Dr. M. S. Srinivasan

Professor Emeritus
Ph.D ( Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand )
Contact Information:
Telephone; +91-542-2311887(R) Fax: +91 542-2368174
Email Id:mssrinivasan@rediffmail.com

 
 
Academic Qualifications:
 
S. No.DegreeInstitutionYear
1.M.Sc.Banaras Hindu University1960
2.Ph. D.Victoria University, New Zealand 1965
 
Area of specialization/awards/achievements:
 

Teaching Interest : Oceanic, Micropaleontology, Oceanography, Stratigraphy, Marine Geology, Paleoclimatology

Research Interest : Micropaleontology,Oceanicbiostratigraphy,Chemostratigraphy Paleoceanography & Paleoclimatology. Opening and closing of gateways/seaways and their impact on global climate.

 
Any additional information:
 
  • Joined Geology Department, Banaras Hindu University as Faculty member in 1960 and served as Professor from 1983 to 2001 and serving as Professor Emeritus since 2003.
  • Visiting Scientist at the Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, USA from 1972 to 1974 and 1979 to 1981.
  • Worked in other reputed international institutes in New Zealand, USA, Japan, Canada, The Netherlands, U.K., Russia and Thailand. Leading Member of Several International and National Research Programmes.
  • Initiated a systematic marine micropaleontological and paleocenographic studies and deep sea research in India. Participated as shipboard scientist in a number of International Scientific Cruises including the Deep Sea Drilling Project, onboard D/V Glomar Challenger in the southwest Pacific. Established the Micropaleontology ,paleoceanography, Marine Geology and SEM laboratories in the department
  • Served many International and National academic bodies /committees (IUGS, IGCP programmes, CPNS Working Group, SCOR, DST, New Delhi, DOD, New Delhi, CSIR, New Delhi, UGC, New Delhi, ONGC, BSIP, Lucknow, WIHG, Dehradun) on various capacities.

    Administrative Experience:

  • Convener, Indian Colloquium on Micropaleontology & Stratigraphy at Varanasi, 1976.
  • Head, Department of Geology, Banaras Hindu University from 1984 to 1986.
  • Organising Secretary, Annual Meeting of the Indian Academy of Sciences at Varanasi, 1986.
  • Co-ordinator DSA, COSIST and SAP Programmes of the UGC, Department of Geology, BHU, from 1986 to 1994 and 1997 to 2000.
  • Director, Academic Staff College, BHU, from 1991 to 1993
 
Distinctions and Awards:
 

Fellow, Indian National Science Academy (FNA), New Delhi Fellow, Indian Academy of Sciences (FASc), Bangalore. Fellow, National Academy of Sciences India (FNASc), Allahabad Fellow, Third World Academy of Sciences (FTWAS), Trieste, Italy Recipient of Swami Pranavanand Saraswati Award in Environmental Science and Ecology, instituted by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi-1998. Recipient of Hari Om Ashram Trust Award, instituted by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi-1994. Recipient of Prof. L. Rama Rao Medal for significant contributions to oceanic biostratigraphy and aspects of Marine Geology and Oceanography, 1988. Recipient of First Malaviya Memorial Trust Senior Academic Award instituted by the Banaras Hindu University for significant contributions to Earth Sciences, 1986. Recipient of UGC National Lecturer Award in Geology, 1984-1985. Recipient of La-Touche Medal for securing first position in order of merit in MSc. Geology Examination at BHU, 1960

 

A. Full List of Publications in International Journal of repute:

 

