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2.Bence, A.E., Papike, J. J., Chandrasekharam, D., Cameron, M. and Camenisch, S. 1973. Petrology of basalts from Leg 17, DSDP. EOS Am. Geophy. Union. Trans., 54, 998-1001.
3.Chandrasekharam, D. 1973. Petrological variations in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Ocean ridge basalts. N. Jb. Min. Mh., 120, pp 69-82.
4.Chandrasekharam, D. 1974. A re-examination of the Tertiary lavas from Greenland, Iceland and Scottish provinces. N. Jb. Abh.,10, pp 462-467.
5.Viswanathan, S. and Chandrasekharam, D. 1974. Grain size studies on the plagioclases of the Manor volcanic complex, Maharashtra. N. Jb. Min. Mh.,11, pp 510-516.
6.Chandrasekharam, D. and Parthasarathy, A. 1976. Petrology of the Deccan Trap sequence around Manor, Maharashtra. Proceed. Paleovolcanicity, associated tectonism and metallogeny in India., Hyderabad, pp 56-66.
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8.Subbarao, K. V. and Chandrasekharam, D. 1976. Some comments on the origin of the Troodos Ophiolite complex, Cyprus. N. Jb. Min. Mh., 8, pp 379-387.
9.Subbarao, K.V. Chandrasekharam, D. and Valsangkar, A.B. 1976. Major element, K, Rb, Sr, U analyses, Sr 87/Sr86 ratio, magnetic granulometric analysis and K-Ar ages of the acid volcanic rocks of St.Mary group of islands off west coast, India. IGC, Sydney (Ex-Abstract).
10.Viswanathan, S. and Chandrasekharam, D. 1977. Manor volcanics and the environment of Deccan Trap volcanism. Recent Reser. Geol. Hindustan Pub. Corp., New Delhi , 4, pp 187-195.
11.Subbarao, K. V., Viswanatha Reddy, V., Hekinian, R. and Chandrasekharam, D. 1977. Large ion lithophile elements and Sr and Pb isotopic variation in volcanic rocks from the Indian ocean. in "Indian Ocean Geology and Biostratigraphy". (Ed.) J.R. Heirtzler, pp 259-278.
12.Chandrasekharam, D. and Parthasarathy, A. 1978. Geochemical and tectonic studies on the coastal and inland Deccan Trap volcanics and a model for the evolution of Deccan Trap volcanism. N. Jb. Min. Abh. 132, pp 214-229.
13.Viswanathan, S. and Chandrasekharam, D. 1981. Geochemical comparison of the Siberian and Deccan Traps. Geol. Soc. India Memoir 3, pp 460-471.
14.Chandrasekharam, D. and Subbarao, K.V. 1982. Chemical catalogue of Deccan and other continental and ocean volcanic rocks, IIT Bombay Data Base on Continental Volcanic rocks: Published under IGCP 162 Programme, 400 p.
15.Chandrasekharam, D. and Ushakumari, S. 1982. Geochemistry of groundwater in the unconfined aquifer along the coastal belt of Kozhikode, Kerala, India. Proceed. Regional workshop on Limnology and Water resources Management and Development, Kulalumpur, pp. 132-145.
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18.Chandrasekharam, D. Parthasarahthy, A. and Subramaniam, S.K. 1985. Petrographic and petrochemical characteristics of the Deccan Trap volcanics and properties of soils around Khodala, Maharashtra.Geol. Survey India, Sp. Pub.,14, pp 108-120.
19.Chandrasekharam, D. and Viladkar, S.G. 1989. Composition of the Precambrian crust below the Deccan volcanics. Evidence from granite xenoliths in basic dykes of Mandaleswar. 28th IGC, Washington, D.C. (Abs).
20.Chandrasekharam, D. and Viladkar, S.G. 1989. Constitution of the Precambrian crust below the Deccan volcanics - evidence from a composite dyke of Mandaleswar, Deccan volcanic province. in "Precambrian granitoids - petrogenesis, geochemistry and metallogeny, (Eds) I.Happala and Y Kahkonen, Geol. Sur. Finland Sp. Paper 8.
