Journal of
Oceanography and Marine Science

  • Abbreviation: J. Oceanogr. Mar. Sci.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2294
  • DOI: 10.5897/JOMS
  • Start Year: 2010

JOMS Articles in press

An overview on morphology, biology, and culture of pearlspot Etroplus suratensis (Bloch, 1790)

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The pearlspot, Etroplus suratensis, largest Indian cichlids, is a popular aquarium fish and commercial high-valued food fish around South-East Asian country. It is widely distributed in the backwaters and freshwaters along the coastal regions from South Canara to Indian Thiruvananthapuram on the west coast and later introduced to brackishwater bodies on the east coast, such as Chilka Lake and is cultured traditionally....

Author(s):Asish Mondal

Occurrence of Cyanobacterial bloom and Investigation of the Physico-chemical parameters from Muttukadu estuary, Tamilnadu, Southeast of India

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The results of an investigation carried out during August-2013 to July-2014 on cyanobacteria blooming species and investigation of the water quality parameters from Muttukadu estuary. The water samples for plankton analysis were collected by using plankton net and the water samples for nutrients analysis were collected in the sterile plastic bottles. Microcystis aeruginosa cell density values were varied between 7.9x108...

Author(s):S. Vasudevan and M.P. Arulmoorthy

Seasonally Reversing West India Coastal Current Balance Genetic Variation along the South-Eastern Arabian Sea

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The honeycomb worm Sabellaria chandraae is the most common reef-building polychaete along the west coast of India, living in the intertidal area. Understanding factors that control the larval dispersal and larval supply of intertidal populations is a fundamental issue on the conservation biology, measuring connectivity patterns, and these methods often assume the dispersal patterns. We used the Cytochrome c Oxidase subunit...

Author(s):Periasamy Rengaiyan

Studies on Carbon Sequestration in Chlorella Vulgaris

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Carbon sequestration was investigated using microalgae of Chlorella vulgaris in photo bioreactors (PBR). Culture was maintained at 24±1°C in a thermo-statically controlled room and illuminated with cool white inflorescence lamps (Philips 40W, Cool daylight 6500K) at an intensity of 2000 lux in a 12 h: light dark regime. In the present study, sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) used as a carbon source and their effect was...

Author(s):M. Palanisamy, P. Elaiyaraju, S. Mukund and V. Sivasubramanian

Day-Night distribution, composition and abundance of zooplankton groups in coastal waters along Karachi coast of North Arabian Sea, Pakistan

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This study was conduct at two stations of coastal waters of Karachi, St.1 (Manora) and St.2 (Mubarak Village). The main purpose of study was to observe the day night abundance and distribution of different zooplankton groups and find out the productivity of these waters regarding the fish catch. Day and night distribution, composition and abundance of the main zooplankton groups were analyzed during the year of 2008-9. The...

Author(s):Center of Excellence in Marine Biology, University of Karachi, Karachi-, Pakistan.

Current status of Pakistan coastal zone and management strategies toward sustainable development of marine and coastal resources

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This paper identifies and examines the integrated coastal zone management (ICZM) problems and environmental issues of the coastal zone of Pakistan. The study also evaluated management strategies and progressive perspectives of enactment legislations, public participation, capacity building, organizational arrangement and scientific research institutions of Pakistan. The government of Pakistan has made various kinds of...

Author(s):College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, , China. Fangchenggang Municipal Ocean Bureau, Fangchenggang, , China. College of Fisheries “Fisheries Economics and Management”, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, , China.

The influence of sea surface temperature on tropical cyclones formed in the Bay of Bengal

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The influence of sea surface temperature (SST) on tropical cyclones formed in the Bay of Bengal (5.5 to 21.5°N; 80.5 to 95.5°E) was examined, using 84 months (January 2008 to December 2015) of National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Optimum interpolation version 2 daily SST data. The formation of cyclonic storm (CS) was dominated during the monsoon and post monsoon periods where as the formation of severe...

Author(s):Department of Meteorology and Oceanography, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh , India

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