Environmental conditions of Chilika Lake during pre and post hydrological intervention: an overview

@article{Sahu2014EnvironmentalCO,
  title={Environmental conditions of Chilika Lake during pre and post hydrological intervention: an overview},
  author={Biraja Kumar Sahu and Premalata Pati and Rama Chandra Panigrahy},
  journal={Journal of Coastal Conservation},
  year={2014},
  volume={18},
  pages={285-297}
}
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 undergone significant changes over the years under the influence of natural events and anthropogenic interventions. Decades of research have shown that the ecological changes of the lake system and its fisheries were influenced mainly by the water exchange between the lake and the sea that controls… 
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