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Latitudinal range of epiplanktonic Cahetognatha and Ostracoda in the western tropical Indian Ocean
An account of the chaetognath and ostracod species obtained from zooplankton samples collected along a transect in the Western Indian Ocean between 9 degrees N-20 degrees S and 57 degrees 18'-68 degrees 43'E in January-February ...
Distribution of calanoid copepods in the Arabian sea and Bay of Bengal
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1984)
The distribution of calanoid copepods from the northern Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal is discussed in relation to thermocline. The inshore offshore zonation of a neritic, shelf an oceanic communities was traced based on ...
Distribution of pelagic harpacticoid copepods from the Indian ocean
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1981)
Pelagic harpacticoid copepods have been studied from the International Indian Ocean Expedition collections. Macrosetella gracilis and Miracia efferata were the most common species of harpacticoids with high densities near ...
Zooplankton incidence in abnormally high sea surface temperature in the Eastern Arabian Sea
Zooplankton in an abnormally high sea surface temperature (33.1 to 33.8 degrees C) and alternate bands of slick formation were studied in the Eastern Arabian Sea during 26 and 29 April 1981. The phenomenon which may be due ...
Distribution of planktonic decapods with special reference to Acetes from nearshore waters of Bombay
(Indian Fisheries Association, 1982)
Distribution and seasonal variation of decapod larvae were studied from eight stations off Versova and Mahim during Nov. 1979 to Dec. 1980. Decapod larvae were encountered throughout the year contributing 7.27% of total ...
Role of foraminifera in oceanographic events
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1979)
Foraminiferal studies on deep sea cores have revealed that they represent sediments from the Early Cretaceous to the Present, but the cores from the ridge areas are older in age, indicating sea floor spreading along ...