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Study of sub-surface sediments from northern Indian Ocean: Oceanic responses to climatic changes
(Palaeontol. Soc. India, 1994)
The mean diameter and variation in isotopic composition (delta sup(18)) in thest of Orbulina universa d'Orbigny have been measured in a sediment core collected from 3869 m water depth near the Carlsberg Ridge, northern ...
Marine sediments and palaeoclimatic variations since the Late Pleistocene: An overview for the Arabian Sea
(Geol. Soc. India, Bangalore, 1995)
A large number of surfacial and sub-surface sediments from the Arabian Sea have been studied to enhance our understanding of palaeoclimatic variations over the Indian region. Bsically the surficial sediments have been ...
Holocene sea level fluctuations on western Indian continental margin: An update
(Geological Society of India, 1995)
A new Holocene curve is generated for the western Indian continental margin. While constructing this curve careful selection of the dates were made by giving due considerations to the genetic characteristics of the dated ...
Sea level fluctuations: Inferences from religious and archaeological records and their oceanographic evidences
(Society for Marine Archaeology, India, 1990)
Revealing monsoonal variability of the last 2,500 years over India using sedimentological and foraminiferal proxies
A 2-m-long, shallow-water sediment core, representing the last 2,500 years, collected from the tropical Arabian Sea from the inner shelf (22 m water depth) off Karwar (Karnataka, India) near the mouth of the Kali River, ...
Marine minerals in the Indian perspective
(Department of Ocean Development, New Delhi, India, 1994)
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 ...
Fluctuating sea levels off Bombay (India) between 14,500 and 10,000 years before present
(Current Science Association, Bangalore, India, 1992)
A 26.5-metre-long core collected from the outer-shelf area off Bombay (India) at 75 m water depth showed ooids and shallow-water benthic foraminifera all along the core. The presence of these well-known indicators of ...