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Grain size studies on the nearshore sediments of Jaigad, Ambwah and Varvada Bays, Maharashtra
(Geological Society of India, 1997)
Bivariate plots of the textural parameter data suggest overlapping environments, such as river/beach to JB, beach/dune/river to AB and dune/beach to VB sediments.
Verdine and glaucony facies from surficial sediments of the eastern continental margin of India
The present paper reports the first mineralogical description of green grains (verdine and glaucony) from sediments of the eastern continental margin of India. Only 24 of the 82 sediment samples studied, at depths between ...
Granulometric analyses of pelites using a sedigraph: Examples from a Volcano-sedimentary environment
(Geological Society of India, 1993)
This article presents granulometric data of pelites (less than 40 microns) of mixed composition from a volcano-sedimentary environment. The sedigraph serves as an useful tool in the analyses of silt-clay fraction of marine ...
Physical properties of a long sediment core from the central Indian Basin
(Geological Survey and Mines Bureau, Dehiwala, Sri Lanka, 1997)
In a 7.5 m-long box core, collected at 9 degrees S and 77 degrees E from 5400 m water depth from the Central Indian Basin, geotechnical properties clearly reflect the Plio-Pleistocene boundary. It is marked by a drastic ...
Seasonal changes of the sediment size distribution and stability along the beaches of Kerala, south west coast of India
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1996)
Mean grain size distribution under different environmental conditions along the coast of Kerala showed considerable spatial variation (0.14-0.96 mm). Standard deviation values indicated a very well sorted class along all ...