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समुद्री अम्लीकरण का जीव और कीट डिंभको पर प्रभाव
(National Institute of Oceanography (CSIR), India, 2012)
Skeletonema (Bacillariophyceae) in Indian waters: A reappraisal
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 2010)
The planktonic diatom genus Skeletonema is common in Indian coastal waters. Recent taxonomic studies have uncovered high diversity in this genus, and it is expected that several species occur also in the highly diverse ...
Role of Reporting in Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement of Ballast Water Management
(ASEAN Committee on Science and Technology (COST), 2018)
The Decision Support System (DSS) for ballast water management in any given port is dependent on the availability of information on ballast water carried by a ship in advance. Collation of information through Ballast Water ...
Synergistic effect of elevated temperature, pCO2 and nutrients on marine biofilm
Natural marine biofilms provide signatures of the events that occur over a period of time and can be used as bioindicators of environmental changes. Hence, the effects of temperature (30 and 34 °C), pCO<sub>2</sub> (400 ...
Variations in phytoplankton community in a monsoon-influenced tropical estuary
In a monsoon-affected tropical estuary, oscillations in freshwater discharge during monsoon shifted the phytoplankton blooms from those adapted to low salinity to high salinity and vice versa. Salinity stratification during ...
Dinoflagellate community structure from the stratified environment of the Bay of Bengal, with special emphasis on harmful algal bloom species
Harmful algal blooms (HABs) have been documented along the coasts of India and the ill effects felt by society at large. Most of these reports are from the Arabian Sea, west coast of India, whereas its counterpart, the Bay ...
Ecology of ascidians in the macrofouling community of New Mangalore Port
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1995)
Ascidians constitute a major component of macrofouling community at the New Mangalore Port during the premonsoon season (February-May). The presence of ascidians in these waters is being reported for the first time. Ascidian ...
Phylogenetic diversity of archaeal 16S rRNA and ammonia monooxygenase genes from tropical estuarine sediments on the central west coast of India
Phylogenetic diversity analyses of archaeal 16S rRNA and ammonia monooxygenase subunit A (AamoA) genes were carried out on sediment samples from the Mandovi and Zuari estuaries, Goa, on the central west coast of India. The ...
Stable isotopic analysis of Barnacle larvae and their faecal pellets to evaluate the ingested food
Stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen are useful in the evaluation of food web dynamics and have been used extensively in the feeding studies. Barnacles are dominant component of the intertidal and bio-fouling communities. ...
A note on the occurrence of reef inhabiting, red-bellied yellow tail fusilier, Caesio cuning from outside its known geographical array
(Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 2010)
The reef inhabiting fusilier, Caesio cuning, characterized by pinkish abdomen and yellow caudal fin exhibits shoaling behaviour and is known to be geographically distributed from the Gulf of Mannar to the Vanuatu Islands ...