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Biogenic controls on the air—water carbon dioxide exchange in the Sundarban mangrove environment, northeast coast of Bay of Bengal, India
The Sundarban mangrove forest (4,264 km2) constitutes about 3% of the total area of the world mangrove. We measured diurnal and seasonal variations of air—water CO2 exchange in relation to the…
Influence of socio-economic status and environmental factors on serologically diagnosed Japanese encephalitis cases in the state of West Bengal, India during 2005-2010
- A. Sarkar, D. Taraphdar, B. B. Mukhopadhyay, Manish Kumar, S. Mukhopadhyay, S. Chatterjee
- 12 January 2012
It is concluded that socio-economic status and environmental conditions were statistically significant contextual risk factors for serologically diagnosed JE incidences in West Bengal where JE is proved to be endemic in nature and such study constitutes a new report of this kind in the region.
Bioaccumulation of metals in the East Calcutta wetland ecosystem
The concentrations of heavy metals in wastewater were reduced by 25 to 45% and total Cr was reduced by 95%, on the course of the 40 km long journey of the composite wastewater from the sources to river mouth via the wastewater carrying canal and the stabilization pond.
A study on the phytoaccumulation of waste elements in wetland plants of a Ramsar site in India
- S. Chatterjee, Mridul Chetia, L. Singh, B. Chattopadhyay, S. Datta, S. Mukhopadhyay
- Environmental ScienceEnvironmental monitoring and assessment
- 1 July 2011
The present study indicates the importance of identification and efficiency of metal uptake and accumulation capabilities by plants in relation to their applications in remediation of a contaminated East Calcutta Wetland ecosystem.
Envelope protein gene based molecular characterization of Japanese encephalitis virus clinical isolates from West Bengal, India: a comparative approach with respect to SA14-14-2 live attenuated…
- A. Sarkar, A. Banik, B. K. Pathak, S. Mukhopadhyay, S. Chatterjee
- BiologyBMC Infectious Diseases
- 8 August 2013
Evolution of JEV at a local level is reported and it is demonstrated that isolate-specific crucial amino acid substitutions were closely related to neurovirulence/neuroinvasiveness of JE.
Ecotoxicological Assessment of Tannery Effluent Using Guppy Fish (Poecilia reticulata) as an Experimental Model: A Biomarker Study
- Anulipi Aich, A. Goswami, U. Roy, S. Mukhopadhyay
- Biology, Environmental ScienceJournal of toxicology and environmental health…
- 12 February 2015
Investigation of acute and chronic toxicity of tannery effluent on a fish biosystem by examining oxidative stress enzyme expression in different organs including liver, gills, and muscle suggests elevated activities of stress enzymes in fish upon exposure to environmental pollutants may serve as important biomarkers for oxidative stress.
Butterfly diversity and abundance with reference to habitat heterogeneity in and around Neora Valley National Park, West Bengal, India
Findings made during this study indicate negative influence of anthropogenic intervention on overall butterfly diversity from the present location and butterflies that showed high occurrences were Indian Tortoise Shell, Yellow Coster and Himalayan Five Ring.
Spatio-temporal variations in total carbon content in contaminated surface waters at East Kolkata Wetland Ecosystem, a Ramsar Site
The Mid-Winter Assemblage And Diversity Of Bird Populations At Patlakhawa Protected Forest, Coochbehar, West Bengal, India
Winter appeared to be the best time for niche occupancy at the Himalayan foothills for assemblages of either winter migrants and visitors or altitudinal and passage migrants, as about 30% of all encountered species were migrants.
Habitat Preference and Diversity of Anuran in Durgapur, an Industrial City of West Bengal, India
- Sachinandan Dutta, S. Mukhopadhyay
- Environmental ScienceProceedings of the Zoological Society
- 1 June 2013
Anuran diversity study was conducted for one year between June 2008 and August 2009 at Durgapur, an industrial city of West Bengal, India. Nine species under four families of the Order Anura were…