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Saltmarshes for aquaculture
(New Delhi: Indian Association for the Advancement of Science, 1989)
Studies on experimental culture of a marine ciliate Fabrea salina
(Oxford and IBH, Calcutta, 1999)
Studies were conducted on the culture of a marine ciliate, Fabrea salina in the laboratory condition. Three types of inert feed; commercial yeast, fermented wheat bran and fermented rise bran were tested to study their ...
Meiofaunal stratification in relation to microbial food in a tropical mangrove mud flat
(International Society of Tropical Ecology, Varanasi, India, 1993)
The vertical gradients of meiofauna mainly in relation to biochemical changes and microbial abundance in the upper 20 cm of deposit of a mangrove mud flat were studied. Strong vertical gradients in the redox potential (Eh), ...
Population characteristics of the mole crab, Hippa adactyla Fabricius, in the intertidal sediment at Kavaratti Atoll, Lakshadweep Islands
(Rosenstiel School of Marine Sicence, 1998)
Some population characteristics of a little known mole crab Hippa adactyla from the sandy intertidal habitat of Kavaratti atoll, Lakshadweep islands, were studied for understanding the resource potentials besides some ...
Acute toxicity and effect of some petroleum hydrocarbon on the metabolic index in Etroplus suratensis
(Society of Biosciences, Muzaffarnagar (India), 1997)
Acute toxicity (LC sub(50)) and effect of some petroleum hydrocarbons (Toluene, Quinoline, Pyridine and Naphthalene) on the metabolic index (oxygen consumption rate) of an estuarine fish. Etroplus suratensis is reported. ...
Benthos of the Bay of Bengal: A preliminary account
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1977)
Benthic macrofauna of the Andaman Sea
Macrobenthic fauna in the depth range 11 to 2150m comprised 22 faunal taxa. Of these, the polychaetes were the most dominant group and contributed 76.8%. Distribution of macrofauna was substrate specific with maximum (410m ...
Overexploitation of marine living resources
(NIO, Dona Paula, Goa, 1994)
Anthropogenic activities including pollution and contamination of coastal marine environment.
(Academy of Environmental Biology, 2014)
The term anthropogenic designates an effect or object resulting from human activity. the increasing economioc development and a rapidly growing population that has taken the country from 300 million people in 1947 to more ...