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Magnetic lineations in the Central Indian Basin for the period A24-A21: a study in relation to the Indian Ocean Triple junction trace
A detailed study of magnetics and bathymetry was carried out in the Central Indian Basin between latitudes 9 degrees S and 16 degrees 30'E and longitudes 73 degrees E and 79 degrees 30'E. The observed east-west trending ...
Use of swath data in realtime navigation by pattern recognition
A new method is proposed with the aim of reducing dead reckoning error (DRE) during multibeam echosounding survey in deep ocean. Bathymetric data is used in this method to estimate DRE in position fixing. This method can ...
Living benthonic foraminifera in a tidal environment: Gulf of Khambhat (India)
Living benthonic foraminifera from the top one centimeter layer from 23 surface sediment samples have been studied. Samples were collected from the tidally affected inner shelf off the Daman Bombay sector of the Arabian ...
On the possibility of high-velocity tidal sterams as dynamic barriers to longshore sediment transport: evidence from the continental shelf off the Gulf of Kutch, India
Differences in the bathymetry, bottom topography and the abundance of mica and clay minerals on the continental shelf north and south of the Gulf of Kutch, a macrotidal bay, indicate the presence of two distinct sedimentary ...
Holocene marine transgression as interpreted from bathymetry and sand grain size parameters off Gopalpur
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1989)
Grain size statistical parameters of the surface sediment samples collected from the innershelf off Gopalpur were calculated using graphic and moment methods. Fine-grained sand present up to 15 m water depth shows symmetrical ...
A shallow seismic reflection study of the Gulf of Kutch, northwest India - Observations on its structural evolution
A study of echosounding (678 line km) and shallow seismic reflection (180 line km) records of the E-W trending Gulf of Kutch, India showed the following features: The gulf margins in the east, and partly in the southeast ...