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DDT residues in sediments from the Bay of Bengal
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 ...
DDT residues in fishes from the eastern Arabian Sea
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 ...
Determination of organochlorine pesticides in Indian coastal water using a moored in situ sampler
Residues if various organochlorine pesticides were determined in the water off the central west coast of India using an in situ sampler. Y-BHC and the two cyclodiene compounds, Aldrine and Dieldrin were found to be more ...
Chlorinated pesticide residues in marine sediments
A number of organochlorine pesticides residues, aldrine, gamma BHC, dieldrine, and DDT were detected and quantified from the marine sediments collected along the east coast of India by gas chromatography using an electron ...
Determination of organochlorine pesticides in Indian coastal water using a moored in-situ sampler
(CAS in Marine Biology, Parangipettai, 1991)
An attempt has been made to determine the concentration of different organochlorine pesticides in the seawater off the central West Coast of India using an in-situ-sampler. The Seastar in-situ sampler is an instrument, ...