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IJMS Vol.36(2) [June 2007] : [10 Articles]

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TitleAuthor(s)Page(s)Full Text Article
Fractal character of oceanic crustal magnetism determined from drill hole measurements Pilkington, Mark 97-104 View Full Text
Power law relation of bathymetry and gravity roughness with age of oceanic crust below Ninety East Ridge Bansal, Abhey Ram 105-109 View Full Text
Fractal analysis of gravity and bathymetry profiles across ridges in Indian Ocean Ashalatha, B. 110-116 View Full Text
Evidence of continental crust in Laxmi Basin (Arabian Sea) using wavelet analysis Chamoli, A.; Dimri, V.P. 117-121 View Full Text
The great Sumatra-Andaman earthquake of 26 December 2004 was predictable even from seismicity data of mb≥4.5: A lesson to learn from nature Teotia, S.S.; Kumar, Dinesh 122-127 View Full Text
Tsunami propagation of the 2004 Sumatra earthquake and the fractal analysis of the aftershock activity Dimri, V. P.; Srivastava, Kirti 128-135 View Full Text
Application of fractal in marine sciences: Study of the 2004 Sumatra earthquake (Mw 9.3) sequence in Andaman-Nicobar islands Bhattacharya, Pankaj Mala; Kayal, J.R. 136-140 View Full Text
Multifractal thermal characteristics of the western Philippine Sea upper layer Chu, Peter C.; Hsieh, Chung-Ping 141-151 View Full Text
Quantitative characteristics of the Indian Ocean seafloor relief using fractal dimension Chakraborty, Bishwajit; Mahale, Vasudev; Shashikumar, K; Srinivas, K. 152-161 View Full Text
Fractal dimensions of selected coastal water bodies in Kerala, SW coast of India - A case study Chattopadhyay, Srikumar; Kumar, S. Suresh 162-166 View Full Text


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