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Seafloor spreading magnetic anomalies south off Sri Lanka
Abstract Results obtained from compilation and reinterpretation of about 21,200 line km of bathymetry, magnetic and satellite gravity data between 10°S to 10°N latitudes and 75 to 90°E longitudesExpand
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Seafloor spreading magnetic anomalies in the Enderby Basin, East Antarctica
Abstract The timing of the early separation of India from the contiguous Antarctica–Australia is still an unresolved problem although it is well established that Antarctica and India formed a singleExpand
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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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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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Seabed morphology and gas venting features in the continental slope region of Krishna–Godavari basin, Bay of Bengal: Implications in gas-hydrate exploration
Abstract Increased oil and gas exploration activity has led to a detailed investigation of the continental shelf and adjacent slope regions of Mahanadi, Krishna–Godavari (KG) and Cauvery basins,Expand
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Geophysical signatures over and around the northern segment of the 85°E Ridge, Mahanadi offshore, Eastern Continental Margin of India: Tectonic implications
Abstract The nature and origin of the subsurface 85°E Ridge in the Bay of Bengal has remained enigmatic till date despite several theories proposed by earlier researchers. We reinterpreted theExpand
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Analysis of multi-channel seismic reflection 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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Multidisciplinary investigations exploring indicators of gas hydrate occurrence in the Krishna–Godavari Basin offshore, east coast of India
We report some main results of multidisciplinary investigations carried out within the framework of the Indian National Gas Hydrate Program in 2002–2003 in the Krishna–Godavari Basin offshore sector,Expand
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Gas hydrate-related proxies inferred from multidisciplinary investigations in the Indian offshore areas
The presence of gas hydrates along the Indian continental margins has been speculated by earlier workers based on the identification of Bottom Simulating Reflection (BSR) on the multichannel seismicExpand
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