21.Subbarao, K.V., Chandrasekharam, D. and Navaneethakrishnan, P. 1994. Stratigraphy and structure of parts of the central Deccan basalt province: eruptive models. in "Volcanism" (Ed) K.V.Subbarao, Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, pp 331-332.
22.Subbarao,K.V., Navaneethakrishnan, P. and Chandrasekharam, D. 1994. Geomagnetic polarity change in the central Deccan Traps and its significance in regional correlation of Deccan basalts. Geol. Soc. India Memoir, 29, pp 81-92.
23.Sheth, H.C. and Chandrasekharam, D. 1997. Plume-rift interaction in the Deccan volcanic province. Phy .Earth. Planet. Inter., 99, pp 179-187 .
24.Sheth, H.C. and Chandrasekharam, D. 1997. Early alkaline magmatism in the Deccan Traps: Implications for plume incubation and lithosperic rifting. Phy. Earth. Planet. Inter., 104, pp 371-376 .
25.Sheth, H. C., Duncan, R. A., Chandrasekharam, D. and Mahoney, J. J. 1997. Deccan Trap dioritic gabbros from the western Tapi - Satpura region. Curr. Sci., 72, pp 755-757.
26.Chandrasekharam, D. and Sheth, H. C. 1997. Significance of flow stratigraphy in deciphering erosional history of flood basalt province. IV International Conf. Geomorphology, Bologna, Italy (Abstract), 110.
27.Keshav, S., Sheth, H.C. and Chandrasekharam, D. 1998. Field geology, petrography and orthopyroxene clusters of the Dhule- Parola dike, Tapi valley, central Deccan basalts province.Curr. Sci., 74, pp 252-254.
28.Chandrasekharam, D., Mahoney, J. J., Sheth, H. C. and Duncan, R. A. 1999. Elemental and Nd-Sr-Pb isotope geochemistry of flows and dikes from the Tapi rift, Deccan flood basalt province, India. J. Volcanol.Geother.Res. 93, 111-123 .
29.Biju Mathew and Chandrasekharam, D. 1999. Trace element distribution and cobalt content in sulphide ores of Kalyadi, Karnataka. Curr. Sci. 77, pp 101-103.
30.Mahoney, J. J., Sheth, H. C., Chandrasekharam, D. and Peng, Z.E. 2000. Geochemistry of flood basalts of the Toranmal section, Northern Deccan Traps, India: Implications for regional Deccan Stratigraphy. Jour. Petrol. 41, 1099-1120.
31.Chandrasekharam, D., Vaselli, O., Sheth, H.C. and Kesav, S. 2000. Petrogenetic significance of ferro-enstatite orthopyroxene in basaltic dikes from the Tapi rift, Deccan flood basalt province, India. Earth. Planet. Sci. Lett. 179, 469- 476.
32.Minissale, A., Vaselli, O., Chandrasekharam, D., Magro, G., Tassi, F. and Casiglia, A. 2000. Origin and evolution of " intracratonic" thermal fluids from central-western Peninsular India. Earth. Planet. Sci. Lett., 181, 377-394.
33.Chandrasekharam, D. and Vinod, K. C. 2000. Clinopyroxenite xenoliths from the Deccan Traps of Kutch and Bombay. Curr. Sci.78, 607-610
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35.Chandrasekharam, D. , Manetti, P., Vaselli, O., Capaccioni, B. and Alam, M.A., 2003. Cold Springs of the Barren Island, Andaman Sea, Indian Ocean, Curr. Sci., 86, 136-137.
36.Chandrasekharam, D., Vaselli, O., Capaccioni, B., Manetti, P. and Alam, M. A. 2003. Barren Island – Fumarolic activity noted during fieldwork in February 2003, Bulletin of the Global Volcanism Network, Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, vol. 23, pp. 12-14 .
