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Sediment depositional environment in some bays in Central west coast of India
Sediments in Kalbadevi and Mirya Bays are well sorted while those in Ratnagiri Bay are poorly sorted. Mean size of the sediments varies among the bays. Sediments in Kalbadevi Bay are both positively and negatively skewed ...
On the occurrence of ferromanganese micronodules from the sediments of the Bengal Fan: A high terrigenous sediment input region
Studies of 13 samples (10 surface sediments and 3 cores) from across the middle fan region of the Bay of Bengal reveal the presence of micronodules (area 0.22 million km@u2@@) over the entire bay. These micronodules have ...
Sandwaves of the Gulf of Khambhat
In the Gulf of Khambhat (Gujarat, India) the best formed sandwaves are seen in the west close to the Eastern Sand Bank. With increasing clay content and clay cover of the sea bed, the sandwaves become poorly formed. In the ...
Effect of waves in the redistribution of sediments along the Konkan coast
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1986)
From the wave refraction diagrams it is delineated that the Jaigad Head and Warori Bluff are the zones of wave energy convergence and the Narvan and Ambwah bays the areas of wave energy divergence. The presence of two ...