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Structural Characteristics of the Andaman Forearc Inferred from Interpretation of Multichannel Seismic Reflection Data
The Andaman Forearc Basin (AFB) is asymmetric in configuration and filled with a ∼6 km-thick pile of Neogene to Recent sediments (∼4 s in two-way travel time: TWT) with distinct zonation. It showsExpand
First evidence of denitrification vis-à-vis monsoon in the Arabian Sea since Late Miocene
The first record of denitrification evolution since Late Miocene is presented in the Eastern Arabian Sea, where the SAM generates moderate surface water productivity, based on the samples retrieved during the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) Expedition 355. Expand
Mechanism of crustal extension in the Laxmi Basin, Arabian Sea
Abstract Continental rifting and magmatism has been extensively studied worldwide as it is believed that continental rifting, break up of continents and associated magmatism lead to genesis of newExpand
Offshore Extension of Deccan Traps in Kachchh, Central Western India: Implications for Geological Sequestration Studies
The Deccan basalts in central western India are believed to occupy large onshore–offshore area. Using geophysical and geological observations, onshore sub-surface structural information has beenExpand
Arabian Sea Monsoon: Deep sea drilling in the Arabian Sea: Constraining tectonic-monsoon interactions in South Asia
The Arabian Sea in the northern Indian Ocean pre-serves regional sedimentary records of rifting, tectonic subsidence, and paleoceanographic history, and also provides archives of long-term erosion ofExpand
Active Channel Systems in the Middle Indus Fan: Results from High-Resolution Bathymetry Surveys
Multibeam swath bathymetry survey was carried out in the middle Indus fan region in the eastern Arabian Sea. Using high-resolution bathymetry data, major morphological features such as the RamanExpand
Structural imaging of Mesozoic sediments of Kachchh, India, and their hydrocarbon prospects
Travel-time modelling of first and second arrivals has been used to produce P-wave velocity models of the shallow sub-surface structure of Kachchh, India, using new wide-angle reflection/refractionExpand
Seismic imaging of Paleogene sediments of Kachchh Shelf (western Indian margin) and their correlation with sea-level fluctuations
Abstract The sedimentary history of Kachchh offshore (central western Indian margin), especially since the eruption of the Deccan Traps (∼65 Ma), has remained scantily studied despite an area withExpand
Fluctuations of Mediterranean Outflow Water circulation in the Gulf of Cadiz during MIS 5 to 7: Evidence from benthic foraminiferal assemblage and stable isotope records
Abstract We studied variations in benthic foraminiferal assemblages and δ 13 C for the last 225 kyr at IODP site U1387 which is currently bathed by upper core of the Mediterranean Outflow WaterExpand
Cenozoic sedimentation in the Mumbai Offshore Basin: Implications for tectonic evolution of the western continental margin of India
Abstract Interpretation of multichannel seismic reflection data along the Mumbai Offshore Basin (MOB) revealed the tectonic processes that led to the development of sedimentary basins during CenozoicExpand