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A comparison of the efficiency of the bottom samplers used in benthic studies off Cochin
The efficiency of the van Veen and Foerst `Petersen' grabs used in sampling the bottom fauna near the Cochin Harbour area has been compared in two selected stations having different hydrographic and substratic conditions ...
Benthic studies in south Gujarat estuaries
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1983)
Benthic biomass and faunal composition in relation to various environmental conditions of the four South Gujarat estuaries namely the Auranga, Ambika, Purna and Mindola were studied and compared. Mean population density ...
Benthos of the Narmada estuary
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1981)
Distribution of benthos in relation to environmental characteristics has been studied along a stretch of 55 km in the Narmada Estuary. Higher abundance of macro and meio fauna were noticed along the upper and lower reaches ...
Mercury in Thana creek, Bombay harbour
Mercury content of the water column estimated along Thana Creek/Bombay Harbour gave a standing stock of about 77 kg in excess of the expected background. Mercury concentration in sediment from 23 locations which varied ...
Studies on the benthic fauna of Cochin backwater
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1967)
Studies on the macrofauna from the five selected stations spread over a distance of about 25 km in the Cochin backwaters showed that the benthic biomass was greater in the region which were near the sea The abundance of ...
A comparison of the marine and estuarine benthic fauna of the nearshore regions of the Arabian Sea.
(National Academy of Sciences, India, 1968)
The distribution and abundance of the benthic fauna of the Arabian sea were studied in the nearshore region at a depth of 10 fathoms, about 7 miles off Cochin. The results showed that the macrofauna was more abundant than ...