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Tidal Sedimentation of the Sunderban's Thakuran Basin

By: Gautam Kumar Das(Author)
151 pages, 38 colour & 39 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Tidal Sedimentation of the Sunderban's Thakuran Basin
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This book covers an overview of research on sediment textures, sedimentary structures, sediment composition and bioturbation structures including other aspects of tidal sedimentation. The analytical results for tidal river sedimentation and essential aspects of relevant field studies along the entire stretch of the Thakuran River in West Bengal, India, are presented in this book. Filled with interesting results obtained from detailed observations, Tidal Sedimentation of the Sunderban's Thakuran Basin brings together outstanding facts of tidal river sedimentation and can be considered as a pioneer work on the dynamic estuarine environment of the Sunderbans River.

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- The Thakuran Drainage Basin
- Climate and Hydrography
- Geomorphology
- Tidal Creek and Mudflat
- Sedimentation
- Sediment Texture
- Sediment Structure
- Bioturbation Structures
- Sediment Composition

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By: Gautam Kumar Das(Author)
151 pages, 38 colour & 39 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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