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Details of Dr. Bhaskar Venkateswaran Parli   


Gender male
Job title Scientist
Department Southern Ocean Studies
National Centre for Antarctic & Ocean Research Goa ( NCAOR)
(Ministry of Earth Sciences) Headland Sada Vasco-da-Gama 403 804
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Eastern Basin
Tel 00918326551118
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Degree Ph.D.
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities Biogeochemical and microbial processes in Southern Ocean, carbon fluxes and inventory
Research Region Southern 71, Southern Ocean
Working languages English
Skills/Expertise Microbial production, microscopy, geochemical analysis, microbial loop, Organic carbon and sulfur biogeochemistry
Comments Currently working on Biogeochemistry in and around Southern Iberian Peninsula
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Bhaskar PARLI)

Bhaskar, P. V. and Bhosle N.B., 2008. Bacterial heterotrophic production and ecto-glucosidase activity in a shallow coastal station off Dona Paula Bay. Estuarine Coastal Shelf Sciences, 80, 413-424.
2. Bhaskar P V and Bhosle N B, 2006. Dynamics of transparent exopolymeric particles (TEP) and particle-associated carbohydrates in the Dona Paula bay, west coast of India. Journal of Earth System Sciences (115): 403-414.
5. Bhaskar P V and Bhosle N B, 2004. Microbial exopolymeric substances (EPS) and its role in marine biogeochemical cycles. Current Science, (88) 45-53.
Bhosle N B, Bhaskar P V and Ramachandran S, 1998. Abundance of dissolved polysaccharides in the oxygen minimum layer of the northern Indian Ocean. Marine Chemistry (63): 171-182.
4. Bhaskar P V, Grossart H P, Bhosle N B and Simon M, 2005. Production of organic macroaggregates from exopolysaccharides of bacterial and diatom origin. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, (53): 255-264.
Garg A and Bhaskar P V, 2000. Fluxes of diatoms in the Dona Paula Bay, west coast of India. Journal of Plankton Research, (44): 47-56.
3. Bhaskar P V and Bhosle N B, 2006. Bacterial Extracellular Polymeric Substance (EPS): A carrier of heavy metals in the marine food-chain. Environment International (32): 191-198.
6. Bhaskar P V, Cardozo E, Giriyan A, Garg A and Bhosle N B, 2000. Sedimentation of particulate matter in the Dona Paula Bay, west coast of India during November to May 1995-97. Estuaries (23): 722-734.
i. Bhaskar, P. V., Rajdeep Roy, Mangesh Gauns, D.M. Shenoy, V.D. Rao and S. Mochemadkar 2011. Identification of non-indigenous phytoplankton species dominated bloom off Goa using inverted microscopy and pigment (HPLC) analysis. Journal of Earth System Science, 120(6): 1145-1154.
9. S. C. Tripathy, S. Pavithran, P. Sabu, R. K. Naik, S. B. Noronha, P. V. Bhaskar and N. Anilkumar, Is phytoplankton productivity in the Indian Ocean sector of Southern Ocean affected by pigment packaging effect? Current Science, 107(6): 1019-1026.
Swart S., Jiping Liu, Bhaskar P.V., Newman L., Fenney K., Meredith M. and Schofield O., 2014. The SOOS Asian Workshop: Exploring possibilities for collaboration. Advances in Polar Science, 25(2): 126-132.
8. Jiping Liu, Swart S., Bhaskar P.V., Newman L., Meredith M., Schofield O. and Jianfeng H E., 2014. The SOOS Asian Workshop on Southern Ocean research and processes. Advances in Polar Science, 25(2): 121-125.

Created: 2009-09-04 Last Updated: 2015-07-03 by Bhaskar PARLI