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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 ...
Submarine silicic volcanism: Processes and products
(Indian Society for Earth, Planetary and Environmental Sciences (ISEPES), Odisha, 2012)
The occurrence of submarine silicic volcanics is rare at the mid-oceanic ridges, abyssal depths, seamounts and fracture zones. Hydrothermal processes are active in submarine silicic environments and are associated with ...
Underwater investigations off Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu, India
(Indian Academy of Sciences, 2004)
Mahabalipuram, the famous centre of Pallava art and architecture, is situated on the coast of Tamil Nadu, India. The local traditions and the foreign accounts vividly refer to the submergence of six temples out of seven ...
Sea-Level Rise by 2100
ASEAN-India Cooperation Project on �Extent of Transfer of Alien Invasive Organisms in South/Southeast Asia Region by Shipping�
(ASEAN Committee on Science and Technology (COST), 2018)
A brief background of events leading to the successful implementation of the first�ASEAN-India project on marine sciences is provided. Coordinated by India and Singapore, the project,�entitled �Extent of transfer of alien ...
Characterization of seafloor pockmark seepage of hydrocarbons employing fractal: A case study from the western continental margin of India
A quantitative technique is applied to describe the seafloor seepages based on the multi-beam backscatter and bathymetric investigations to characterize the pockmark morphology. The variable seafloor backscatter strength ...
Monsoonal effects on beach and offshore sediments from kalbadevi bay, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra state, India.
(DAV publisher, 2014)
Sediment samples representing the beach and offshore area of Kalbadevi Bay, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra were studied for different seasons along three east-west beach profiles (BP-01, BP-02 and BP-03) which covered berm, dune, ...
Mineralogical and geochemical aspects of the marine sediments off Goa
(Geological Society of Goa, 2009)
The state of Goa has a 105 km long ria-type coastline and the morphometric analysis of major rivers indicate submergence of land mass in relation to the offshore region. In the coastal region, mineral assemblage of Morgim ...
Biogeochemistry of the North Indian Ocean
(Indian National Science Academy, 2006)
Biogeochemistry is a subject wherein geochemical and biological processes occurring in the upper layers of the Earth, including atmosphere, are studied together. Many of the climatically important gases influencing the ...
Impact of river discharge on the coastal water pH and pCO<sub>2</sub> levels during the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) years in the western Bay of Bengal
Monthly variations in inorganic carbon components during January 2010–December 2011 in the coastal Bay of Bengal (BoB) were studied in relation to the variations in Godavari River (GR) discharge using ship board measurements, ...