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Land use/land cover changes around Rameshwaram Island, east coast of India
Land-use/land cover changes are studied using the Indian Remote Sensing satellite (IRS-1C, IRS-6) Linear Image Self-scan Sensor (LISS) III data of 1998 and 2010 Coastal land use categories such as sand, vegetation, coral ...
Substrate deposit effect on the characteristic of an intertidal macroalgal community
Present study consists the effect of substrate deposit (silt, clay, sand, gravel and shards of shells) on the characteristic of an intertidal rocky shore macroalgae Macroalgal assemblage was segregated from substrate deposit ...
Seafloor micro-roughness, benthic macro-fauna, and sediment substrate: A study of their interrelationship using high-frequency echo-sounding systems
The spatial variability of sediment geoacoustic inversion results, derived from dual-frequency single-beam (SBES) and multi-beam echosounder system (MBES) operable at 33/210 kHz and 95 kHz, respectively, have been analyzed ...
Quantitative distribution of meiobenthos in the Gulf of Martaban, Myanmar Coast, north-east Andaman Sea
Quantitative distribution of meiofauna in the depth range 20 to 1000 m of the Gulf of Martaban, Andaman Sea was studied from 46 stations during a synaptic survey carried out in April-May 2002 of ORV Sagar Kanya Cruise SK175 ...
Waning of plankton food web in the upstream region of the Cochin backwaters during the southwest monsoon
Heterotrophic bacteria (0.2-2 µm), pico-phytoplankton (0.2-2 µm), nano-phytoplankton (2-20 µm), micro-phytoplankton (>20 µm), heterotrophic nanoflagellates (2-20 µm), and micro-zooplankton (20- 200 µm) present in the Cochin ...
Repercussions of embarkation wharves in Lakshadweep Islands on coral communities and their ecology
Present study infers that the construction of embarkation wharves in four of the Lakshadweep islands (Agatti, Amini, Kavaratti and Minicoy) in the last 5 years was accompanied by a marked degradation of coral community ...