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Ecology of hydromedusae from Bombay Harbour - Thana and Bassein Creek estuarine complex
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1997)
Species composition, abundance, seasonal variation and distribution of Hydromedusae were carried out during October 1985 to September 1986. Thirty four species belonging to twenty two genera were recorded from this region. ...
An overview of the planktonic foraminiferal fauna in waters off the Kerala Coast, south-west India during summer
(Marine Biological Association of India, 1997)
Twentyeight species of planktonic Foraminifera are recorded from 46 plankton samples collected from 27 stations of 5 traverses along the Kerala Coast. The mean abundance of total foraminiferal sepcimens of all the stations ...
Distribution of calanoid copepods in the Arabian sea and Bay of Bengal
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1984)
The distribution of calanoid copepods from the northern Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal is discussed in relation to thermocline. The inshore offshore zonation of a neritic, shelf an oceanic communities was traced based on ...
Bathymetric distribution of Pleuromamma (Copepoda, Calanoida) species in the Indian Ocean
(ICAR, New Delhi, 1991)
Based on the analysis of 204 zooplankton samples from the stratified depths in the Indian Ocean collected during the International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE), the distribution of the genus Pleuromamma indica, P. gracilis, ...
Geographical variation in the distribution of different calanid species in the Indian Ocean
(Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, 1998)
The species composition of Calanidae in the Indian Ocean was studied from zooplankton collections taken between 24 degrees N to 40 degrees S and 20 degrees E to 120 degrees E. Nannocalanus minor was widespread with high ...
Distribution and abundance of copepods in the pollution gradient zones of Bombay Harbour-Thana Creek-Bassein Creek, west coast of India
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1997)
Forty six species of copepods were identified, of which, 40 belonged to Calanoida with an overall dominance of Acartiidae. Acartia spinicauda, A. centrura and Centropages dorsispinatus were the common species throughout ...