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Coral reef ecosystems
(Oxford & IBH, New Delhi, 1994)
Biological studies in the Indian Ocean
Meiobenthos in the sediments of seagrass meadows of Lakshadweep atolls, Arabian Sea
(New York : Masson, 1994)
Living planktonic foraminifera during the late summer monsoon period in the Arabian Sea
During the late summer monsoon living planktonic foraminifera were collected in the southeastern Arabian Sea between 3~'N and 15~'N by using six vertical plankton tows. Sixteen species of planktonic foraminifera were ...
Some aspects of microbiological characteristics in the nearshore waters of Bombay
Primary production, bacterial abundance, their generic composition, some of their biodegradative enzymes and heterotrophic uptake of labelled glucose were examined from the waters of Bombay harbour-Thana creek-Bassein creek ...
Macrobenthic assemblage in the soft sediment of Marmugao Harbour, Goa (central west coast of India)
Survey of the macroinvertebrate fauna in soft sediment of 18 stations in the Marmugao Harbour revealed spatial heterogeneity based on environmental parameters and benthic assemblage. Based on the presence/absence of the ...
Blooms of phytoplankton along the west coast of India associated with nutrient enrichment and the response of zooplankton
(Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1992)
Incidents of blooms of phytoplankton, discolourations of coastal estuarine waters and swarms of zooplankton are regular features along the west coast of India These are generally concomitant with changes in the chemical ...
Distribution of meroplankton in relation to the thermocline in the Western Indian ocean during day and night
(Marine Biological Association of India, 1991)
Based on 35 night and 27 day zooplankton collections made from a depth of 200 m to surface and the thermocline layer to surface, the distribution of meroplankton in relation to the thermocline was studied in the western ...
Study of mangrove environment of Maharashtra coast using remote sensing data
Analysis of remote sensing data indicate approximately 210 km super(2) of the mangrove area along the Maharashtra coast in India. The dominant species along the coast are Rhizophora mucronata, Avicennia officinalis, A. ...