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Variability of nutrients and phytoplankton biomass in a shallow brackish water ecosystem (Chilika Lagoon, India)
Seasonal and spatial variations in water quality parameters, such as nutrients [NH4+–N, NO2−–N, NO3−–N, PO43−–P, total nitrogen (TN) and total phosphorus (TP)], Secchi disc depth, salinity, dissolved
Anthropogenic impact on water quality of Chilika lagoon RAMSAR site: a statistical approach
This paper investigated the spatio-temporal variability of water quality parameters (transparency, salinity, dissolved oxygen, nutrients viz. NH3-N, NO2-N, NO3−-N, PO43-P, total nitrogen, total
Environmental conditions of Chilika Lake during pre and post hydrological intervention: an overview
Chilika Lake, the largest brackish water lagoon in Asia, is a prominent biodiversity hotspot along the Indian east coast. The geomorphology, water quality and biological productivity of the lake had
Seasonal variations of some hydrographical parameters in a tidal creek opening into the Bay of Bengal
Seasonal variations of some hydrographical parameters in a tidal creek which opens into the Bay of Bengal near Digha, West Bengal, were studied for a period of two years from July 1985 to June 1987.
The Tintinnids (Protozoa:Ciliata of the Bahuda estuary, east coast of India
Seasonal variations in species composition and population density of Tintinnids (Protozoa: Ciliata) in Bahuda estuary, a shallow tidal estuary situated on the south Orissa coast, are described in
Nutrient dynamics and seasonal variation of phytoplankton assemblages in the coastal waters of southwest Bay of Bengal
Comparison of ambient nutrient ratios with the Redfield ratio showed a clear temporal variation in the factors that regulate the phytoplankton growth, and a sizable population of cyanobacteria were noticed during NEM season when there was an exponential increase in nitrogen concentration.
Geochemical fractionation of heavy metals in Chilka Lake (east coast of India)—a tropical coastal lagoon
Chilka lake, the largest coastal lagoon of Asia is one of the most dynamic ecosystems along the Indian coast. Historically the lagoon has undergone a considerable reduction in surface area due, in