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Lack of denitrification causes a difference in benthic foraminifera living in the oxygen deficient zones of the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea
(Elsevier Ltd, 2020)
Despite being located at the same latitudes, the Bay of Bengal oxygen deficient zone (ODZ) is markedly different than the Arabian Sea ODZ. The uptake of oxygen in the Bay of Bengal does not lead to denitrification as in ...
Cluster analysis of benthic foraminiferal morpho-groups from the western margin of India reflects its depth preference
Q-mode and R-mode cluster analyses have been carried out on the census counts data of 68 genera and one �other genera� of benthic foraminifera from 32 stations off Mangalore-Cochin sector, west coast of India, to study the ...
Assessing the ecological preferences of agglutinated benthic foraminiferal morphogroups from the western Bay of Bengal
Agglutinated benthic foraminiferal morphogroups have often been used as a proxy in paleoecological studies. The response of various agglutinated morphogroups may, however, vary regionally. Here we report the ecological ...