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Studies on the planktonic Decapoda and Stomatopoda (Crustacea) from the western Bay of Bengal
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1988)
Abundance and distribution of decapods and stomatopods were studied, based on 90 samples collected from the western Bay of Bengal (Lat. 09 degrees 58' and 20 degrees 50'N and long. 80 degrees 00'E) between 24 August and 2 ...
Biomass, organic carbon and calorific content of zooplankton from the Arabian Sea off Central West coast of India
Organic carbon content and calorific values of zooplankton varied from 18.35 to 32.49% (av. 27.8%) and from 2.56 to 4.71 k cal. g-1 dry wt (av. 3.99) respectively. Areawise off Gujarat sustained higher standing stock of ...
Studies on planktonic decapoda and stomatopoda (Crustacea) from the Arabian Sea
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1987)
An account of a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the planktonic decapoda and stomatopoda collected during R.V Gaveshani Cruises 10, 12, 13 in the Arabian Sea is given. Area surveyed lies between latitudes 07 degrees ...
Latitudinal range of epiplanktonic Cahetognatha and Ostracoda in the western tropical Indian Ocean
An account of the chaetognath and ostracod species obtained from zooplankton samples collected along a transect in the Western Indian Ocean between 9 degrees N-20 degrees S and 57 degrees 18'-68 degrees 43'E in January-February ...
Neuston composition in central Arabian Sea
Composition of neuston in the Arabian Sea (lat. 16-19 degrees N., long. 60-72 degrees E) was studied. The standing stock ranged between 1.5 and 49.3 ml (100 m2)-1. Copepoda was generally the dominant group, forming on ...
Chaetognaths of the Potengi estuary (Natal, Northeast Brazil)
(Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, 1988)
Studies on selected biological parameters off Mithapur (Gujarat)
(Indian Fisheries Association, 1988)
Diurnal variation of zooplankton in Malad creek, Bombay
Variation in zooplankton biomass and composition in relation to the prevailing hydrographical conditions was studied for 24 h in Malad Creek, Bombay, Maharashtra, India, which was highly polluted by sewage. The adverse ...
Distribution of phytoplankton pigments in Auranga, Ambika, Purna and Mindola estuaries of Gujarat
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1984)
Estimation of phytoplankton pigments in four estuaries of South Gujarat indicates that all are fairly productive systems. Mean surface values of pooled chlorophyll fractions for Auranga, Ambika, Purna and Mindola were ...