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Job title Chief Scientist
National Institute of Oceanography, Goa ( NIO)
Dona Paula Dona Paula 403 004
National Institute of Oceanography, Goa Dona Paula
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Degree Ph. D., D.Agr.
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Region 71, Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal
Skills/Expertise Marine Ecosystem analyses, Bioinvasion,
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Professor Dr. A.c. ANIL)

95.Lidita Khandeparker, Priya M. D?Costa, A C Anil* & Subhash 1 S. Sawant Interactions of bacteria with diatoms: influence on natural marine biofilms ( In Press Marine Ecology 2013) ( IF 1.836) 94. Arora Mani, A. C. Anil*, Frederik Leliaert, Delany Jane and Mesbahi Ehsan 2013. Tetraselmis indica (Chlorodendrophyceae, Chlorophyta), a new species isolated from salt pans in Goa, India. European Journal of Phycology. (IF: 1.828) 93. Carney, K.J.; Basurko, O.C.; Pazouki, K.; Marsham, S.; Delany, J.E.; Desai, D.V.; Anil, A.C.; Mesbahi, E 2013. Difficulties in obtaining representative samples for compliance with the Ballast Water Management Convention. . Mar Poll Bull Mar. Pollut. Bull.: 68(1-2); 2013; 99-105. (IF: 2.503) 92. Chetan A. Gaonkar and A. C. Anil* 2013. Stable isotopic analysis of Barnacle larvae and their faecal pellets to evaluate the ingested food. J Expt Mar Biol Ecol. (IF: 1.875) 91. V. P. Padate, C. U. Rivonker and A. C. Anil* 2013. A new record of scylla olivacea (Decapoda, Brachyura, Portunidae) from Goa, Central West coast of India- A comparative diagnosis. Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences. (IF: 0.422) 90. Chetan A. Gaonkar and A. C. Anil* 2012. Settlement and recruitment of the barnacle Balanus amphitrite from a tropical environment influenced by monsoons. JMBA-UK. (IF: 1.000) 89. D?Silva M. S., A. C. Anil* and Sawant S.S. 2012. Dinoflagellate cyst assemblages in recent sediments of Visakhapatnam harbour, east coast of India: Influence of environmental characteristics. Mar Poll Bull. (IF: 2.503) 88. Chetan A. Gaonkar and A. C. Anil* 2012. Gut fluorescence analysis of barnacle larvae: an approach to quantify the ingested food. Estuar. Coast. Shelf Sci. 111; 147-150. (IF: 2.247) 87. D?Silva M. S., A. C. Anil*, Borole D. V., Nath B. N. and Singhal Rakesh 2012. Tracking the history of dinoflagellate cyst assemblages in sediments from the west coast of India. J. Sea Res.: 73; 86-100. (IF: 2.598) 86. Kaveh Emami, Vahid Askari, Matthias Ullrich, Khwajah Mohinudeen, A. C. Anil, Lidita Khandeparker, J. Grant Burgess and Ehsan Mesbahi 2012. Characterization of Bacteria in Ballast Water Using MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry. PLOS One (IF: 4.092) 85. Mitbavkar S., Rajaneesh K. M., A. C. Anil* and Sundar D. 2012. Picophytoplankton community in a tropical estuary: Detection of Prochlorococcus-like populations. Estuar. Coast. Shelf Sci.: 107; 159-164. (IF: 2.247) 84. D?Silva M. S., A. C. Anil*, R. K. Naik and P. M. D?Costa 2012. Algal blooms: a perspective from the coasts of India. Natural Hazards. 