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Submarine groundwater discharge and nutrient addition to the coastal zone of the Godavari estuary
Submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) represents a significant pathway of materials between land and sea, especially as it supplies nutrients, carbon and trace metals to coastal waters. To estimate SGD fluxes to the Godavari ...
Effects of industrial waste disposal on the water quality of the river Kolak
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1980)
About 6 mld of industrial waste water is discharged without proper treatment in the fresh water zone of the river Kolak. Parameters like suspended solids, pH, chloride, DO, BOD, phosphate, nitrate, boron, sulphate and trace ...
Probable movement and mixing of contaminants in tidal estuaries - A field study in Kundalika Estuary, west coast of India
(Scientific Publishers, 2001)
The probable movement and mixing of contaminants within and through the Kundalika river estuary along the west coast of India are studied Neutrally buoyant biplane drogues, floats and dye were tracked at different stages ...
Environmental characteristics of the ocean
(Gordon and Breach, 1983)
Repercussions of embarkation wharves in Lakshadweep Islands on coral communities and their ecology
Present study infers that the construction of embarkation wharves in four of the Lakshadweep islands (Agatti, Amini, Kavaratti and Minicoy) in the last 5 years was accompanied by a marked degradation of coral community ...
Assessment of enteric bacterial indicators and correlation with physico-chemical parameters in Veraval coast, India
In present study, the prevalence of enteric bacterial indicators like Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Shigella, Proteus, Klebsiella, Vibrio cholerae and Vibrio parahaemolyticus like organism in water and sediment of Veraval ...
Marine pollution levels and potential threats to the Indian marine environment: State-of-the-Art
(Nainital: Gyanodaya Prakashan, 1989)
Reviews the work done on the basis of data collected during past decade surrounding Indian coasts by National Institute of Oceanography. The domestic sewage, heavy metals, pesticides and oil are the major items polluting ...