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Heavy metals in the marine environment of India
(Muzaffarnagar: Society of Biosciences, 1987)
Total mercury in water, sediments, and animals along the Indian Coast
Total mercury (Hg) in water, sediments and animals along the coast of India is estimated. Water samples were collected on board of R.V. Gaveshani.The zooplankton samples were collected by Indian Ocean Standard Net and Heron ...
Short term variations in the environmental conditions of the Cola bay, Velsao, Goa
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1978)
The influence of dissolved petroleum hydrocarbon residues on natural phytoplankton biomass
The effect of dissolved petroleum hydrocarbons in the environment on phytoplankton biomass measured as chlorophyll a was studied near the oil tanker route in the southern Bay of Bengal. In the transect from 5 degrees N, ...
Physicochemical studies on coastal pollution off Bombay
Accumulation of copper and zinc by balanus amphitrite in a tropical estuary
@iBalanus amphitrite@@ (Cirripedia: Thoracica) a dominant fouling organism was analysed to assess the accumulation potentialities of copper and zinc. It was observed that it could accumulate Cu to 864.77 mu g g-1 dry wt. ...
Deep sea mining: Environmental monitoring and management
(Korea Society of Engineering Gelolgy, 1988)
A variety of deep sea minerals have been identified in the Indian Ocean, which are expected to serve as an alternative source for metals, when the land deposits get depleted. Mining of some of these exploitable resources, ...
Determination of petroleum hydrocarbons in sediment samples from Bombay harbour, Dharamtar creek and Amba river estuary
(Scientific Publishers, 1989)
The surface sediment samples were collected by van Veen grab sampler during premonsoon, monsoon and postmonsoon seasons from Bombay harbour, Dharamtar creek and Amba river estuary Moisture content of the samples ranges ...