  1. A Preliminary Note on the Geology of Chilla-Naula Area, Dist. Almora, U.P.; B.H.U. Sci. Res. Jour., vol. 11, no. 1, (1961) pp. 118-124.
  2. Copper in India; B.H.U. Sci. Res. Jour., vol. 11, no. 1,(1961) pp. 131-138.
  3. Geology in India; PRAJNA B.H.U. Jour., pt. 7,(1962) pp. 40-64 (with I. C. Pande and V. D. Shukla).
  4. Eocene/Oligocene Boundary in New Zealand; Nature, U.K., vol. 207, no. 4996,(1965) pp. 514-515
  5. Descriptions of New Species and Notes on Texconomy of Forasminifera from ther Upper Eocene and Lower Oligocene of New Zealand; Trans. Roy. Soc. N .Z. Geol., vol. 3, no. 17,(1966) pp. 231-256.
  6. Foraminifera and Age of the Type section of the Tahuian Stage; N.Z. Jour. Geol. Geoph., vol. 9, no. 4, (1966)pp. 504-512.
  7. Middle Eocene to Oligocene Foraminifera, Tuki Tuki Rover, Hawkes’s Bay; N.Z. Zour. Geol. Geoph. Vol. 10, no. 4, (1967) pp. 982-988.
  8. Planktonic Foraminifera from the Kopili Formation (Late Eocene) Assam, India (Abst.); Seminar Geol. Of N.E. India,(1967) p. 14 (with S. S. Srivasatava).
  9. Late Eocene and Early Oligocene planktonic Foraminifera from Port Elizabetth and Cape Foulwind, New Zealand; Cushman Found. Foram. Res., Contr. U.S.A., vol. 19, pt. 4, (1968)pp. 142-159.
  10. Andaman-Nicobar Island; A Future Petroleum Source for India; Oil and Gas News, New Delhi, April,(1968) pp. 19-21.
  11. The Status of the Late Tertiary Foraminifera of Car Nicobar Described by Schwager in 1866; Micropaleontology, U.S.A., vol. 15, no. 1,(1969) pp. 107-110 (with V. Sharma).
  12. A new Planktonic Foraminifera from the Late Tertiary of Car Nicobar Island, Bay of Bengal; Cushman Found. Foram. Res. Contr. U.S.A., vol. 20, pt. 3,(1969) pp. 100-101 (with V. Sharma).
  13. Miocene Foraminifera from the Hut Bay, Little Andaman Island, Bay of Bengal; Cushman Found. Foram. Res. Contr., U.S.A., vol. 20, pt. 30,(1969) pp. 102-105.
  14. Some Late Eocene-Early Oligocene Lineages of Globigreinacea in New Zealand; Bull. Indian Geol. Assoc., vol. 2, no. 1 & 2, (1969)pp. 27-30, pls. 1,2.
  15. Present status of Micropaleontology in India; BHAUMIKI (in Hindi), vol. 1, no. A,(1969) pp. 211-219.
  16. Late Neogene Biostratigraphy and Planktonic Foraminifera of Andaman-Nicobar Island, Bay of Bengal: 24th Intl. Geol. Cong. Montreal. Canada,(1972) p. 540 (with S.S. Srivasatava).
  17. Miocene-Pliocene Boundary in Andaman-Nicobar Island, Bay of Bengal: 24th Intl. Geol. Cong. Montreal. Canada, (1972)pp. 540-541 (with S. S. Srivastava).
  18. Foraminifera from Nancowry and Kamorta Islands, Bay of Bengal and some Aspects of Early Neogene Orogeny: Ind. Bull. Earth Sci. Poona, vol. 1, (1972)pp. 27-35 (with S. S. Srivastava).
  19. Stratigraphy and Microfauna of Car Nicobar Island, Bay of Bengal; Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 14, no. 1, (1973)pp. 1-11, pls. 1-3 (with V. Sharma).
  20. New Foraminifera from the Upper Miocene to Middle Pliocene of Andaman-Nicobar Islands, Bay of Bengal; Bull. Indian Geol. Assoc., vol. 6, no. 1,(1973) pp. 13-22 (with V. Sharma).
  21. Pliocene Foraminifera from Chowra Island, Bay of Bengal; Proceedings II Indian Colloq. Micropal. And Strat., Lucknow, 1972,(1973) pp. 134-143, pls. 1-3 (S.S.Srivastava).
  22. Sphaeroidinella dehiscens Datum and Miocene/Pliocene Boundary; Amer. Assoc. Petr. Geol. Bull., U.S.A., vol. 58, no. 2, (1974)pp. 304-311 (with S. S. Srivastava).
  23. A Planktonic Foraminifer Clavatorella from the Pliocene; Jour. Foram. Res., U.S.A., vol. 4, no. 2,(1974) pp. 77-79 (with J. P. Kennett).
  24. Globorotalia menardii neoflexuosa New Subspecies from the Northern Indian Ocean; Deep Sea Research, vol. 21, no. 4, (1974)pp. 321-324 (with J. P. Kennett and Allan W. H. Be’).
  25. SEM Ultrastructural Variation in Planktonic Foraminifera: Value in Evolutionary and Phenotypic Studies; Amer.Assoc. Petr. Geol. Bull., U.S.A., vol. 1,(1974) p. 86, San Antonic, U.S.A. (with J. P. Kennett).
  26. Age of Car Nicobar Foraminifera Described by Schwager in 1866; Revista Espanola de Micropaleontologia, Spain, vol. 6, no. 2,(1974) pp. 173-181 (with V. Sharma).
  27. Surface Ultrastructural and Morphological variation in the Late Cenozoic Neogloboquadrina pachyderma-dutertrei plexus: Phenotypic variation and Phylogeny, III Int. (1974) Planktonic Conf. Kiel, W. Germany (with J. P. Kennett).
  28. Surface Ultrastructural Variation in Polar Planktonic Foraminifera Neogloboquadrina pachyderma (Ehrenberg); U.S. Antartic Jour., U.S.A., vol. ix, no. 5, (1974)pp. 263-266 (with J. P. Kennett).
  29. Upper Eocene-Oligocene Benthonic Foraminifera, Port Elizabeth and Cape Foulwind, New Zealand; N.Z. Jour. Geol. Geophy., Vol. 18, no. 1, (1975)pp. 21-37 (with P. Vella).
  30. Middle Miocene Foraminifera from the Hut Bay Formation, Middle Andaman Island, Bay of Bengal; Micropaleontoligy, U.S.A., vol. 21, (1975) pp. 133-150, pl. 1-4.
  31. Status of Bolliella, Beella, Protentella and Related Genera based on surface ultrastructures; Jour. Foram. Res. U.S.A., vol. 5, no. 3,(1975) pp. 155-165, pls. 1-3, (with J. P. Kennett).
  32. Paleoceanographically controlled ultrastructural variation in Neogloboquadrina pachyderma (Ehrenberg) at DSDP Site 284, South Pacific, Initial Repts. Deep Sea Drilling Project, vol. 30,(1975) pp. 709-721, Washington D.C., U.S.A. (with J.P. Kennett).
  33. Stratigraphic occurrence of the Miocene Planktonic Foraminifera Globoquadrina dehiscens in Early Pliocene Sediments of the Indian Ocean; Revista Espanola Micropaleontologia, Spain, vol. vii, no. 1, (1975) pp. 5-14 (with J. P. Kennett).
  34. Late Neogene Biostratigraphy and Planktonic Foraminifera of Andaman-Nicobar Islands, Bay of Bengal, Late Neogene Epoch Boundaries. Edited by Saito and Burckle, Mictopaleonotology Press, U.S.A., (1975)pp. 124-161, pls. 1-9 (with S. S. Srivastava).
  35. Advances in Micropaleonotology; SEM Studies of Planktonic Foraminifera; Proceedings 4th Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat.,(1975) pp. 27-29.
