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Ecological diversity of planktonic protists in spatial regimes of the Arabian Sea revealed through next-generation sequencing
Eukaryotic microbes inhabiting diverse ecological niches are capable of mediating biogeochemical shifts. Here, we studied the distribution patterns of protistan community in oxygen-deficient sites in the Arabian Sea and ...
Massive Methane Loss During Seasonal Hypoxia/Anoxia in the Nearshore Waters of Southeastern Arabian Sea
(Frontiers Media S.A., 2020)
Repeat observations over the Kochi and Mangalore shelves of the southeastern Arabian Sea (SEAS) during April to December 2012 revealed substantial accumulation of methane (CH4) in the nearshore waters (48.6 � 34.4 nM) ...
Bromine content in some seaweeds of Goa (Central West Coast of India)
(Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, 1979)
Nineteen species of seaweeds from the coast of Goa were examined for their bromine content following the spectrophotometric method involving ashing with Na@d2@@CO@d3@@, oxidation of bromide to bromine with chloramine-T and ...
Multidisciplinary Observing in the World Ocean�s Oxygen Minimum Zone Regions: From Climate to Fish - The VOICE Initiative
Multidisciplinary ocean observing activities provide critical ocean information to satisfy ever-changing socioeconomic needs and require coordinated implementation. The upper oxycline (transition between high and low oxygen ...
Geochemistry of organic matter in the ocean. By E.A. Romankevich
Influence of upwelling induced near shore hypoxia on the Alappuzha mud banks, South West Coast of India
The results of the first time-series measurements spanning 18-weeks (22 April to 20 September 2014) from a coastal environment (Alappuzha, southwest India), where two process of upwelling and mud banks are concurrent during ...
Variability of frontal structure in the south Indian/Antarctic Ocean: Possible reason for longitudinal differences in the intensity of the oxygen maximum
(Goa: National Inst of Oceanography, 1987)
Steroids from the seaweed Gracilaria corticata
Coral reef ecosystems
(Oxford & IBH, New Delhi, 1994)
A zona incognita surrounds the secondary nitrite maximum in open-ocean oxygen minimum zones
An analytic gap exists between the lower limit of detection of oxygen (O2) by conventional sensors (LOD, ~1 - 3�M O2) and the appearance of NO2- from NO3- reduction (~0.05�M O2), which signifies the secondary nitrite ...