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Anusha Polampelli | OMICS International
ISSN: 2155-9910

Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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Anusha Polampelli

St. Peters Institute of Pharmacy, Warangal
India
Publications

Marine Brackish Water

Brackish water is water having additional salinity than fresh, however not the maximum amount as brine. it should result from combining brine with H2O along, as in estuaries, or it should occur in salt fossil aquifers. The word comes from the center Dutch root "brak". bound human activities will turn out salt water, applied science comes like dikes... Read More»

Anusha Polampelli

: J Marine Sci Res Dev

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Short note on Modern oceanography

Human information of the oceans remained confined to the upmost few fathoms of the water and a little quantity of rock bottom, chiefly in shallow areas. nearly nothing was notable of the ocean depths. land Royal Navy's efforts to chart all the world's coastlines within the mid-19th century bolstered the imprecise concept most of the ocean was terri... Read More»

Anusha Polampelli

: J Marine Sci Res Dev

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History on Deep Sea Biology

The sea is outlined because a part of the ocean below two hundred meters depth. These surroundings are considered extraordinarily harsh with temperatures of below five degrees Anders Celsius, extreme pressure (2,000 meters equals regarding two hundred times the gas pressure bewildered level), and no daylight. The deep ocean starts wherever the dayl... Read More»

Anusha Polampelli

: J Marine Sci Res Dev

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