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Microenvironments and anomalous benthic foraminiferal distribution within the neritic regime of the Dabhol-Vengurla sector (Arabian Sea)
(Universita' degli Studi di Milano, 1980)
An anomalous distribution of benthic Foraminifera within the neritic regime at a few stations indicates the existence of microenvironments. The vertical distribution is marked by the restricted occurrence of @iCibicides@@ ...
Benthic foraminifers as indices of diversity and hyposalinity in a modern clastic shelf regime, off Bombay, India
(New Delhi: Oxford & IBH, 1985)
A tidally energized clastic shelf regime at 25-45 m depth off Bombay-Daman composed of silty sand, silty clay, and clay fractions is located between a sand bar and the coast. The sand bar, running parallel to the coast, ...
Graphic pattern of foraminiferal dominance in nearshore region of central west coast of India
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1979)
Within the inner neritic zone (0-55 m depth) along the central west coast of India, some foraminiferal groups such as @iAmmonia, Elphidium, Trochammina, Bulimina, Bolivina, Nonion, Nonionella@@ and Florilus@@ individually ...
Distribution, factor analysis and ecology of benthic foraminifera within inner shelf regime of Vengurla-Bhatkal sector, West Coast, India
(Geological Society of India, 1987)
One hundred and two taxa of benthic foraminifera are reported from the neritic environment (15-60 m) of Vengurla - Bhatkal area. Q-mode factor analysis reveals 6 important foraminiferal assemblages accounting for 92% of ...
Cluster analysis and ecology of living benthonic foraminiferids from inner shelf off Ratnagiri, West Coast, India
(Geological Society of India, 1981)
Q-mode cluster analysis explains the spatial distribution data of living benthonic foraminiferids from the inner shelf off Ratnagiri. Two main biotopes and two sub-biotopes are revognised within the study area; biotope A, ...