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Plastic pellets on the Caranzalem beach sands, Goa, India
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1982)
Postmonsoonal survey of Caranzalem beach, Goa, India indicated the presence of plastic pellets. These pellets varied in shape, size and number, and are considered to be contaminants of marine environment
@iMaersk navigator@@ oil spill in the great channel (Andaman Sea) in January 1993 and its environmental impact
Observations on oil slicks, tar residues and dissolved petroleum hydrocarbons (DPH) shortly after the oil spill resulting from the tanker accident in January 1993 showed negligible impact on the Indian EEZ of the Great ...
Blooms of phytoplankton along the west coast of India associated with nutrient enrichment and the response of zooplankton
(Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1992)
Incidents of blooms of phytoplankton, discolourations of coastal estuarine waters and swarms of zooplankton are regular features along the west coast of India These are generally concomitant with changes in the chemical ...
Our changing coastlines
Our coastlines keep alive the sense of continuing creation and of the relentless drive of life In recent years, much has been done both to understand the processes that underlie their creation and to exploit their environment ...
Multiuses of the coastal zone and marine environment along the west coast of India
(Bordeaux: Association pour l'organisation de colloques oc�anologiques � Bordeaux, 1974)
Effect of organic pollution on some hydrographic features of Cochin backwaters
Deposition of tar balls (oil residue) on beaches along the west coast of India
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1977)
Arsenate and arsenite levels in the coastal and estuarine waters of Goa
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1975)
Relative toxicity of two ammonium compounds found in the waste of fertilizer plants
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1976)