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Heavy mineral variation in the deep sea sediment of southeastern Arabian Sea during the past 32 kyr
Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Earth and Planetary Sciences
The present study is based on heavy mineral assemblages (HM) of top 104-cm thick section of gravity core SK 221 (Lat. 8 • 7.12 N; Long. 73 • 16.38 E and water depth -2188 m) located near the Chagos-Laccadive Ridge in the southeastern Arabian Sea to evaluate the provenance and paleoenvironmental changes during the last 32 kyr. The biogenic carbonate, acid insoluble residue, magnetic susceptibility, total organic carbon (TOC) and clay based humidity index, i.e., kaolinite/illite ratio are alsodoi:10.1007/s12040-015-0546-0 fatcat:37lqymcbnvdydad5u6zueutkci