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Marine minerals in the Indian perspective
(Department of Ocean Development, New Delhi, India, 1994)
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. ...
A note on the laboratory culture of benthic foraminifera collected from nearshore region off Goa, India
(The Palaeontological Society of India, 1996)
A laboratory culture programme is established to extend credibility to foraminiferal-based techniques being used to generate the high-resolution proxy records for palaeoclimatic reconstruction. In order to obtain living ...
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 ...
Potentiality of foraminifera in deciphering paleo-sea levels
(Omega Scientific Publishers, New Delhi, India, 1996)
Recently, the quest for paleo-sea levels during the Holocene became intense because of their use in developing accurate predictive models in connection with the accelerated sea level rise associated with the greenhouse ...
Foraminifera and changing pattern of monsoon rainfall
(Current Science Association, Bangalore, India, 1993)
The palaeomonsoonal history can be reconstructed utilizing climatically sensitive properties of marine microorganisms; foraminifera. The results show a major boundary at 3500 years B.P. and periods of rather low precipitation ...
Sea level fluctuations: Inferences from religious and archaeological records and their oceanographic evidences
(Society for Marine Archaeology, India, 1990)