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Title: Studies on planktonic ostracods of the northern indian ocean
Authors: Jacob,George
Dr.Kurian, C V
Keywords: Subfamily Cyprin
Hydrography
Subfamily Archiconchoecinae
Issue Date: Apr-1977
Publisher: Cochin University of Science and Technology
Abstract: Planktonic ostracod of the Indian Ocean have not been studied in detail although extensive studies have been made on them from other oceans, particularly Atlantic. with this view, the present study was undertaken, to throw; some light on the systematics and distribution oi’ planktonic ostracods in this region, This study provides iniormation regarding the distribution or each species in the Northern Indian Ocean, specially in the Bay of Bengal which is the least explored, as far as planlctunio ostracods are concerned. It may also furnish us with the data regarding the nature of ostracod production in this area, which directly reflects on the total productivity as they play an important role in the rapid recycling or organic substances, iaecal pellets and even flocculants In the present study the main objectives are; (1) Proper detemination of the species or planktonic Ostraooda that occur in the area or investigation, (2) to explain the pattern oi’ distribution, (3) to estimate their abundance and to some extent seasonal variation, and (4) to correlate their distribution with the physics-chemical factors of the environment
Description: Indian ocean biological center national institute of oceanography regional centre
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/3278
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