  36. Late Miocene-Pliocene Planktonic Foraminifera of Guitar Island, Bay of Bengal. Proceedings 4th Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat., (1975) pp. 55-58, 1 pl. (with R. J. Azmi).
  37. A new fossil Diatom (Annellus) from Nicobar Island, Bay of Bengal. Proceedings 4th Indian Colloq. Micropal. Strat. (1975) Pp. 193-195, pl. 1, fig. 1 (with S. S. Srivastava).
  38. Evolution and phenotypic variation in the Late Cenozoic Neogloboquadrina dutertrei plexus: In Prof. Asano Commemoration volume. Progress in Micropaleontology Press, New York, U.S.A., Eds. Takayanagi and Saito, (1976)pp. 329-356, pls. 1-8 (with J. P. Kennett).
  39. Late Cenozoic planktonic foraminiferal biostartigraphy of Ritchie’s Archipelago, Andaman Sea; Proceedings of the First Pacific Neogene Congress, Tokyo, Japan, Abst. vol., (1976) pp. 195-197 (with R. J. Azmi).
  40. Contribution to the stratigraphy of Neil Island, Ritchie’s Archipelago, Andaman Sea Proc. VI Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat.,(1976) pp. 282-301, pls. 1-2 (with R. J. Azmi).
  41. New development in the Late Cenozoic Lithostratigraphy of Andaman-Nicobar Island, Bay of Bengal. Proc. VI Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat.,(1976) pp. 302-327 (with R. J. Azmi).
  42. Paleobathymetric trends of the Late Cenozoic foraminiferal assemblages of Ritchie’s Archipelago, Andaman Sea. Proc. VI Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Srat.,(1976) pp. 328-354 (with R. J. Azmi).
  43. Late Cenozoic planktonic foraminiferal succession in Little Andaman Island, Bay of Bengal, VI Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat. Abst. vol. ,(1976) pp. 22-23 (with D. N. Singh).
  44. Edited and published – Proceedings of the VI Indian Colloq. Micropal. Strat. – (1976), 408 p.
  45. Standard planktonic foraminiferal Zone of the Andaman – Nicobar Late Cenozoic. In: Recent Researches in Geology, vol. 3, (1977)pp. 23-39. Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi.
  46. Globorotalia truncatulinoides datum and Neogene/Quaternary boundary; National Seminar on Quaternary Environments. Adst. (1977)pp. 62-63, Baroda, India (with R. J. Azmi).
  47. New chronostratigraphic divisions, of the Andaman-Nicobar Late Cenozoic, In ecent Researches in Geology, vol. 4, (1978)pp. 23-36. Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi.
  48. Correlation of Late Cenozoic Marine Sections in Andaman-Nicobar and the equatorial Pacific; Stanford Univ. Publ. Geological Sciences, U.S.A., vol. XIX, (1978) pp. 55 (with R. J. Azmi).
  49. Coiling direction in Planktonic foraminifera and its value in correlation. Geoscientists Commemoration Volume, National Geogr. Jour. India, Special Volume,(1978) pp. 100-106 (with R. J. Azmi).
  50. Orbulina Datum and the Early Middle Miocene Boundary in Ritchie’s Archipelago, Andaman Sea; VII Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat., (Abst.),(1978) pp. 16, Madras (with R. J. Azmi).
  51. A contribution to the stratigrapgy of Little Andaman Island, Bay of Bengal, VII Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Stratigraphy, (Abst.),(1978) pp. 16-17, Madras (with D. N. Singh).
  52. Geology and Mineral Resources of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands; Andaman-Nicobar Information, (1979)pp. 44-52, Govt. Press Port Blair.
  53. The Neogene/Quaternary Boundary in the Marine Sequences of Andaman-Nicobar Island, Northern Indian Ocean. Review paper field Conference on Neogene / Quaternary Boundary India. Geol. Sury. India, Spec. Publ.,(1979) pp. 1-20.
  54. Correlation of Late Cenozoic Marine Sections in Andaman-Nocobar, Northern Indian Ocean and Equatorial Pacific. Jour. Paleontology U.S.A., vol. 53, no. 6,(1979) pp. 1401-1415 (with R. J. Azmi).
  55. Early Neogene volcanism in Southeast Asia: Evidence of Ash Beds from Andaman-Nicobar. GPSEA Symposium Ibaraki, Japan (1978), Geol. Paleont. SE Asia, vol. 21, (1980)pp. 229-236.
  56. Foraminiferida and Andaman-Nicobar Biostratigraphy, “BIOBIGYANAM”. Maharashtra Association for Cultivation of Science, Poona, vol. 6,(1980) pp. 51-65.
  57. Orbulina Datum and the Early/Middle Miocene boundary in Ritchie’s Archipelago, Andaman Sea. Proc. VII Indian Colloq.. Micropal. and Strat., 1978,(1980) pp. 338-405 (with R. J. Azmi).
  58. A contribution to the stratigraphy of Little Andaman Island, Bay of Bengal. Proc. VII Indian Colloq. Micropal. Strat., 1978, (1980)pp. 406-420 (with D. N. Singh).
  59. New foraminifera from the Neogene Sediments of Little Andaman Island, Bay of Bengal; Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 21, no. 8,(1980) pp. 379-386 (with D. N. Singh).
  60. Cenozoic Marine Sediments of Long Island, Andaman, Andaman Sea (Abst.) VIII Indian Colloq. Micropal. and AStrat. Baroda,(1980) pp. 24-25 (with A. Dave).
  61. Stratigrsphy and Microfauna of Outram Island, Ritchie’s Archipelogo, Andaman Sea; Proc. 3rd Indian Geol. Cong. Poona,(1980) pp. 295-307 (with C. Rajshekhar).
  62. Upper Miocene Planktonic Foraminifera from Ekti Bay, Little Andaman Island, Northern Indian Ocean (Abst.) VIII Indian Colloq. Micropal. and AStrat. Baroda,(1980) pp. 25-26 (with D. N. Singh).
  63. Surface ultrastructural variation in Neogloboquadrine pachydermaa (Ehrenberg): Phenotypic variation and phylogeny in the Late Cenozoic; O. L. zBandy Memorial Volume, Cushman Foundation Special Publication, U.S.A., no. 19,(1980) pp. 134-162 (with J. P. Kennett).
  64. Equatorial to Temperate Neogene Planktonic foraminiferal correlation and evolution: Southwest Pacific: Geol. Soc. America Annual Meeting (Abst.), Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A., (1980), p. 528 (with J. P. Kennett).
  65. Schwager’s Car Nicobar foraminifera in the Reports of the Novara Expedition – a revision; Today and Tomorrow’s Printers and Publishers, New Delhi,(1980) 83p., pl. 1-8 (with V. Sharma).
