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Impact of climate change on mangrove forests along the south west coast: A case study from Kasargod, Kerala, India
(Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, 2004)
Mangrove habitats are an important constituent of coastal wetlands. They are unique and located between sea and land, influenced by tidal and fresh water regimes, and hence are fragile in nature. The impact of sea level ...
(Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, 2001)
Benthic organisms are sessile and sedentary in nature. True benthos can be divided into two groups - epifauna and infauna. They comprise major invertebrate phyla. Benthic organisms are separated into micro, meio, macro and ...
Population characteristics of the mangrove clam Polymesoda (geloina) erosa (solander, 1786) in the Chorao mangrove, Goa
(Indian Council of Agricultural Research; Old Goa; India, 2002)
Mangroves are the tropical and sub tropical coastal and/or estuarine intertidal or island plant communities. Since the early history of mankind, mangrove ecosystems have played important role in the socio-economic development ...