculus size (MPS), delta super(18) O and delta super(13) C vatiations in benthic foraminiferal species Rotalidium annectens and their relation with temperature (T) and salinity (S) ...
Deglaciation in the tropical Indian Ocean driven by interplay between the regional monsoon and global teleconnections
High resolution climate records of the ice age terminations from monsoon-dominated regions reveal the interplay of regional and global driving forces. Speleothem records from Chinese caves indicate that glacial terminations ...
पुरा पर्यावरणीय समंस्याओं के समाधान में फ़ोरामिनिफ़ेरा की उपयोगिता
(Ministry of Earth Sciences; New Delhi, 2009)
High resolution climatic records of the past ~489 years from Central Asia as derived from benthic foraminiferal species, Asterorotalia trispinosa
Many researchers have reported the occurrence of the species Asterorotalia trispinosa as a major constituent in foraminiferal assemblages from different regions, its ecological significance has never been studied. The ...
Spatial and temporal distribution of foraminifera in sediments off the central west coast of India and use of their test morphologies for the reconstruction of paleomonsoonal precipitation
(Micropaleontology Press, 1999)
From the shallow region off the central west coast of India, 21 samples of surface sediments (ranging in depth from 22 to 52 m) along with two sediment cores of 4.80 m and 4.00 m (surface/subsurface) have been analyzed for ...
Fluctuating monsoonal precipitation as revealed by foraminiferal variations in a core from shelf regime off Karwar (India)
(Current Science Association, 1988)
Variations in the percentage frequency of the foraminifera Cavarotalia annectens in the sediments collected by box core in the shelf region of Karwar, infront of the mouth of the Kalinadi river, India were used to map ...
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 ...