  66. Miocene foraminifera and radiolarian from the Colebrook Island, Andaman Sea (Abst.) IX Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat., Udaipur(1981) (with A. Dave)
  67. New benthic foraminifera from the Late Cenozoic of Ritche’s Archipelago, ndaman Sea. BIOVIGYANAM, Maharshtra Association for the Cultivation of Science, Poona, vol. 7,(1981) pp. 1-8 (with C. Raj Shekhar).
  68. A review of Neogene Planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy: Applications in the equatorial and south Pacific. In: Douglas and G. Winterer, “Deep Sea Drilling Project: A Decade of Progress”, SEPM special publication U.S.A., no. 32,(1981) pp. 395-432 (with J. P. Kennett).
  69. Late Neogene Planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, Suva, Fiji; Jour. Paleontology, U.S.A., vol. 55, no. 4,(1981) pp. 858-867 (with J. P. Kennett and P. Rodda).
  70. Neogene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy and evolution: Correlations between Equatorial and Subantarctic area in the South Pacific; CENOP Special Volume-Marine Micropaleontology, vol. 6,(1981) pp. 499-533 (with J. P. Kennett).
  71. Cenozoic Marine Sediments of Long Island, Andaman Sea; Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 22,(1981) no. 2, pp. 98-102 (with A. Dave).
  72. Neogene Equatorial to Subantarctic planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraaphy and Datum Levels: South Pacific (Abst.) IGCP-114, International Workshop on Pacific Neogene Biostratigraphy, Osaka, Japan, Nov. (1981), pp. 73-90 (with J. P. Kennett).
  73. Miocene Paleobiogeography of planktonic foraminiferal assemblages in the South Pacific. Geol. Soc. America Annual Meeting (Abst.), vol. 13, no. 7,(1981) p. 485, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A., 1981 (with J. P. Kennett).
  74. Variability of the Miocene Ocean; Geol. Soc. America Annual Meeting (Abst.) Cincinnati Ohio, U.S.A., (1981 )(with J. P. Kennett).
  75. Stratigraaphy and depositional environments of the Neogene limestone of Andaman-Nicobar Islands, Northern Indian Ocean; Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 22, no. 11,(1981) pp. 536-546 (with B. K. Chatterjee).
  76. Evolutionary biology of planktonic foraminifera; IIIrd North American Paleontological Convention Proceedings, vol. 1,(1982) pp. 291-293, Montreal, Canada (with J. P. Kennet and B. A. Malmgren).
  77. Late Miocene Paleoceanography of Long Island, Andaman Sea. (Abst.) X Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat. Pune,(1982) pp. 31-31 (with A. Dave).
  78. Early Miocene biostratigraphy and paleoceanography of Colebrook and North Passage Island, Andaman Sea. Indian Geological Congress (4th Session) (1982) Varanasi, (Abst.), p. 11-12 (with A. Dave).
  79. Early Miocene planktonic foraminiferal and radiolarian zonation Colebrook Island, Andaman Sea; Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 24,(1983) pp. 1-18 (with G. Lombari and A. Dave).
  80. Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg-90: The South Pacific Cenozoic; Nature, U.K., vol. 303, (May 1983), pp. 18-19 (with Scientific Staff aboard D/V Glomar Challlenger for Leg-90).
  81. Leg-90 makes latitudinal traverses in the South Pacific; GEOTIMES, U.S.A. (May 1983), vol. 28, pp. 16-19 (with Scientific Staff aboard D/V Glomar Challenger for Leg-90).
  82. The Oligocene/Miocene boundary in the South Pacific; Bull. Geol. Soc. America, U.S.A., vol. 94,(1983) pp. 789-812 (with J. P. Kennett).
  83. Summary of Deep Sea Drilling Project-Leg. 90; Bull. Geol. Soc. America, U.S.A.(1983) (with Scientific Staff aboard D/V Glomar Challenger for Leg-90).
  84. Neogene and Paleogene paleoceanography of the South Pacific: Leg-90, Geol. Soc. America Annual Meeting (Abst.)(1983). New Oeleans, U.S.A. (with Leg-90 Scientific Staff).
  85. South Pacofic paleoceanography from DSDP Leg-90 (Abst.); First International Conference on paleoceanography Zurich, Switzerland(1983) (with Leg-90 Scientific Staff).
  86. Neogene planktonic foraminiferal datum planes of the South Pacific: Mid to Equatorial latitude. In: Pacific Neogene Datum planes- contributions to biostratigraphy and chronology. Eds. N. Ikebe and R. Tsuchi, University of Tokyo Press, JAPAN,(1984) p. 11-25.
  87. The Neogene of Andaman-Nicobar. In: Pacific Neogene Datum planes-contributions to biostratigraphy and chronology. Eds. N. Lkebe and R. Tsuchi, University of Tokyo Press, JAPAN,(1984) p. 203-207.
  88. Neogene sequences of Long Island: Their Bearing on the late Miocene paleoceanography of the Andaman Sea. Proc. X. Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat. Pune,(1984) p. 433-444 (with A. Dave).
  89. Miocene sediments and Nancowry and Kamorta Islands: Thir biostratigraphic and climate record. Proc. of the XI Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat. Bull., 52, Geol. Mining and Met Soc. India, Calcutta, (1984)pp. 319-334 (with A. Dave).
  90. Miocene Calcareous Nannofossils from Colebrook, North passage and Great Nicobar Islands, Northeastern Indian Ocean. Revista Espanola de Micropaleontologia, Spain, (1984)pp. 345-366 (with Kuo-yen Wei).
  91. Quantitative biochronology of the Late Neogene of DSDP Site 587, Southwest Pacific (Abst.), XI Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat. (1984), Calcutta, (with S. K. Pant).
  92. Quantitative planktonic foraminifera biostratigraphy and paleoceanography of the Early Miocene of Colebrook Island, Andaman Sea; Proc. IV Indian Geol. Congr. Varanasi,(1985) p.645-655, Today & Tomorrow Printers and Publishers, New Delhi (with A. Dave).
  93. Miocene planktonic foraminiferal Biogeography and Paleoceanographic Developments of the Indo-Pacific region in Mem. Geol. Soc. Am. U.S.A., no. 163,(1985) p. 197-236 (with J. P. Kennett and G. Keller).
