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  • Sreejith, O.P.; Shenoi, S.S.C. (Proceedings of The Sixth Pan Ocean Remote Sensing Conference (PORSEC) Bali, 3-6 September 2002: Remote sensing and ocean science for marine resources exploration and environment. Vol. 2. eds. by: Pasaribu, B.P.; Kaswadji, R.; Nurjaya, I.W.; Gaol, J.L., 567-570p.)
    Measurement of Sea Surface Temperature (SST) using satellite based sensors have matured during the last decade. The infrared measurements, using the AVHRR sensor, flown onboard the NOAA satellites, have been used for the ...
  • Khandeparker, L.; Anil, A.C.; Naik, S.D.; Gaonkar, C.C. (Marine Pollution Bulletin, vol.96(1-2); 2015; 337-343)
    Changing climatic conditions have influenced the monsoon pattern in recent years. Variations in bacterial population in one such tropical environment were observed everyday over two years and point out intra and inter ...
  • Mandal, S.; SubbaRao; Harish, N.; Lokesha (International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, vol.4; 2012; 112-122)
    The damage analysis of coastal structure is very important as it involves many design parameters to be considered for the better and safe design of structure. In the present study experimental data for non-reshaped berm ...
  • Siddiquie, H.N.; Rajamanickam, G.V.; Almeida, F.; Nath, A.N. (Current Science, vol.46; 1977; 135-138)
  • Kakodkar, A.P.; Kerkar, S.S.; Varghese, N.S.; Kavlekar, D.P.; Achuthankutty, C.T. (Biodiversity Informatics, vol.6; 1-4)
    Cataloguing biological specimen is an important activity of biological museums world over. Software developed especially for this purpose has evolved over time to achieve more accuracy in retrieving data from large and ...
  • Nayak, M.R. (Current Science, Vol.77; p. 1105p.)
  • Tapaswi, M.P. (Conservation of mangrove forest genetic resources: A training manual, Ed. by: Deshmukh, S.V.; Balaji, V. 357-367p.)
    Coastal areas can be regarded as the interface between three habitat media-land, air and sea. These areas contain three obvious habitats namely: (1) maritime zone-a home for many terrestrial animals and plants, (2) sea ...
  • Bhargava, R.M.S.; Sarupria, J.S. (Current trends in coastal marine sciences: A special collection of papers to felicitate Dr. R. Natarajan on his 60th birthday, eds. by: Ramachandran, S.; Rajagopal, S., 24-35)
    The data center at NIO, Goa, India has been recognized as the Indian National Oceanographic Data Centre. In this paper, the sources and data available at INODC, the data bases created and under operation, the activities ...
  • Chavan, V.S.; Mohan, T.M.; Chandramohan, D.; Arora, J.R.; Parulekar, A.H (Data bases in life sciences and biotechnology: A directory. Goa:National Inst of Oceanography; 1995; 297 pp)
  • Ravisankar, R.; Harikrishnan, N.; Chandrasekaran, A.; Gandhi, M.S.; Alagarsamy, R. (Data in Brief, vol.16; 2018; 392-400)
    In this data, the heavy metal concentration and magnetic susceptibility in coastal sediment samples collected from Periyakalapet to Parangaipettai of East Coast of Tamilnadu using Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) ...
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    Kunte, P.D. (Encyclopedia of coastal science, Ed. by: Schwartz, M.L. 1145-1154p.)
    Information on bibliographic as well as numeric/textual databases relevant to coastal geomorphology has been included in a tabular form. Databases cover a broad spectrum of related subjects like coastal environment and ...
  • Chavan, V.S. (Online CDROM Review, Vol.17(2); 77-82p.)
    Only 1% of the presently available 5000 database titles are relevant to marine biology and biotechnology. Nearly 60% of these are bibliographic in nature. There are almost no textural and numeric databases, which are the ...
  • Chavan, V.S.; Chandramohan, D. (Current Science, Vol.68; 273-279p.)
    Only 0.85% of the scanned 7500 database titles are related to biology and biotechnology developed in India. Of these, 73% are either bibliographic or directory type and the rest are textural, numeric or multimedia in nature. ...
  • Michael, L.; Krishna, K.S. (Curr. Sci., vol.100(9); 2011; 1314-1322)
    The 85 degrees E Ridge is a typical aseismic ridge in the northeastern Indian Ocean in view of the fact that it associates with exceptional gravity and magnetic signatures. The ridge possesses two different gravity anomalies: ...
  • Kureishy, T.W.; George, M.D.; SenGupta, R. (Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, vol.7; 1978; 54-55)
  • Shailaja, M.S.; SenGupta, R. (Marine Pollution Bulletin, vol.20; 1989; 629-630)
    Samples of Sardinella fimbriata (sardine), S. longiceps Valenciennes (Indian oil sardine), Apolectus niger (black promfret), Pampus argenteus (silver promfret) and Penaeus sp. (prawn) from the coastal Arabian Sea (location ...
  • Sarkar, A.; SenGupta, R. (Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, vol.41; 1988; 664-669)
    DDT is one of the organochlorine compounds characterised by its stability for long periods in the environment leading to marked changes in the aquatic ecosystem. This work aims to assess the prevailing levels of DDT and ...
  • Naqvi, S.W.A.; Kortzinger, A. (Future of the ocean and its seas: A non-governmental scientific perspective on seven marine research issues of G7 interest. ed. by: Williamson, P.; Smythe-Wright, D.; Burkill, P.ICSU-IAPSO-IUGG-SCOR; Paris; France; 2016; 29-32)
  • Mukhopadhyay, R.; De, S. (Current Science, vol.88(11), 1713p.)
    The >M9 earthquake of 26 December 2004 (26/12) that generated devastated tsunami was probably occurred by a combination of three tectonic movements- dip-slip at Sunda trench, strike-slip along the boundary between India ...

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