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Several cores from Krishna-Godavari (Western Bay of Bengal) and Goa (Eastern Arabian Sea) basins have been studied for pore water sulfate concentrations in order to understand and contrast the diagenetic processes. K-G sediments differ markedly from Goa sediments in pore water sulfate gradients and depth-integrated sulfate reduction rates. Significantly higher sulfate reduction rates in K-G sediments (3.6 to 15.8 nmol cm -2 day -1 ), compared to that in Goa sediments (0.011 to 0.94 nmol cm -2doi:10.2343/geochemj.41.259 fatcat:j4bgkn2b7rdsfezlk7f3pwznzq