  94. Paleotectonic implications of increased Late Eocene-Early Oligocene Volcanism: South Pacific region. In: Mem. Geokl. Soc. Am. U.S.A., no. 163,(1985) p. 197-236 (with J. P. Kennett and G. Keller).
  95. Paleotectonic implications of the increased Early Miocene Volcanism: Evidence from Andaman-Nicobar Islands (Abst.); National Seminar on Tertiary Orogeny in Indian Sub-continent, Varanasi, p. 56, Oct. 1985.
  96. Deep Sea Stratigraphic Records related to the Paleoclimates; Geol. Education, vol. 1, no. 1, p. 15-24, published under COSIS-ULP in Geology, Jadavpur University, Calcutta(1985).
  97. Neogene reference sections of Andaman-Nicobar: Their bearing on volcanism, Sea floor tectonism and Global sea-level changes. In: Ophiolites and Indian Plate Margin Eds. N.C. Ghose and S. Varadarajan, S., p. 295-308, 1986, Recent Researches in Geology, vol. XII, Hindustan Publ. Co. Delhi.
  98. Initial Report of the Deep Sea drilling Project Leg-90 (in two volumes) U.S. Govt. Printing Office, Washington D.C.,(1986) p. 1-1517 (with Leg-90 Scientific Staff).
  99. Cenozoic Planktonic Firaminifera from the Equator to the Sub-Antarctic of the South-west Pacific. Initial Repts. Of the Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg-90, U.S. Govt. Printing Office, Washington D. C.,(1986) p. 795-834 (with D. G. Jenkins).
  100. Geology of Andaman-Nicobar Islands: Jour. Andaman Sci. Assoc., Port Blair, vol. 2, no. 1,(1986) p. 1-12.
  101. Indian Oceann Floor: Evolution and Paleoenvironment. In: The Indian Lithosphere, INSA Publications, New Delhi, (1986)p. 124-133, (with B. L. K. Somayajulu).
  102. Neogene biochronology and paleoceanography of the Northern Indian Ocean DSDP sites 214, 216, 216A and 217. 74th Session, Indian Sci. Congr. Bangalore, Section on Geology and Geography (Abst.),(1987) p. 19-20 (with S. N. Chaturvedi and A. K. Gupta).
  103. Neogene Sequence of Andaman-Nicobar and DSDP Sections in the Northern Indian Ocean: Their bearing on volcanism, sea floor tectonism and global sea level changes. In: Pacific Neogene Events Studies, Ed. R. Tsuchi, Shizuoka, JAPAN,(1987) p. 94-96.
  104. Neogene planktonic foraminifera Biostratigraphy of DSDP Sites along the crest of the Ninetyeast Ridge, Northern Indian Ocean; 75th Session, Indian Sci. Congr. Pune, Srctions on Geology and Geography (Abst.),(1988) pp. 10 (with S. N. Chaturvedi).
  105. Paleoceanography – 75th Session, Indian Sci. Congr. Pune. Focal Theme, Frontiers in Science and Technology,(1988) p. 21-23.
  106. Late Cenozoic sequences of Andaman-Nicobar Islands: Their regional signigicance and correlation. Indian Journal of Geology, Calcutta, vol. 60, no. 1, (1988)p. 11-34.
  107. Ophiolites/port Blair group contact in South Andaman, National Seminar on Stratigraphic boundary problem in India, Jammu (Abst.), (1988)p. 39-40 (with V. K Gairola and B. K. Chatterjee).
  108. Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary in marine sequences. National Seminar on Stratigraphic boundary problems in India, Jammu, (Abst.)(1988) p. 60-61.
  109. Neogene paleoceanographic events in the tropical Indian Ocean: Evidence from Planktonic foraminifera. Oji International Seminar for IGCP-246. “Pacific Neogene Events – their timing nature and interrelationship” Shizuoka, JAPAN, (Abst.)(1988) p. 26-37, (with S. N. Chaturvedi).
  110. Application of Stable isotope geochemistry in Paleoceanography: Evidence from Indian Ocean. In: National Seminar on Application of Geochemistry, Kolhapur, India(1988).
  111. Neogene planktonic foraminiferal biostartigraphy of DSDP Site 219 (Chagos-Laccadive Ridge). 76 th Session, Indian Sci. Congr. Madurai, Section on Geology and Geography, (Abst.),(1989) p. 19-20 (with A. D. Singh).
  112. Late Neogene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy and paleoceanography of the Southwest Pacific. 76 th Session, India Sci. Congr. Madurai, Section on Geology and Geography (Abst.),(1989) p. 20 (with D. K. Sinha).
  113. Stable isotope stratigraphy of Miocene benthic foraminifera and paleoceanography of DSDP sites along the Ninetyeast Ridge: Northern Indian Ocean. (Abst.) XIII Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat., Lucknow, (1989)p. 19, (with A. K. Gupta).
  114. Neogene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy and paleoceanography of DSDP site 219 (Chagos Laccadive Ridge), Northern Indian Ocean (Abst.) XIII Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat., Lucknow,(1989) p. 19-20 (with A. D. Singh).
  115. Quantitative biochronology and paleoceanography of the Late Neogene of DSDP Site 588, Southwest Pacific (Abst.) XIII Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat., Lucknow,(1989) p. 20-21, (with D. K. Sinha).
  116. Miocene Paleoceanography of the tropical Indian Ocean: Evidence from Quantitative Planktonic foraminifera and Stable Isotope record. (Abst.) vol., Int. Symposium, Structure and Dynamics of the Indian Lithosphere, Hyderabad, (1989)p. 224-227 (with S. N. Chaturvedi).
  117. The Ophiolites of South Andaman and their tectonic implications. In: Metamorphism Ophiolites and and Orogenic belts, Ed. P. S. Saklani, (1989)p. 405-416 (with V. K. Gairolaa and B. K. Chatterjee).
  118. Benthic foraminiferal changes across the Oligocene/Miocene transition at DSDP site 217, Northern Indian Ocean. Indian Jour. Geology, Calcutta, vol. 61, no. 3, (1989)p. 148-158. (with A. K. Gupta).
  119. Recent advances in Neogene planktonic foraminifera biostratigraphy, chemostratigraphy and paleoceanography: Northern Indian Ocean. Prof. M. R. Sahni 3 rd Memorial Lecture Paleont. Soc. India, Lucknow, vol. 34,(1989) p. 1-18.
  120. A new benthic foraminifera Favocassidulina from the Indian Ocean. Micropalontology U.S.A., vol. 36, no. 2,(1990) p. 173-176 (with A. K. Gupta).
  121. Quaternary bottom water circulation and benthic foraminiferal changes in the Northern Indian Ocean. Indian Jour. Geology, Calcutta, vol. 62, no. 2,(1990) p. 102-116 (with A. K. Gupta).
