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Fractal dimension and b-value mapping in northeast India
#The present study on C. versicolor revealed that there is no relationship between internalized yolk mass and maternal body size and mass, and clutch mass, but is si gnificantly influenced byExpand
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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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Geoelectric investigations in Bakreswar geothermal area, West Bengal, India
Abstract A cluster of hot springs in Bakreswar geothermal area, which belongs to the Chotanagpur Gneissic Complex in the eastern part of Peninsular India, is characterised by varying temperature andExpand
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Seismicity and tectonics of the Bay of Bengal: Evidence for intraplate deformation of the northern Indian plate
Abstract Seismicity and fault plane solutions of several earthquakes in the Bay of Bengal have been studied to focus attention on the nature of intraplate deformation in the northern Indian plate. AExpand
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3-D seismic structure of the northeast India region and its implications for local and regional tectonics
Abstract In this study we attempted to estimate 3-D P-wave velocity structure of northeast India region using the first arrival data of local earthquakes that were recorded by about 77Expand
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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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Seasonal variations in the isotopes of oxygen and hydrogen in geothermal waters from Bakreswar and Tantloi, Eastern India: implications for groundwater characterization
Abstract δ18O and δD values of non-thermal and thermal waters from the Bakreswar and Tantloi geothermal areas indicate a meteoric origin for the thermal springs. Both non-thermal and thermal watersExpand
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Mixing hydrology and chemical equilibria in Bakreswar geothermal area, Eastern India
Abstract A group of alkaline thermal springs of Bakreswar, having varying temperatures (45–71 °C) and identical compositions emerges through a nearly N–S trending fault in the gneissic basement. TheExpand
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Relocation of earthquakes in the Northeast Indian region using joint hypocentre determination method
CURRENT SCIENCE, VOL. 89, NO. 8, 25 OCTOBER 2005 *For correspondence. (e -mail: gsicgd@cal2.vsn l.net.in) 16. Majumdar, K., Curr. Sci ., 2004, 86 , 1288 –1292. 17. Beroza, G. C. and Ellsworth, W. L.,Expand
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