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Biological impact of mining on the coastal zone of Goa
(New Delhi: Indian Association for the Advancement of Science, 1989)
Effect of mining activities on the clam fisheries and bottom fauna of Goa estuaries
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1986)
Comparison of two clam beds and associated benthic fauna, in Mandovi and Cumbarjua canal estuarine system of Goa, India, severely affected by massive inputs of mining rejects, revealed that, in less than 10 years (1972-73 ...
Uptake of copper by the mussel Mytilus viridis L.
Acute toxicity and effect of some petroleum hydrocarbon on the metabolic index in @iEtroplus suratensis@@
(Muzaffarnagar: Society of Biosciences, 1997)
Acute toxicity (LC@d50@@) and effect of some petroleum hydrocarbons (Toluene, Quinoline, Pyridine and Naphthalene) on the metabolic index (oxygen consumption rate) of an estuarine fish. @iEtroplus suratensis@@ is reported. ...
Effect of high organic enrichment of benthic polychaete population in an estuary
The benthic polychaete fauna of an estuarine region receiving domestic sewage and wastes from a nearby fish landing jetty was compared to that of a site having normal organic enrichment. The population density, biomass and ...
Impact of marine pollution on living resources - Case studies on the effect of mining activity and organic enrichment of benthic fauna
(New Delhi: CSIR, 1987)
Mine rejects, organic effluents and domestic sewage are the three main items discharged in the Mandovi Estuary, Goa, India. Their impact on the benthic life was studied. Benthic samples in this estuary were collected at ...
Effect of domestic sewage on sand beach meiofauna at Goa, India