Journal of the Geological Society of Sri Lanka (JGSSL) Vidyajothi Prof C.B.Dissanayake Volume

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Volume 14 (2011)  Vidyajothi Prof C.B.Dissanayake Volume

 Cover page, PDF (size: 157KB)
 Geochemical Aspects of Medical Geology.  Olle Selinus and Robert B. Finkelman PDF (size 590 kb)
Molybdate Interactions with Gibbsite Surfaces Examined by Macroscopic and Cluster Modeling. Markus M. Miedaner, Rohan Weerasooriya, Heniz J. Tobschall PDF (size 534 kb)
Fluoride Leaching Capacity of Some Hard Rock Aquifers in an Area of Endemic Fluorosis, Sri Lanka. H.A. Dharmagunawardhane PDF (size 557 kb)
Water Management in Ancient Tank Cascade Systems (TCS) in Sri Lanka: Evidence for Systematic Tank Distribution.    H.A.H. Jayasena, Rohana Chandrajith and K.R. Gangadhara PDF (size 587 kb)
Post-Tsunami Natural Groundwater Quality Recovery Processes Around Pereliya, West Coast of Sri Lanka.                       H.A. Dharmagunawardhane, A. Pitawala and A.S. Welagedara PDF (size 635 kb)
Evolution of the Kalu Ganga – Bolgoda Ganga Flood Plain System, Sri Lanka.  P. Wickramagamage PDF (size 1009 kb)
Reconnaissance Hydrogeology in Madu Area for High-yield Groundwater Aquifer.  Upul Wickramaratne and Jeff Davies PDF (size 1074 kb)
Correlations between Some Strength Properties of Metamorphic Rocks of Sri Lanka. Jayawardena PDF (size 324 kb)
Chemical Stability Relations of Sediments and Water in Tsunami Affected Sri Lankan Lagoons: the Effect on Groundwater Chemistry.  D. T. Jayawardana, H.M.T.G.A Pitawala, H. Ishiga PDF (size 677 kb)
Electron microprobe dating of Monazites from Sri Lanka: implications on multiple thermal events related to Gondwana. Sanjeewa P.K. Malaviarachchi and Akira Takasu PDF (size 1001 kb)
Soil Geochemical Characteristics of Eucalyptus Plantations and Adjoining Natural Forest Patches in Central Hilly Districts of Sri Lanka.  Rohana Chandrajith, K.B. Ranawana and A.A.C. Priyantha PDF (size 496 kb)
Devising Simple and Easy Ways of Determining the Specific Gravity of Gemstones and Other Minerals.                        S.W. Nawaratne PDF (size 512 kb)
Petrology of Metamorphic Rocks from the Highland and Kadugannawa Complexes, Sri Lanka.  Sanjeewa P.K. Malaviarachchi and Akira Takasu PDF (size 1524 kb)
Is global seismicity cyclic? Atula Senaratne and T.B.K.Basnayake PDF (size 556 kb)
Centimetre- and Metr e-scale Nd and Sr Isotopic Homogenization in Kadugannawa Complex, Sri Lanka.  L. R. K. Perera and H. Kagami PDF (size 812 kb)

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