37.Chandrasekharam, D., Vaselli, O., Capaccioni, B., Manetti, P. and Alam, M. A. 2003. Rapport De Mission: Barren Island (Indes), Société Volcanogique Européenne (SVE) Newsletter, vol. 2, pp. 6-7.
38.Chandrasekharam, D., Vaselli, O., Capaccioni, B., Manetti, P. and Alam, M. A. 2003. Cold springs of the Barren Island, Andaman Sea, Indian Ocean. Current Science, vol. 85, no. 2, pp. 136-137.
39.Sheth, H.C., Mahoney, J. J. and Chandrasekharam, D..2004. Geochemical stratigraphy of Deccan flood basalts of the Bijasan Ghat section, Satpura range-India. J. Asian Earth Sci., 23, 127-139.
40.Chandrasekharam, D., Vaselli, O., Alam, M. A., Capaccioni, B., Manetti, P. and Alba, 2004. Chemical homogeneity in the source below the Barren Island volcano and Sunda arc, In: Abstracts Volume of the 32nd International Geological Congress (32nd IGC), August 20-28, 2004, Florence, Italy, pp. 405.
41.Capaccioni, B., Chandrasekharam, D., Vaselli, O., Manetti, P., Alam, M. A., F. Tassi and Santo, A. P. 2004. Barren Island (Andaman Sea, India): Volcanological features of the only Indian active volcano, In: Abstracts Volume of the 32nd International Geological Congress (32nd IGC), August 20-28, 2004, Florence, Italy, pp. 190.
42.Alam, M. A., Chandrasekharam, D., Vaselli, O., Capaccioni, B., Manetti, P. and Santo, A. P. 2004. Petrology of the prehistoric flows and dyke of the Barren Island, Andaman Sea, Indian Ocean, Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences (Earth and Planetary Sciences), Special Issue: Magmatism in India through time, pp. 715-721.
43.Higgins, M. and D. Chandrasekharam. 2007, Nature of Sub-volcanic Magma Chambers, Deccan Province, India; Evidence from Quantitative Textural Analuses of Plagiockase Megacrysts in the Giant Plagioclase Basalts. J. Petrol., 48, 885-900.
44.Chandrasekharam,D , Santo.A.P., Capaccioni.B., Vaselli.O., Alam.M.A., Manetti.P., Tassi.F. 2009. Volcanological and petrological evolution of Barren Island (Andaman Sea, Indian Ocean), J. Asian Earth Sci., 35, 469–487
45.Sen.G and Chandrasekharam, D. 2009. Deccan Traps Flood Basalt Province: an evaluation of the Thermochemical Plume Model. Chapter 2., In " Topics in petrology" (Eds) Jyotisankar Ray, Gautam Sen and Biswajit Ghosh. Springer Pub. 29-53.
46.Tripathi, R.P., Mathur, S.C., Mathur, S., Trupti, G. and Chandrasekharam, D. 2010. On the occurrence of stishovite in the Precambrian Siwana Volcanic Province, Western Rajasthan, India. Current Sci., 98, 30-32.
47.Alam, M.A. and Chandrasekharam, D. 2010. Comments on “Thermoluminescence and optically stimulated luminescence signals from volcanic ash: History of volcanism in Barren Island, Andaman Sea” by D. Banerjee (Quaternary Geochronology), Quaternary Geochronology 5, 283–284.
48.Pooja,V.K, Sheth, H.C., Badrealam, S, Poonam, M, Chandrasekharam, D. and Trupti,G. 2011. Spherulitic pitchstones from the Deccan Traps, India: Petrochemistry and emplacement environments Bull. Volcanol (in press).
49.Borges, M.R., Sen, G., Hart, G.L., Wolff, J.A. and Chandrasekharam, D., . 2014. Plagioclase as recorder of magma chamber processes in the Deccan Traps: Sr-isotope zoning and implications for Deccan eruptive event. J. Asian Earth Sci. 84, 95–101.