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An incidence of very high phosphate concentrations in the waters around Andaman Islands
(Current Science Association, 1968)
Abnormally high concentrations of inorganic phosphates were encountered in the samples collected from the vicinity of the Andamans, during the cruises of INS kistna in September 1963, as a part of IIOE. Samples for analysis ...
Nutrients of the Cochin backwater in relation to environmental characteristics
The nutrient distribution of the Cochin Backwater was studied at 6 stations throughout the year The depth profiles of phosphorus (inorganic and organic), nitrogen (nitrate and nitrite) and silicon, showed a marked seasonal ...
Pollution induced tidal variability in water quality of Mahim Estuary
(Muzaffarnagar: Society of Biosciences, 1994)
Variability of water quality due to release of wastewater in Mahim Estuary (Maharashtra, India) and associated nearshore waters is discussed. The mixing of low salinity contaminated estuary water with high salinity bay ...
Bromide/ chlorinity ratio in the Bay of Bengal
Distribution of iron in estuarine and nearshore waters of Goa
Distribution of temperature and oxygen in the Arabian sea and Bay of Bengal during the monsoon season
(National Institute of Sciences of India, 1968)
Behaviour of boron in Mandovi estuary (Goa)
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1985)
Boron in the waters of Mandovi Estuary, Goa, India varied with tides and seasons with concentrations decreasing from mouth towards upstream. Higher concentrations of 0.51-5.83 mg kg1 and 0.03-4.42 mg kg-1 respectively were ...
Carbonate preservation during the 'mystery interval' in the northern Indian Ocean
(Terra Scientific Publishing Company, 2016)
To understand carbonate dissolution and/or preservation on the sea floor since the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), we measured shell weights of planktonic foraminifera Globigerinoides ruber from four sediment cores retrieved ...
A study of the carbon dioxide system in the northern Indian Ocean during premonsoon
Extensive data sets on the carbon dioxide system in the northern Indian Ocean have been obtained during the premonsoon season. A marked increase (~50 ~kM) in the total carbon dioxide (TCO@d2@@) content is observedin deep ...
Biodegradation of organic matter in sea water