  122. Response of Northern Indian Ocean Deep Sea benthic foraminifera to global climates during Pliocene-Pleistocene. Marine Micropaleontology, vol. 16,(1990) p. 77-91 (with A. K. Gupta).
  123. Neogene Paleoceanographic events in the tropical Indian Ocean: Evidence from quantitative planktonic foraminifera analyses and isotopic record. Oji Intl. Seminar for IGCP-246, Tokyo Univ. Press, JAPAN,(1990) p. 65-73 (with S. N. Chaturvedi).
  124. Miocene benthic foraminifera and Paleoceanography of DSDP Sites along Ninetyeast Ridge, Northern Indian Ocean, Jour. Paleont. Soc. Indian, vol. 35, (1990)p. 61-72, (with A. K. Gupta).
  125. Species diversity of Neogene deep sea benthic foraminifera from the Northern Indian Ocean DSDP sites 214 and 216 A. Proc. 4th Intl. Symposium on BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA Sendai, JAPAN (Abst.)(1990); p. 53 (with A. K. Gupta).
  126. The Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary in the tropical Indian Ocean Deep Sea Cores; Jour. Scientific Res., B.H.U., Specl. Vol. 41 B,(1991) p. 199-222 (with A. D. Singh).
  127. Improved correlation of the Late Neogene planktonic foraminiferal datums in the Equatorial to Cool Subtropical DSDP sites, Southwest Pacific: Application of the Graphic Correlation Method. Geol. Soc. Indian Mem., no. 20,(1991) p. 55-93 (with D. K. Sinha).
  128. Planktonic foraminiferal evidence for the Neogene paleoceanographic changes in the Indian Ocean. In: Ann. Tech. Meet. and IGCP-246, Chiang Mai Univ., Thailand, (1991)p. 179-205 (with A. D. Singh).
  129. Neogene planktonic foraminiferal biochronology of DSDP Site 219 (Chagos-Laccadive Ridge), Arabian Sea. Proc. Indian Natn. Sci. Acad., vol. 58A, no. 4,(1992) p. 335-354 (with A. D. Singh).
  130. Deep-Sea benthic foraminiferal changes and Terminal Miocene event at tropical Indian Ocean DSDP Site 214, Jour. Geol. Indian, vol. 40, (1992)p. 262-278 (with A. K. Gupta).
  131. Neogene planktonic foraminiferal biochronology of the DSDP Sites along the Ninetyeast Ridge, Northern Indian Ocean. Cent. Japanese Micropal., Eds. K. Ishizaki and T. Saito, (1992)p. 175-188 (with S. N. Chaturvedi).
  132. Late Neogene planktonic foraminifera events of the Southwest Pacific and Indian Ocean: A comparision. In: V – CPNS – IGCP – 246 Congress, (1992)p. 203-220 (with D. K. Sinha).
  133. Neogene deep sea benthic foraminiferal diversity in the Indian Ocean: Paleoceanographic implications. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Earth Planet Sci.), vol. 101, no. 3, (1992). 299-316 (with Ajai K. Rai).
  134. Neogene Globorotalia lineage in the tropical Indian Ocean. Indian Jour. Geology, vol. 64, no. 4,(1992) p. 323-338 (with A. D. Singh).
  135. Uvigerina proboscidea abundance and paleoceanography of the Northern Indian Ocean DSDP Site 214 during the Late Neogene. Marine Micropaleontology, vol. 19,(1992) p. 355-367, (with A. K. Gupta).
  136. Late Miocene radiolarian biostratigraphy and paleoceanography of Sawai Bay Formation, Neil Island, Andamans, India, Micropaleontology, U.S.A., vol. 38, no. 3,(1992) p. 209-235 (with S. M. Gupta).
  137. Neopleurostomella, a new foraminiferal genus from DSDP sSite 219, Arabian Sea. Micropaleontology, U.S.A., vol. 38, no. 4,(1992) p. 414-417 (with A. K. Rai).
  138. Species diversity of Neogene Deep Sea Benthic foraminifera from the Northern Indian Ocean DSDP Sites 214 and 216A, Studies in benthic foraminifera, Benthos ’90, Sendai 1990, p. 249-254, (1992), Tokai University Press, JAPAN (with A. K. Gupta).
  139. Upper Miocene planktonic foraminifera from Ekti Bay, Little Andaman Island. Jour. Andaman Sci. Assoc., vol. 8 (1) (1992) p. 1-5 (with D. N. Singh).
  140. Quaternary climatic changes indicated by planktonic foraminifera of Northern Indian Ocean. Current Science, vol. 64, (1993)p. 908-915 (with A. D. Singh).
  141. Early Miocene radiolarian and planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, North Passage Island, Andaman Sea; Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 42, no. 2,(1993) p. 154-162 (with V. Sharma).
  142. Neogene benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Indian Ocean deep sea sequences. Indian Jour. Geology, vol. 65, no. 4,(1993) p. 246-255 (with A. K. Rai and A. K. Gupta).
  143. Benthic foraminiferal changes across the Miocene/Pliocene boundary in the northern Indian Ocean: Paleoceanographic implication. Proc. Ind. Nat. Sci. Acad. Part A, vol. 59, Pt. A, no. 6,(1993) p. 507-518 (with A. K. Rai).
  144. Significanace of Eocene radiolarian from Port Blair Group of South Andaman Island, India; Jour. Palaeont. Soc. India, vol. 38,(1993) p. 1-5 (with H. Y. Ling).
  145. Pleistocene oceanographic changes indicated by deep sea benthic foraminifera in the Northern Indian Ocean. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Earth & Planet Sci.), vol. 103, no. 4, (1994) p. 499-515 (with A. K. Rai).
  146. Cretaceous and Eocene radiolarian from South Andaman Island, Northern Indian Ocean and their tectonic significance. INTERRAD-VII, Osaka, Japan, (1994)p. 81 (Abst.) (with H. Y. Ling et. al.).
  147. Neogene planktic foraminiferal biochronology of the Central Indian Ocean DSDP Sites 237 and 238. Jour. Geol. Soc. India. Vol. 45,(1995) p. 445-462 (with A. D. Singh).
  148. Early Pliocene closing of the Indonesian Seaway: Evidence from Northern Indian Ocean and Southwest Pacific deep sea cores. In: Oji Seminar on Neogene Evolution of Pacific Ocean Gateways, Kyoto, Japan, (1995)(Abst.), p. 10-11 (full paper in Press).
  149. Oceanic Micropaleontology: Major advance since the beginning of DSDP, Presidential Address XV Indian Colloq. Micropal. Strat. Dehra Dun, (1996)p. 267-273.
  150. Miocene deep sea benthic foraminifera and bottom water at DSDP Sites 237, Central India Ocean. Contrs. XV Indian Colloq. Micropal. Strat. Dehra Dun, (1996)p. 267-273 (with A. K. Rai).
