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On the distribution of bromide and bromide/chlorinity ratios in the waters of the Arabian sea off central Indian coast
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1981)
Water samples from surface to 2000 m depth at two stations in the Arabian Sea collected during the 82nd cruise of R V Gaveshani in November, 1980 were analysed for bromide. The average bromide concentration was 0.068 g/kg ...
Distribution and behaviour of fluoride in Mandovi and Zuari estuaries, central west coast of India
Fluoride concentrations in Mandovi and Zuari estuaries are regulated largely by salt water intrusion. Highest concentrations are observed during the premonsoon season, when the salt water intrusion is also the highest, the ...
@iMaersk navigator@@ oil spill in the great channel (Andaman Sea) in January 1993 and its environmental impact
Observations on oil slicks, tar residues and dissolved petroleum hydrocarbons (DPH) shortly after the oil spill resulting from the tanker accident in January 1993 showed negligible impact on the Indian EEZ of the Great ...
Biodegradation and anticholinesrerase activity of methyl isocyanate in the aquatic environment of Bhopal
A study on the biodegradation of methyl isocyanate (MIC) and its anticholinesterase activities in different tissues of various species of fishes from the lakes of Bhopal was carried out over a period of 6 months with ...
The slick that never was
Chemical oceanography of the Arabian Sea: Part III - Studies on nutrient fraction and stoichiometric relationship in the Northern and the Eastern Basins
Phosphorus and inorganic nitrogen compounds have been divided into 'reserved' andoxidative fractions based on their relationships with apparent oxygen utilization in the northern and the north-eastern basins of the Arabian ...
Persistence and fate of some organophosphorus pesticides in sea sediments along east coast of India
Stability and fate of pesticides, monocrotophos, phosphamidon and DDVP, were studied in sediment samples collected along the east coast of India pH, salinity and exchangeable cations present in sediments exhibited profound ...
Total mercury concentrations in waters of the Laccadive sea
Pollution of the seas around India
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1988)
The state of marine pollution along the 7000 km long coastline and 2.015 x 106km exclusive economic zone of India is summarized. The coastal water receives 4.1 km3 of domestic sewage and 0.41 km3 of industrial wastes. ...
Petroleum - its present and future
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1985)
World's "published proved" reserve of oil by the end of 1984 was known to be of the order of 95,000 million tonnes. Of this, 57% lies buried in the middle eastern countries. At the present rate of growth in consumption and ...