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Importance and significance of intercalibration exercise in marine chemical studies
(New Delhi: Department of Ocean Development, 1987)
Distribution of various forms of Cd, Pb and Cu in the Wadge Bank region (Arabian Sea)
Labile, nonlabile and particulate forms of Cd,Pb and Cu were determined in 29 water samples collected from a depth of 5 m, from the Wadge Bank area. Labile Cd varied from 0.1 to 0.2 mu g.l-1 while nonlabile fraction was ...
Variations of dissolved oxygen in Mandovi and Zuari estuaries
During non-monsoon months the estuaries were well mixed showing uniform oxygen concentrations from surface to bottom. However, during monsoon months both the estuaries showed stratified conditions with surface water showing ...
Iodate in inshore and offshore waters of Central Bay of Bengal
Biological stripping of iodate in the surface waters is noticed in the inshore and offshore waters of Bay of Bengal. A good correlation is observed between iodate and phosphate and nitrate and the molar ratios determined ...
Relationship between particulate and extracellular carbon compounds of phytoplankton photosynthesis in a tropical estuary
The influence of seasonal environmental conditions on the formation and release of organic compounds by photosynthesizing phytoplankton was studied in a tropical estuary. The pattern of 14C fixation into the various ...
Environmental study of the waters of Mandovi - Zuari estuarine complex, Goa
(Calcutta: Geological Survey of India, 1985)
Mandovi-Zuari estuarine complex consists of Mandovi and Zuari estuaries and the interconnecting Cumbarjua canal. This complex form the navigational network for transportation of mainly ferro-manganese from the Marmugao ...
Short term variations in particulate matter in Mahi river estuary
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1985)
The particulate matter (PM) collected from Mahi River Estuary was analysed for organic carbon (POC), nitrogen (PON), and chlorophyll a (Chl a). The concentration of PM, POC, PON and Chl a showed short term variations. ...
Distribution of suspended particulate matter in the waters of eastern continental margin of India
Distribution of total suspended matter (TSM) in surface and near bottom (approximately 5 m above sea bed) waters reveals a wide variation in concentration and composition. TSM varies from 0.05 to 122 mg.l/1 in surface ...
Atypical behaviour of dissolved silicate in the Cochin backwater and Periyar river
Dissolved silicate was determined for 1 y (1982-83) covering a wide range of salinity from the estuarine mouth to the fresh water region. Silicate concentration ranged between 0.03 and 4.75 mgl/1. Silicate-salinity ...