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Atomic-absorption analyses of a few trace metals in Arabian sea waters
Maersk 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 ...
Mercury concentration in and around Binge Bay, Karwar
(Goa: National Inst of Oceanography, 1987)
Heavy metals in the marine environment of India
(Muzaffarnagar: Society of Biosciences, 1987)
Chemical oceanography of the Arabian Sea: Part II - Equilibrium of inorganic nitrogen system
The concept pE, expressed as a dimensionless quantity to study the redox potential of a system at equilibrium, is applied to study the chemistry of the system NO-<sub>3</sub>-NO-<sub>2</sub>NH+<sub>4</sub> in the northern ...
Present status of coastal pollution in India and future strategies
(Omega Scientific, New Delhi, India, 1996)
One of the important aspects of environmental management, particularly of India's Exclusive Economic Zone, involves the preservation of its quality. Because of rapid economic development, the stress on the environment is ...
Chemistry and hydrography of the Andaman Sea
Some problems of coastal pollution in India
Studies on the hydrographic and chemical characteristics of the coast surrounding the Indian subcontinent and the offshore regions of the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal began during the International Indian Ocean ...
Evaluation of toxic trace metals Cd and Pb in Arabian Sea waters
(Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, 1992)
An attempt has been made to present a picture of the distribution of toxic trace elements Cd and Pb in the Northern Arabian Sea by applying an improved analytical technique for the detection of dissolved forms of the metals ...
Dissolved petroleum hydrocarbon concentrations in some regions of the northern Indian Ocean
Dissolved petroleum hydrocarbons were measured in some parts of the Northern Indian Ocean using UV bsorbance technique with a clean up step. The concentration of oil ranged from 0.6 to 26.5 mu gl. Higher values were ...