  151. Late Neogene quantitative planktic foraminiferal biochronology and Paleoceanography of DSDP Sites 588, Southwest Pacific. Contrs. XV Indian Colloq. Micropal. Strat. Dehra Dun, (1996)p. 295-304 (with D. K. Sinha).
  152. Multivariate analysis of Pliocene-Pleistocene benthic foraminifera from DSDP Sites 214, eastern Indian Ocean. Contrs. XV Indian Colloq. Micropal. Strat. Dehra Dun, (1996) p. 337-355 (with A. K. Gupta).
  153. Paleoceanography: Evolution of oceans through the Cenozoic (Abst.). INSA seminar on “Present Trends and Future directions in Ocean Science, SIN-9710,(1997) p. v-vi. Full paper in INSA Special Publication.
  154. Ocean circulation changes in the tropical Indo-Pacific during 5.6-4.2 Ma: Paleobiogeographic and isotopic evidence (Abst.). In International Seminar “Isotopes in Solar System” PRL, Ahmedabad, (1997)p. 213. Full paper in Paleoceanography (with d. K. Sinha).
  155. Late Miocene paleoceanography of DSDP Site 238 Central Indian Ocean: benthic foraminiferal evidence, (Abst.). XVI Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat., Goa,(1998) p. 112. Full paper in Marine Micropaleontology (with A. K. Rai).
  156. Early Neogene Multiple microfossil biostratigraphy, John Lawrence Island, Andaman Sea. (Abst.). XVI Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat., Goa,(1998) p. 163-164. Full paper in Micropaleontology (with O. P. Singh and V. Sharma).
  157. Planktic foraminiferal biogeography and paleoceanography during last 3.3 M.Y. in the southwest Pacific (Abst.). XVI Indian Colloq. Micropal. and Strat., Goa,(1998) p. 170. Full paper in Jour. Foram. Research, U.S.A. (with D. K. Sinha).
  158. Early Pliocene closing of the Indonesian Seaway: Evidence from northern Indian Ocean and southwest Pacific deep sea cores. Journal of southwest Asian Earth Sciences, Pergamon Press, U.K., vol. 16, no. 1,(1998) pp. 29-44 (with D. K. Sinha).
  159. Paleoceanography: Evolution of oceans through the Cenozoic. In: ‘Ocean Science Trends and Future Directions (Ed.) B.L.K. Somayajulu, INSA, New Delhi’, Akademia Books International New Delhi,(1998) pp. 113-128.
  160. Diachrony in Late Neogene planktic foraminiferal events in the southwest Pacific: Paleoceanographic implications (Abst.) XVII Indian Colloquium on Micropal. and Strat., Vikram University, Ujjain,(2000) p. 89-90 (with D. K, Sinha)
  161. Ocean circulation changes in the tropical Indo-Pacific during early Pliocene (5.6-4.2 Ma): Paleobiogeographic and isotopic evidence. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Earth Planet. Sci.), vol. 109, no. 3,(2000) pp. 315-328.
  162. Early Neogene Multiple microfossil biostratigraphy, John Lawrence Island, Andaman Sea. Micropaleontology, vol. 46, no. 4, (2000)pp. 325-334 (with O. P. Singh and V. Sharma).
  163. Deep Sea benthic foraminiferal response to the Pliocene paleoenvironments of the Northern Indian Ocean. GEOBIOS, France. Vol. 33, 3(2000) pp. 301-308 (with A. K. Rai).
  164. Sediment Trap study – an aid to paleoceanographic interpretation: A case study from the southern Bay of Bengal. In: Contributions to Environmental Geoscience, Ed. A. M. Pathan & S. S. Thigale, Aravali Books International (P) Ltd., New Delhi, ISBN 81-86880-71-2, (2000)pp. 37-52 (with Rahul Mohan).
  165. Taxonomy and paleoecology of benthic foraminiferal genus Favocassidulina from the Neogene of Indian Ocean. Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 60, no. 2,(2002) pp. 163-171 (with A. K. Rai).
  166. New Bivalves from the Miocene of Little Andaman Islands, Bay of Bengal. Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 60, nov. (2002), pp. 527-536 (with S. Kanjilal).
  167. Late Neogene ocean circulation changes in the tropical Indo-Pacific and evolution of Asian Monsoon. VIII RCPNS Proc. VIII RCPNS, Chaing Mai, Thailand, (2003)p. 212-236. (with D. K. Sinha)
  168. Cenozoic Evolution of Ocean Gateways: Impact on global ocean circulation and climate. 32nd Birbal Sahni Memorial Lecture, Lucknow, November, 2002, p. 27.(2003)
  169. Planktic foraminiferal biogeography and ocean circulation in southwest Pacific during last 3.3 my. Gondwana Geological Magz. Spl. Vol. 6,(2003) pp. 23-31. (with D. K. Sinha)
  170. Reliability of some Neogene planktic foraminiferal datums in stratigraphic correlation. Abstract. XIX ICMS, (2003)p. 1, Varanasi (with D. K. Sinha)
  171. Response of Miocene deep sea benthic foraminifera to paleoceanographic changes at DSDP Site 237 (Mascarene Plateau) Northwest Indian Ocean (with A. K. Rai and V. B. Singh). Micropaleontology – Application in Stratigraphy and Paleoceanography, Narosa Publ. (Ed. D. K. Sinha),(2006) pp. 259-281.
  172. Discovery of Early Miocene Microtektite horizons in the Northern Indian Ocean DSDP site 216: Geological implications. In: Micropaleontology- Application in Stratigraphy and Paleoceanography. Narosa Publ. Co. (Ed. D. K. Sinha)(2006) pp. 227-237.
  173. The Pliocene Climatic Transition: Possible Consequences of the Seaway closing. INSA Annual Rept.(2006) p. 67.
  174. Influence of Antarctic Bottom water and Monsoonal activity in the Central Indian Ocean over past 5 m.y. Benthic foraminiferal record. Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 69,(2007) pp.222-232 (with Rai and Maurya).
  175. A Journey Through Morphological micropaleontology to Molecular micropaleontology, Indian Jour. Marine Science, vol. 26,(2007) pp. 251-271.
  176. Neogene Paleoceanographic and Paleoclimatic events in the Northern Indian Ocean: Results from DSDP and ODP Cores. INSA Annual Rept. (2007) pp. 70-71.
B. Books:
  1. Neogene planktonic foraminifera – A Phylogenetic Atlas. Hutchinson Ross Publishing Company, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 1983, ISBN: 0-87933-070-8, p.265 (with J. P. Kennett).
  2. Geology of Andaman – Nicobar: The Neogene. Capital Publ. Co. New. Delhi, p.172, 2007. (with V. Sharma)

