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Paleogene plate tectonic evolution of the Arabian and Eastern Somali basins
Abstract We review previous models for the Paleogene tectonic evolution of the Arabian and Eastern Somali basins and present a model based on a new compilation of magnetic and gravity data. UsingExpand
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Analyses of multichannel seismic reflection, gravity and magnetic data along a regional profile across the central-western continental margin of India
Abstract Analyses of multichannel seismic reflection, gravity, magnetic and bathymetry data along a regional profile across the central-western continental margin of India have revealed theExpand
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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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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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Evidence of paleo–cold seep activity from the Bay of Bengal, offshore India
[1] We report evidence of paleo–cold seep associated activities, preserved in methane-derived carbonates in association with chemosynthetic clams (Calyptogena sp.) from a sediment core in theExpand
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Shallow gas charged sediments off the Indian west coast: Genesis and distribution
Abstract Geophysical and geochemical surveys were carried out off Goa, central west coast of India, to understand the genesis and distribution of shallow gases in marine sediments. Shallow gasExpand
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Geologic implications of gas hydrates in the offshore of India: Results of the National Gas Hydrate Program Expedition 01
Abstract The Indian National Gas Hydrate Program Expedition 01 (NGHP-01) is designed to study the occurrence of gas hydrate along the passive continental margin of the Indian Peninsula and in theExpand
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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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Estimation of seismic attenuation of gas hydrate bearing sediments from multi-channel seismic data: A case study from Krishna–Godavari offshore basin
Seismic attenuation of gas hydrate bearing sediments is estimated from the multi-channel seismic data acquired in Krishna-Godavari (KG) offshore basin in the vicinity of Site NGHP-01-10, where ~128 mExpand
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Seismic characterization of hydrates in faulted, fine‐grained sediments of Krishna‐Godavari basin: Unified imaging
[1] A combination of diffusion and advection in fine grained sediments can create a patchy Bottom Simulating Reflector (BSR) which has little to no apparent correlation with the overlying hydrateExpand
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