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AS WE SEE IT Harmonization of Red Lists in Europe: some lessons learned in the Netherlands when applying the new IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria version 3.1.
This paper discusses the desirability of the harmonization of Red Lists for both regional and national red listing by using the new IUCN Categories and Criteria (CC a marked exception is that forExpand
The food of some young fishes from Bombay
SummaryIn the present investigation extending over a period of two years from June 1945 to June 1947, the stomach contents of 2,188 young fishes belonging to 21 species were examined for determiningExpand
Some new Isopod Parasites on Fishes
New records of barnacles from Bombay shores
The food of some young Clupeids
THE problem of the food of fishes first attracted the attention of a few ichthyologists towards the end of the last century, and since then several investigations have been carried out all over theExpand
The determination of nitrogen in heavy clay soils
  • D. Bal
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 October 1925
In determining the nitrogen content of the heavy black cotton soil of the Central Provinces, India, by the Kjeldahl process it is important that the determinations be carried out on moist and not onExpand
A preliminary note on the plankton of Bombay harbour
Observations on the biology of Harpodon nehereus (Hamilton)
The total catch of Bombay duck in Inaia during 1949 was estimated as about- 7250 tons ie about 2% of the total yield of marine fishes of India. The fishing season commences, some time in SeptembeerExpand
Cdilia dussumieri, popularly known as mandeli, is one of the common food fishes occurring in Bombay. This fish is usually taken along with other fish in the catches of the Dol, a specialised bag-netExpand