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Total mercury in water, sediments, and animals along the Indian Coast
Total mercury (Hg) in water, sediments and animals along the coast of India is estimated. Water samples were collected on board of R.V. Gaveshani.The zooplankton samples were collected by Indian Ocean Standard Net and Heron ...
Sediments of a retting yard
Sediments of a coconut husk retting yard and a reference station in Cochin backwaters, Kerala, India were studied for 1 yr. Effects of monsoon were found significant Organic carbon and organic matter showed enrichment in ...
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 ...
Chlorinated pesticide residues in sediments from the Arabian Sea along the Central West coast of India
Environmental contamination by persistent chlorinated pesticides has evoked major concern due to the presence of their residues in the environment. The quantitative distribution of chlorinated pesticides residues in the ...
Physical factors related to the marine disposal of industrial effluents off Pondicherry
(Scientific Publishers, 1984)
Field studies were carried out during February and April, 1981 to collect the environmental data on the physical characteristics of the coastal waters and the sea bottom off Pondicherry, required for the planning and design ...
Trace metal levels in the sediments of the Cochin backwaters
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1982)
Levels of Cu, Mn, Co, Ni and Zn at four stations in the northern arm of the Cochin backwaters, Kerala, India, which runs through an industrial belt is reported. All metals showed some degree of variation over the area ...