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Recent foraminifers from the inner shelf of the central west coast, India: A reappraisal using factor analysis
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1983)
Marine sediments and palaeoclimatic variations since the Late Pleistocene: An overview for the Arabian Sea
(Geol. Soc. India, Bangalore, 1995)
A large number of surfacial and sub-surface sediments from the Arabian Sea have been studied to enhance our understanding of palaeoclimatic variations over the Indian region. Bsically the surficial sediments have been ...
Distribution, factor analysis and ecology of benthic foraminifera within inner shelf regime of Vengurla-Bhatkal sector, West Coast, India
(Geological Society of India, 1987)
One hundred and two taxa of benthic foraminifera are reported from the neritic environment (15-60 m) of Vengurla - Bhatkal area. Q-mode factor analysis reveals 6 important foraminiferal assemblages accounting for 92% of ...
Cluster analysis and ecology of living benthonic foraminiferids from inner shelf off Ratnagiri, West Coast, India
(Geological Society of India, 1981)
Q-mode cluster analysis explains the spatial distribution data of living benthonic foraminiferids from the inner shelf off Ratnagiri. Two main biotopes and two sub-biotopes are revognised within the study area; biotope A, ...
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The intriguing relationship between coiling direction and reproductive mode in benthic foraminifera
(The Palaeontological Society of India, 1989)
Changes in coiling direction in foraminifera have been used extensively as proxy data for paleoclimates. However, most of the studies centred around planktonic foraminifera, and various causes (including reproductive mode) ...
An assessment of seabed conditions for port development: A case study of Nagore - east coast of India
(Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, 1999)
The knowledge of the seabed engineering parameters is a pre-requisite for any meaningful attempt to evolve plans and strategies for port developments. The close track spacing (50-100 m) of data sets on bathymetry, sub-bottom ...
Multiple Ecological Parameters Affect Living Benthic Foraminifera in the River-Influenced West-Central Bay of Bengal
(Frontiers Media SA, 2021)
The huge riverine influx and associated processes decrease the ambient salinity, stratify the water column, modulate the oxygen-deficient zone, and are also responsible for the recent acidification in the Bay of Bengal. ...
A Spatial Ecological Study Based on Benthic Foraminifera off Central West Coast of India: An Approach through Cluster Analysis with Special Reference to Oxygen Minimum Zone
Fifty-two surface samples collected from a depth range between 15 and 3300�m from the Vijaydurg-Karwar sector off the central west coast of India were analyzed for benthic foraminifera. A total of 386 benthic foraminifera ...