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Geochemistry of surficial sediments along the central southwest coast of India - Seasonal changes in regional distribution
(Coastal Education and Reserch Foundation, 2003)
The coastal sediments (129 samples) of central- southwest coast of India, in and around Cochin, the second biggest industrial city along the west coast of India, were analyzed for their textural and geochemical fractions ...
Sediment boron and its relation to sediment properties in a tropical estuary
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1988)
Boron in the sediments of Mandovi estuary varied from 8.0 to 258.0 ppm with an average of 118 ppm. It showed an inverse relation to the texture of sediments and was found to be concentrated in silt and clay fraction with ...
Trace Metal Levels in the Sediments of the Cochin Backwaters
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1982)
Levels of Cu, Mn, Co, Ni and Zn at four stations in the northern arm of the Cochin backwaters, Kerala, India, which runs through an industrial belt is reported. All metals showed some degree of variation over the area ...
Studies on beach changes at Visakhapatnam
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1981)
Various factors controlling the coastal processes at 7.5 km long Visakhapatnam Beach were investigated in detail. Studies reveal that the depositional and erosional phases differ from place to place along this coast. Major ...
Indian summer monsoon variability during the Holocene as recorded in sediments of the Arabian Sea: Timing and implications
Indian monsoon precipitation fluctuated significantly during the Holocene and a reliable reconstruction of the timing of the events and their implications is of great benefit to our understanding of the effect and response ...