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Benthic foraminifera as pollution indices in the marine environment of west coast of India
(Universita' degli Studi di Milano, 1984)
Two ecosystems affected by acidic pollutants (Thana Creek, Bombay and inshore area of Trivandrum, Kerala) and two other ecosystems affected by alkaline pollutants (Cola Bay, Goa and inshore area of Karwar, Karnataka) were ...
An aberrant Spiroloculina sp. from Recent sediments off Bombay-Daman, west coast of India
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1983)
A case of an abnormal two apertured Spiroloculina sp. was encountered in a sample from 90 m depth off Bombay-Daman. This was a case of regeneration/repair
Ecological regime and distribution of Virgulinella spp. in the inshore sediments of western India
@iVirgulinella@@ Cushman, 1932 was distinguished as a subgenus from @iVirgulina@@ d'Orbigny, 1826 (non @iVirgulina@@ Bory, 1823 = @iFursenkoina@@) on the basis of the development of numerous small arched sutural openings ...
Graphic pattern of foraminiferal dominance in nearshore region of central west coast of India
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1979)
Within the inner neritic zone (0-55 m depth) along the central west coast of India, some foraminiferal groups such as @iAmmonia, Elphidium, Trochammina, Bulimina, Bolivina, Nonion, Nonionella@@ and Florilus@@ individually ...