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bioSearch : A glimpse into marine biodiversity of Indian coastal waters
bioSearch is a database application developed to digitize marine biodiversity of Indian coastal waters. A user can obtain information on organism’s binomial and common names, synonyms, taxonomy, morphology, ecology, economic ...
State of knowledge of coastal and marine biodiversity of Indian Ocean countries
(Public Library of Science, 2011)
The Indian Ocean (IO) extends over 30% of the global ocean area and is rimmed by 36 littoral and 11 hinterland nations sustaining about 30% of the world’s population. The landlocked character of the ocean along its northern ...
Biodiversity of benthic polychaetes from the coastal waters of Paradip, Bay of Bengal
Polychaete communities of the subtidal waters off Paradip, Orissa, India (Lat, 20 degrees 05 minutes - 20 degrees 20 minutes N and Long. 86 degrees 35 minutes - 86 degrees 60 minutes E) in the Bay of Bengal were studied ...
New perceptions of continrntal margin biodiversity
The deep ocean is a hostile and challenging environment. Nowhere is this more apparent than on the continental slopes. The complexity of the slope and the unforgiving nature of the seabed has until recently limited the ...
Life history of a free-living marine nematode Daptonema normandicum reared in laboratory
(Triveni Enterprises, 2011)
Life history of a free-living meiobenthic nematode Daptonema normandicum (DeMan, 1890) was studied in the laboratory. Live specimens were primarily collected from the sewage outlet site near the mouth of the Mandovi estuary, ...
Indian Ocean coasts, coastal ecology
Bottom dwelling animals: Benthos
(WWF for Nature-India, 2004)
The beaches of Goa are predominantly sandy, and occupy about 4000 ha of area along the north-south coastline. An important component of the sandy beaches in Goa re the sand dunes in the supralittoral region. The coastal ...