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Geochemical trends in the sediments and manganese nodules from a part of the Central Indian Basin
(Geological Society of India, 1994)
Geochemical analyses of eighteen surface sediments samples collected from an area between 1 degree-15 degrees S latitudes and 73 degrees-87 degrees E longitudes exhibit significant variation in their chemical ...
On the surficial sediments of the fresh water Naini Lake, Kumaun Himalaya, India
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1994)
The 1.4 km long and 0.45-0.25 km wide crescent shaped Naini Lake in the Nainital District of Kumaun Himalaya, India is divided by an east-west running transverse Central Ridge into two sub-basins. These northwest and ...
Radiolarian abundance and geochemistry of the surface-sediments from the Central Indian Basin: Inferences to Antarctic bottom water current
(Current Science Association, 1994)
The distribution trend of numbers of radiolarian shells/gram dry sediment, biogenic silica, organic carbon, and the carbon/nitrogen ratios in the surface sediments of the Central Indian Basin is similar. Ratios of two ...
Chemistry of surface sediment along a north-south transect across the equator in the Central Indian Basin: An assessment of biogenic and detrital influences on elemental burial on the seafloor
The detailed chemistry of the surface sediment collected along a north-south transect across the equator in the Central Indian Ocean suggest that: biogenic sedimentation north of equator is dominated by carbonate ooze and ...