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Bolivina skagerrakensis, a new name for Bolivina cf. B. robusta with notes on its ecology and distribution
(Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research, 1985)
Intertidal foraminifera from Miramar-Caranzalem Shoreline, Goa
Quantitative analysis of foraminifera (entire and broken) revealed that Rotalina, composed of 29 species, constituted 95.18% while Miliolina, composed of 11 species, and Textulariina, with 5 species were poorly represented. ...
Paleogene reworked foraminifera in Recent sediments off Daman, Western India
The first record of reworked foraminiferal species in the Recent sediments off the coast of Daman is reported. Among others, @iQuadrimorphina advena, Uvigerina minuta, Gyroidinoides soldani, Bulimina aguafrescanensis@@ and ...
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
Microenvironments and anomalous benthic foraminiferal distribution within the neritic regime of the Dabhol-Vengurla sector (Arabian Sea)
(Universita' degli Studi di Milano, 1980)
An anomalous distribution of benthic Foraminifera within the neritic regime at a few stations indicates the existence of microenvironments. The vertical distribution is marked by the restricted occurrence of @iCibicides@@ ...
Sea level flactuations during last 15000 years and their impact on human settlements
(Hyderabad: Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas (I-SERVE), 2012)
Benthic ecological mapping of the Ayeyarwady delta shelf off Myanmar, using foraminiferal assemblages
(The Palaeontological Society of India, 2014)
Information on benthic ecologies is a prerequisite to evaluate marine resources, their management and monitoring the impact arising from their exploitation. In the present study, benthic foraminiferal distributions from ...
Lack of denitrification causes a difference in benthic foraminifera living in the oxygen deficient zones of the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea
(Elsevier Ltd, 2020)
Despite being located at the same latitudes, the Bay of Bengal oxygen deficient zone (ODZ) is markedly different than the Arabian Sea ODZ. The uptake of oxygen in the Bay of Bengal does not lead to denitrification as in ...
Sea level rise and impact on coastal zone
(New Delhi: Indian Association for the Advancement of Science, 1989)