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Seasonal variation of microzooplankton (20-200 mu m) and its possible implications on the vertical carbon flux in the western Bay of Bengal
Authors: Jyothibabu, R.;Madhu, N. V.;Maheswaran, P. A.;Jayalakshmy, K. V.;Nair, K. K. C.;Achuthankutty, C. T. Year: 2008
Journal: Continental Shelf Research
Publisher: Elsevier Science  
Volume: 28
Issue/Number: 6
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Category: 2a. Science Applications - Biological (B)
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OD: Object Subject Terms: Abundance; Biomass; Carbon flux; Chlorophyll a distribution (mg/m[3]); Column chlorophyll a (mg/m[3]); Community structure; Depth; Depth (m); Euphotic column (m); Herbivorous pathway; Heterotrophic dinoflagellates; Higher trophic level; Latitude (
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Regional Centre, Kochi 682018, India, [mailto:rjyothi1@yahoo.co.in]


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