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Genetic variation of reef-building polychaete Sabellaria chandraae in the south-eastern Arabian Sea based on mitochondrial COI gene
The honeycomb worm Sabellaria chandraae is the most common reef-building polychaete in the intertidal area along the south-eastern Arabian Sea. We used the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (mtCOI) gene to examine ...
Mangroves in the "Plasticene�: High exposure of coastal mangroves to anthropogenic litter pollution along the Central-West coast of India
Anthropogenic litter is a ubiquitous stressor in the global ocean, and poses ominous threats to oceanic biodiversity and ecosystem functioning.At the terrestrial-ocean interface, tropical mangrove forests are subject to ...
Microbathymetry inferences from two AUV dives over a short segment of the Central Indian Ridge between 10�18' and 10�57'S, Indian Ocean
The topographic fabric of the rift valley floor has been analyzed using the multibeam echosounder data obtained by the autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) Abyss at two locations over a short segment of the slow-spreading ...
Radiocarbon evidence for reduced deep water ventilation of the northern Indian Ocean during the last glacial maxima and early deglaciation
Enhanced outgassing of sequestered carbon to the atmosphere by upwelling of deep water in the Southern Ocean during the last deglaciation is assumed to be the main factor that modulated changes in atmospheric CO2 and ...