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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 ...
Grain size analysis of sediments from the northern Andaman Sea: Comparison of laser diffraction and sieve-pipette techniques
(Coastal Education and Reserch Foundation, 2006)
A comparison has been made of sand, silt, and clay percentage of 118 samples from the Ayeyarwady continental shelf, northern Andaman Sea, measured by the sieve-laser diffraction technique and by classical sieve-pipette ...
Biogeochemistry of the surficial sediments of the western and eastern continental shelves of India
(Coastal Education and Reserch Foundation, 2008)
Even though continental margins cover only about 7-9 % of the world ocean area, they are important sites for organic carbon accumulation and hence play a major role in biogeochemical carbon cycling. Surface sediments from ...
Biogeochemical characteristics of the surface sediments along the western continental shelf of India
(Taylor & Francis, 2009)
Surface sediments from the western continental shelf of India were analysed for total organic carbon (TOC), total nitrogen (TN), total hydrolysable carbohydrates (TCHO) and proteins (PRT) during the late summer monsoon ...