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Status report on mangrove research in Goa
(Goa: National Institute of Oceanography, 1988)
Some ecological and biochemical observations on Caloglossa lepreiurii (Harvey) from Zuri estuary, Goa
(Seaweed Research and Utilization Association, 1981)
Ecology of Caloglossa leprieurii (Harvey) a benthic algal species from mangrove swamp was studied in relation to the climatological and hydrological factors. Maximum biomass of 11.7 g/m2 (wet weight) was recorded in October, ...
Ecology of intertidal benthic algae of Northern Karnataka coast
The intertidal benthic marine algal flora has been studied for distribution, phenology, biomass and zonation along with the environmental conditions. About 65 species belonging to 42 genera of Chlorophyta, Phaeophyta have ...
Seaweed utilization and its present status in India
(National Academy of Sciences, 1989)
Indian coastline has vast potentials of seaweed resources. Seaweed resource evaluation carried out so far recorded about 650 seaweed species with biomass to the tune of 100,000 tons (wet wt.) annually from the intertidal ...
Bruguiera cylindrica (L.) Bl. (Rhizophoraceae) - a new locality record from the west coast of India
(Current Science Association, 1987)
Conservation of Indian mangroves - a national perspective
(Goa: National Inst of Oceanography, 1987)
Exploitation of mangroves in India
(Australia: AIMS, 1987)
Ecological studies of Ulva reticulata Forsskal in Chapora bay (Goa)
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1986)
The patchy occurrence of Ulva reticulata Forskal along the west coast of India lead to its ecological studies. The total annual yield of . reticulata calculated for 3800 sq. m. area of the bay amounts to 6.74 tonnes wet ...
Status of mangrove research in India
(Kolhapur: Shivaji University, 1986)
Mangroves along the Indian coast are one of the most neglected living resources, which have been over exploited for various purposes. The total mangrove area along the Indian coast has been estimated tentatively to be ...