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Lack of denitrification causes a difference in benthic foraminifera living in the oxygen deficient zones of the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea
(Elsevier Ltd, 2020)
Despite being located at the same latitudes, the Bay of Bengal oxygen deficient zone (ODZ) is markedly different than the Arabian Sea ODZ. The uptake of oxygen in the Bay of Bengal does not lead to denitrification as in ...
Multiple Ecological Parameters Affect Living Benthic Foraminifera in the River-Influenced West-Central Bay of Bengal
(Frontiers Media SA, 2021)
The huge riverine influx and associated processes decrease the ambient salinity, stratify the water column, modulate the oxygen-deficient zone, and are also responsible for the recent acidification in the Bay of Bengal. ...
Untangling the effect of organic matter and dissolved oxygen on living benthic foraminifera in the southeastern Arabian Sea
We studied the relationship between organic carbon in sediments (%Corg), bottom water dissolved oxygen and living benthic foraminifera in a marginal marine upwelling setting from the southeastern Arabian Sea to develop ...
A Spatial Ecological Study Based on Benthic Foraminifera off Central West Coast of India: An Approach through Cluster Analysis with Special Reference to Oxygen Minimum Zone
Fifty-two surface samples collected from a depth range between 15 and 3300�m from the Vijaydurg-Karwar sector off the central west coast of India were analyzed for benthic foraminifera. A total of 386 benthic foraminifera ...
Ecological preferences of living benthic foraminifera from the Mahanadi river-dominated north-western Bay of Bengal: A potential environmental impact assessment tool
The ecological preferences of living benthic foraminifera from the riverine influx dominated eastern continental margin of India have been studied. The living benthic foraminifera were abundant on the upper slope (~100-700 ...