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Assessing landslide susceptibility using Bayesian probability-based weight of evidence model
This study aims to demonstrate the application of a Bayesian probability-based weight of evidence model to map landslide susceptibility in the Tevankarai stream watershed, Kodaikkanal, India. SlopeExpand
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ECOLOGY OF THE BLUE CRAB PORTUNUS PELAGICUS (LINNAEUS) AND ITS POTENTIAL FISHERY IN ZUARI ESTUARY
The occurrence of the tblue cra'b Portill/IIS peiagicils was studied from December 1972 to April 1973 in Zuari estuary. Environmerital parameters, 'liz., temperature, saHnity, oxygen, lightExpand
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Landslide susceptibility analysis using Probabilistic Certainty Factor Approach: A case study on Tevankarai stream watershed, India
This paper reports the use of a GIS based Probabilistic Certainty Factor method to assess the geo-environmental factors that contribute to landslide susceptibility in Tevankarai Ar sub-watershed,Expand
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Distribution of arsenic and mercury in subtropical coastal beachrock, Gulf of Mannar, India
An assessment of coastal pollution was made on the basis of trace element concentrations (arsenic — As, mercury — Hg) in the Gulf of Mannar. The beachrock samples were collected along the coastalExpand
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Depositional environment of sediments along the Southern coast of Tamil Nadu, India
Grain size studies of sediments from beaches in the region from Mandapam to Kanyakumari, divided into 5 sectors, indicate that sediments are unimodal to polymodal in nature, coarse to fine grained,Expand
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Wave refraction patterns and their role in sediment redistribution along South Konkan, Maharashtra, India
Wave refraction studies were undertaken for the nearshore sediments of four bays, Wada Vetye, Ambolgarh, Rajapur and Vijaydurg along the Konkan coast, Maharashtra, Central west coast of India, toExpand
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Coastal processes of Central Tamil Nadu, India: clues from grain size studies
The sediments of the beaches along the central coast of Tamil Nadu from Pondicherry to Vedaranyam were studied for their textural variation. 108 sediment samples collected from the low-, mid-, andExpand
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Coastal Placer Deposits of Central Tamil Nadu, India
ABSTRACT Placer mineral exploration has been undertaken along the beach of Central Tamil Nadu coast from Pondicherry to Vedaranyam. On the basis of the drainage network, geomorphology, and theExpand
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Surface microtextures of quartz grains from the central coast of Tamil Nadu
Quartz grain surface micro textures of 12 samples collected from the beach were examined under scanning electron microscopy to understand the role of coastal processes on their transportation andExpand
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