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Organic carbon and humic acids in sediments of the Arabian Sea and factors governing their distribution
Organic carbon and humic acids in the sediments of the Arabian Sea show distinct regional variations to the south and north of 15~'N latitude. Significant variations are also observed from the shelf to the slope regions. ...
Beach processes between Mulgund and Shiroda, west coast of India
Study on beach processes for an year shows seasonal changes without annual net erosion. The beaches are stable and regain the maximum profiles during February to April. Distribution of longshore current direction is not ...
On the surficial sediments of the fresh water Naini Lake, Kumaun Himalaya, India
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1994)
The 1.4 km long and 0.45-0.25 km wide crescent shaped Naini Lake in the Nainital District of Kumaun Himalaya, India is divided by an east-west running transverse Central Ridge into two sub-basins. These northwest and ...
Radiolarian abundance and geochemistry of the surface-sediments from the Central Indian Basin: Inferences to Antarctic bottom water current
(Current Science Association, 1994)
The distribution trend of numbers of radiolarian shells/gram dry sediment, biogenic silica, organic carbon, and the carbon/nitrogen ratios in the surface sediments of the Central Indian Basin is similar. Ratios of two ...
Behavior of rare earth elements in coexisting manganese macronodules, micronodules, and sediments from the central Indian Basin
(Taylor and Francis, 1994)
Associated manganese macronodules, micronodules, and sediments from the Central Indian Basin (CIB) were analyzed for major, trace, and rare earth elements (REE) to understand REE carrier phases and their fractionation ...
Geochemical trends in the sediments and manganese nodules from a part of the Central Indian Basin
(Geological Society of India, 1994)
Geochemical analyses of eighteen surface sediments samples collected from an area between 1 degree-15 degrees S latitudes and 73 degrees-87 degrees E longitudes exhibit significant variation in their chemical ...