C. Report:

  1. Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg-90 (Part I & II) U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. U.S.A., pp.1-1517, 1196 (with Leg-90 Scientific Staff).
  2. Significant Contributions to Geoscience Research in Indian during the Nineties. A Status Report, Indian National Science Academy, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi, p.158, April, 2000.

D. Monograph:

  1. Schwager’s Car Nicobar Foraminifera in the Reports of the Novara expedition – A revision. Today and Tomorrow’s Printers and Publishers, New Delhi, 1980, p. 83, pl. 5, 1-5 (with V. Sharma).

E. Proceedings Edited:

  1. Edited and published the Proceedings of the VIth Indian Colloquium on Micropaleontology and Stratigraphy – 1976, Students Friends, Varanasi, p.408.

F. Invited Chapters in Books:

  1. Late Neogene biostratigraphy and planktonic foraminifera of Andaman-Nicobar Islands, Bay of Bengal. In: LATE NEOGENE EPOCH BOUNDARIES (Eds. Saito and Burckle), Micropaleontology Press, New York, U.S.A., 1975 (with S. S. Srivastava).
  2. Evolution and Phenotypic variation in the Late Cenozoic Neogloboquadrina dutertrei plexus In: PROGRESS IN MICROPALEONTOLOGY (Eds. Takayanagi and Saito), Micropaleontology Press, New York, 1976 (with J. P. Kennett).
  3. a review of planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy: Applications in the equatorial Southwest Pacific. In: DEEP SEA DRILLING PROJECT; A decade of Progress (Eds. Douglas and Winters), SEPM Special Publication no. 32, U.S.A., 1981 (with J. P. Kennett).
  4. Miocene planktonic foraminiferal biogeography and paleoceanographic development on the Indo-Pacific region. In: MIOCENE OCEAN (Ed. J. P. Kennett), Geol. Soc. America Memoir No. 163, U.S.A., 1985 (with J. P. Kennett and G. Keller).
  5. Neogene paleoceanographic events in the tropical Indian Ocean: Evidence from Quaternary planktonic foraminiferal analyses and isotopic records. In: PACIFIC NEOGENE EVENTS (Ed. R. Tsuchi), University of Tokyo Press, Japan, 1990 (with S. N. Chaturvedi).
  6. Neogene planktonic foraminiferal biochronology of the DSDP Sits along the Ninetyeast Ridge, Northern Indian Ocean. In: CENTENARY OF JAPANESE MICROPALEONTOLOGY (Eds. K. Ishizaki and T. Saito), Terra Scientific Publishing Co., Tokyo, Japan, 1992 (with S. N. Chaturvedi).
  7. Late Neogene planktonic foraminiferal events of the Southwest Pacific and Indian Ocean: A comparision. In: PACIFIC NEOGENE (eds. R. Tsuchi and J. Ingle Jr.), University of Tokyo Press, Japan, 1992 (with D. K. Sinha).

G. Miscellaneous:

  1. Review on Proceedings of the IX Indian Colloquium on Micropaleontology and Stratigraphy, (Eds. S. C. Khosla and R. P. Kachhara), Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 24, no. 9, p. 487-488, 1983.
  2. Prof. Shoshiro Hanzawa (1896-1983), Obituary-Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 24, no. 10, p. 551-552, 1983.
  3. Review on PALEONTOLOGRAPHICA INDICA – Number 1, - Studies in Mesozoic foraminifera and chronostratigraphy of western Kutch, Gujrat. Current Science, vol. 65, no. 6, p. 491, 1993.
  4. Review on Tertiary Chronostratigraphic units and Sea Level Changes (Kutch and East Cost Basins, India). Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 44, no. 4, p. 462-463, 1994.
  5. Review on Atlas Carbonate Microfacies from the Reservoirs of Bombay Offshore Basin, India (Ed. K. Satyanarayana, R. R. Sharma, D. K. Dasgupta and K. K. Das). Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 53, p. 619-620, 1999.
  6. Review on the book “Neogene sequences of India: IGCP Project – 329, Palaeogeographic and Palaeoecologic evolution of Paratethyan Basins during Neogene and their correlation to Global scales”, compiled by A. C. Nanda and Anil Kumar Mathur, Geological Survey of India, Miscellaneous Publication no. 64, Hard Cover, 80 pages; Jour. Geol. Soc. India, vol. 56, no. 6, pp. 694-695, Dec. 2000.
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