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Suman Sarkar
Suman Sarkar
Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeosciences, Lucknow
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Facies analysis and paleoenvironmental interpretation of Piacenzian carbonate deposits from the Guitar Formation of Car Nicobar Island, India
AK Ghosh, S Sarkar
Geoscience Frontiers 4 (6), 755-764, 2013
322013
T hanetian–I lerdian coralline algae and benthic foraminifera from northeast I ndia: microfacies analysis and new insights into the T ethyan perspective
S Sarkar
Lethaia 48 (1), 13-28, 2015
212015
Microfacies analysis of larger benthic foraminifera-dominated Middle Eocene carbonates: a palaeoenvironmental case study from Meghalaya, NE India (Eastern Tethys)
S Sarkar
Arabian Journal of Geosciences 10 (5), 1-13, 2017
192017
Coralline algae and benthic foraminifera from the long formation (middle Miocene) of the Little Andaman Island, India: Biofacies analysis, systematics and palaeoenvironmental …
S Sarkar, AK Ghosh, GM Narasimha Rao
Journal of the Geological Society of India 87 (1), 69-84, 2016
172016
Evaluation of coralline algal diversity from the Serravallian carbonate sediments of Little Andaman Island (Hut Bay), India
S Sarkar, AK Ghosh
Carbonates and Evaporites 30 (1), 13-24, 2015
142015
The enigmatic Palaeocene-Eocene coralline Distichoplax: Approaching the structural complexities, ecological affinities and extinction hypotheses
S Sarkar
Marine Micropaleontology 139, 72-83, 2018
132018
Coral bleaching a nemesis for the Andaman reefs: Building an improved conservation paradigm
S Sarkar, AK Ghosh
Ocean & coastal management 71, 153-162, 2013
122013
Ecology of coralline red algae and their fossil evidences from India
S Sarkar
Thalassas: An International Journal of Marine Sciences 33 (1), 15-28, 2017
102017
Early Eocene calcareous algae and benthic foraminifera from Meghalaya, NE India: A new record of microfacies and palaeoenvironment
S Sarkar
Journal of the Geological Society of India 88 (3), 281-294, 2016
102016
Calcareous algal-rich carbonate sediments from Assam Shelf, NE India: An overview of the palaeoenvironmental implications
S Sarkar
Petroleum geosciences: Indian contexts, 175-189, 2015
102015
Palaeoecological implications of corallinacean red algae and halimedacean green algae from the Prang Formation of South Shillong Plateau, Meghalaya
AK Ghosh, S Sarkar
Journal of the Geological Society of India 81 (4), 531-542, 2013
102013
Upper Pliocene heterozoan assemblage from the Guitar Formation of Car Nicobar Island, India: palaeoecological implications and taphonomic signatures
S Sarkar
Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 96 (2), 221-237, 2016
92016
First record of coralline red algae from the Kopili Formation (late Eocene) of Meghalaya, NE India
A Sarma, AK Ghosh, S Sarkar
National Academy Science Letters 37 (6), 503-507, 2014
82014
Does specialization imply rare fossil records of some benthic foraminifera: Late Palaeocene examples from the eastern Neo-Tethys (Meghalaya, NE India)
S Sarkar
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 514, 124-134, 2019
72019
Diversification of the Family Sporolithaceae: A Case of Successful Survival in the Perspective of Cretaceous–Tertiary Mass Extinctions in India
AK Ghosh, S Sarkar
National Academy Science Letters 36 (2), 215-224, 2013
72013
Coralline red algae from late Palaeocene–earliest Eocene carbonates of Meghalaya, N–E India: palaeocommunity and trophic-level implications
S Sarkar, GM Narasimha Rao
Carbonates and Evaporites 33 (4), 767-781, 2018
62018
Palynology of the Eocene sediments of the West Garo Hills, Meghalaya, NE India: biostratigraphic and palaeoenvironmental implications
S Sarkar, RK Saxena, S Sarkar
Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India 59 (2), 199-212, 2014
62014
Alveolina-dominated assemblages in the early Eocene carbonates of Jaintia Hills, NE India: Biostratigraphic and palaeoenvironmental implications
S Sarkar
Comptes Rendus Palevol 18 (8), 949-966, 2019
42019
Eutrophication: A Formidable Foe
AK Ghosh, S Sarkar
Everyman’s Science, 358, 2014
32014
Diversity of corals and benthic algae across the shallow-water reefs of Andaman Islands: managing the valuable ecosystems
S Sarkar, S Sarkar
Environment, development and sustainability 18 (6), 1801-1814, 2016
22016
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