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Year: 2006
Dissolved uranium concentration and 234U/238U activity ratio have been measured in two distinctly different Indian drainage systems: the Yamuna headwaters in the Himalaya and the Chambal river system in the plains to study the weathering and mobility of uranium in these watersheds
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Year: 2000
This article analyses waters and rocks from the catchment of a second Nepalese river system, the Langtang Khola-Trisuli, which lacks carbonate lithologies, as a baseline indicator for the effect of Lesser Himalayan Series carbonates on the dissolved load of the Bhote Kosi
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Year: 1999
Water and bed sediment samples collected from the Damodar River and its tributaries were analysed to study elemental chemistry and suspended load characteristics of the river basin
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Year: 1999
Water and suspended sediment samples were collected along a longitudinal transect of the Bhagirathi – a headwater stream of the river Ganga, during the premonsoon and postmonsoon seasons, in order to assess the solute acquisition processes and sediment transfer in a high elevation river basin
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