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Marine minerals in the Indian perspective
(Department of Ocean Development, New Delhi, India, 1994)
Ammolagena clavata (Jones and Parker, 1860), an agglutinated benthic foraminiferal species - first report from the Recent sediments, Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean region
(Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research, 2004)
The rare presence of the agglutinated foraminiferal species Ammolagena clavata is presented for the first time from the Recent sediments of the Indian Ocean region. This species has previously been reported in Recent ...
Problems of global warming and role of micropaleontologists - Presidential Address
(Gondwana Geological Society, 2003)
Can bathymetry be a discriminatory factor for the distribution of benthic foraminiferal morpho-groups in modern marine sediments?
(ONGC, India, 2000)
The foraminiferal content of one hundred eight modern marine sediment samples off Vengurla-Cochin sector (ranging in water depth from 30 to 1330 m). West Coast of India was studied. A total of two hundred four foraminiferal ...
Has sea level fluctuations modulated human settlements in Gulf of Khambhat (Cambay)?
(Geological Society of India, 2002)
In the same sequence, the recent discovery of Neolithic settlements in Gulf of Khambhat is really exciting and a milestone in the field of marine archaeology. As described "the materials collected at the site include ...
Oceanographic evidences of the great floods in 2,000 and 1,500 BC documented in archaeological records
(Aditya Prakashan, New Delhi, 1992)
Based on the artifacts, a number of climatic changes in the past are documented in archaeological investigations which are reported to have been the causes for the rise and fall of human civilizations. The credibility of ...
Recent foraminifera along west coast of India: Restrospect, perspect and prospect
(Indian Academy of Geoscience, 1995)
An immense quantum of work on foraminifera is being carried out in Indian waters by various research centers and universities. However, a thorough review of the foraminiferal studies from Indian waters is yet to be amde. ...
Difference in optimum temperature for growth and reproduction in benthic foraminifer Rosalina globularis: Implications for paleoclimatic studies
The seawater temperature is an important physical parameter that affects marine benthic community. The effect of seawater temperature however is not consistent throughout various groups of marine benthos. Here, juvenile ...
Oxygen minimum seafloor ecological (mal) functioning
Although organic matter (OM) settling on the seafloor is generally rapidly recycled, a key ecological process, large scale burial events manifest itself in the marine sedimentary record as organic carbon (Corg)-rich layers. ...
Benthic foraminifera as proxy for oxygen-depleted conditions off the central west coast of India
(The Geological Society of India, 2007)
In order to study the response of benthic foraminifera, especially the rectilinear bi- and tri-serial benthic foraminifera (RBF) to oxygen-depleted conditions from the Arabian Sea off central west coast of India, 103 surface ...