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Evidence for seafloor spreading in the Laxmi Basin, northeastern Arabian Sea
Abstract Marine magnetic anomaly data from the Laxmi Basin for the first time reveal the presence of fairly correlatable NNW-trending magnetic lineations. These magnetic lineations are symmetricExpand
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Nature of the crust in the Laxmi Basin (14°–20°N), western continental margin of India
[1] The nature of the crust in the Laxmi Basin, western margin of India, is an uncertain issue; more importantly, this has implications on paleogeographic reconstructions of the western Indian Ocean.Expand
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Geoid and gravity anomaly data of conjugate regions of Bay of Bengal and Enderby Basin: New constraints on breakup and early spreading history between India and Antarctica
[1] Timing of breakup of the Indian continent from eastern Gondwanaland and evolution of the lithosphere in the Bay of Bengal still remain as ambiguous issues. Geoid and free-air gravity data of BayExpand
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Morphological features in the Bay of Bengal
Bengal Fan is one of the world's largest submarine fans having an area of 2.8-3.0 xl0 6 sq.km. It extends from Ganges/Brahmaputra delta around 20° N latitude to south of 7° S, with a maximum width ofExpand
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Crustal evolution and sedimentation history of the Bay of Bengal since the Cretaceous (Paper 97JB01339)
Multichannel seismic reflection, gravity, magnetic, and bathymetric investigations were made along five latitudinal profiles from the eastern shelf of India to the Andaman shelf and four NW-SEExpand
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Mesozoic anomalies in the Bay of Bengal
Abstract The analysis of 8200 line km of total magnetic intensity data in the Bay of Bengal, northeastern Indian Ocean, revealed the presence of approximately N30°E-trending seafloor spreading typeExpand
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Analysis of multi-channel seismic refection and magnetic data along 13° N latitude across the bay of bengal
Analysis of the multi-channel seismic reflection, magnetic and bathymetric data collected along a transect, 1110 km long parallel to 13° N latitude across the Bay of Bengal was made. The transect isExpand
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The Tectonic origin of the Bay of Bengal and Bangladesh
We are able to decipher the tectonic evolution of the Bay of Bengal, a puzzle which has not been satisfactorily solved in the past, and we are also able to shed new light on origin of the buried 85°EExpand
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Crustal structure and tectonics of the Ninetyeast Ridge from seismic and gravity studies
Seismic reflection and refraction, gravity, and bathymetric data across and along the central part of the Ninetyeast Ridge were analyzed to determine the crustal structure of the ridge and toExpand
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Tectonics of the Ninetyeast Ridge derived from spreading records in adjacent oceanic basins and age constraints of the ridge
[1] Analysis of new and existing geophysical data for the Central Indian and Wharton Basins of the Indian Ocean were used to understand the formation and evolution of the Ninetyeast Ridge (NER),Expand
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