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Deep sea benthos of the western and central Indian Ocean
(Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, 1992)
Quantitative investigations on deep sea benthos from 112 stations between lat. 21 degrees N-21 degrees S and long. 51 degrees E-94 degrees E and in the depth range of 1500 to 6000 m, revealed a rich biota having relatively ...
Characteristics of the freshwater lakes at the Schirmacher Oasis in Antarctica
(Department of Ocean Development, India, 1990)
Benthos of the EEZ of India
(Omega Scientific Publ., New Delhi, 1996)
Resource potential and status of pearl oyster fishery in India
(Society for Marine Archaeology, Goa, 1992)
Many cultivable species of pearl oysters are known to occur in the Indo-Australian Archipelago which is an important region in the world distribution of pearl oysters. An account of the development of Indian pearl fisheries ...
Benthic fauna around Mauritius island, southwest Indian Ocean
(NISCAIR, New Delhi, 1992)
Distribution of benthic fauna in the Exclusive Economic Zone of Mauritius was studied during September-October 1987. Mean faunal density (macro+meio) and dry weight biomass was 10848 no.m/2 and 228.8 mg.m/2, respectively. ...
Saltmarshes for aquaculture
(New Delhi: Indian Association for the Advancement of Science, 1989)
Effect of mining activities on the clam fisheries and bottom fauna of Goa estuaries
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1986)
Comparison of two clam beds and associated benthic fauna, in Mandovi and Cumbarjua canal estuarine system of Goa, India, severely affected by massive inputs of mining rejects, revealed that, in less than 10 years (1972-73 ...
Length-weight relationship of Giant Oyster, Crassostrea gyphoides (Schlotheim)
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1985)
Relationship between shell length and total weight, shell weight and meat weight of giant oyster, Crassostrea gryphoides revealed that the growth of these parameters is very fast and significant. It indicates the suitability ...
Macrofauna and meiofauna of two sandy beaches at Mombasa, Kenya
Macrofauna and meiofauna of 2 sandy beaches having medium and fine sand particles, respectively, were investigated, quantitatively Macrofauna density was highest around high water mark and progressively decreased towards ...