63; 1225-1253. (IF: 1.529) 83. Priya M. D?Costa and A.C. Anil* 2012. The effect of antibiotics on diatom communities. Current Science. (IF: 0.935) 82. Arora M., A. C. Anil*, Delany J., Rajarajan N., Emami K. and Mesbahi E. 2012. Carbohydrate-degrading bacteria closely associated with Tetraselmis indica: Influence on algal growth. Aquat. Biol. 15; 61-71. (IF: 1.474) 81. Naidu P. D., Patil J. S., Narale D. D. and A. C. Anil 2012. A first look at the dinoflagellate cysts abundance in the Bay of Bengal: Implications on Late Quaternary productivity and climate change. Curr. Sci. 202(3); 495-499. (IF: 0.935) 80. Gaonkar C. A., Samiksha S. V., George G., Aboobacker V. M., Vethamony, P.; A. C. Anil 2012. Numerical simulations of barnacle larval dispersion coupled with field observations on larval abundance, settlement and recruitment in a tropical monsoon influenced coastal marine environment. J Mar. Syst. 94; 218-231. (IF: 2.126) 79. Bacchetti DeGregoris, T.; Khandeparker, L.; A. C. Anil; Mesbahi, E.; Burgess, J.G.; Clare, A.S. 2012. Characterisation of the bacteria associated with barnacle, Balanus amphitrite, shell and their role in gregarious settlement of cypris larvae. J Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 413; 7?12. (IF: 1.875) 78. Hegde, S.; Narale, D.D., A. C. Anil*. 2011. Sexual reproduction in Odontella regia (Schultze) Simonsen 1974 (Bacillariophyta). Curr. Sci. 101(2) 222-225. (IF: 0.935) 77. DeSilva, M.S.; A.C. Anil*, DeCosta P.M. 2011. An overview of dinoflagellate cysts in recent sediments along the west coast of India. Ind. J Geo-Mar. Sci 40(5); 697-709. (IF: 0.422) 76. Patil, J.S.; A.C. Anil* 2011 Variations in phytoplankton community in a monsoon-influenced tropical estuary. Environ. Monit. Assess. 182; 291?300. (IF: 1.4) 75. Khandeparker L., A.C. Anil*. 2011. Role of conspecific cues and sugars in the settlement of cyprids of the barnacle, Balanus Amphitrite. J of Zoology 284(3); 206-214. (IF: 2.043) 74. Naik R.K., A.C. Anil*, Narale D.D., Chitari R.R., Kulkarni V.K. 2011. Primary description of surface water phytoplankton pigment patterns in the Bay of Bengal. J Sea Research; 65(4); 435-441. (IF: 2.598) 73. R.K. Naik, S. Hegde, A.C. Anil*. 2011. Dinoflagellate community structure from the stratified environment of the Bay of Bengal, with special emphasis on harmful algal bloom species. ; Environ. Monit. Assess.182; 15?30. (IF: 1.4) 72. Mitbavkar, S.; A.C. Anil*. 2011. Tiniest primary producers in the marine environment: An appraisal from the context of waters around India. Curr. Sci. 100(7); 986-988. (IF: 0.935) 71. DeCosta, P.M.; A.C. Anil*. 2011. The effect of bacteria on diatom community structure - The 'antibiotics' approach. Research Microbiology. 162(3); 292-301. (IF: 2.763) 70. Naik, R.K.; Chitari, R.R., A.C. Anil*. 2010. Karlodinium veneficum in India: Effect of fixatives on morphology and allelopathy in relation to Skeletonema costatum. Curr. Sci. 99, 1112-1116. (IF: 0.935 ) 69. Kulkarni, V.K.; Chitari, R.R.; Narale, D.D.; Patil, J.S.; A.C. Anil*. 2010. Occurrence of cyanobacteria - diatom symbiosis in the Bay of Bengal: Implications in biogeochemistry. Curr. Sci. 99, 736-737. (IF: 0.935) 68. Naik, R.K.; Sarno, D.; Kooistra, W.H.C.F.; DeCosta, P.M.; A.C. Anil* 2010. Skeletonema (Bacillariophyceae) in Indian waters: A reappraisal. Indian J. Mar. Sci. 39, 290-293. (IF: 0.422) 67. DeCosta, P.M.; A.C. Anil*. 2010. Diatom community dynamics in a tropical, monsoon-influenced environment: West coast of India. Cont. Shelf Res. 30(12), 1324-1337. (IF: 2.088) 66. Chetan A. Gaonkar and A.C. Anil* 2010. What do barnacle larvae feed on? Implications in biofouling ecology. J. Mar. Biol. Assoc, UK. 90(6); 1241-1247. (IF: 1) 65. Nishant Seth, Piyul Chakravarty, Lidita Khandeparker, A.C. Anil*, Aniruddha B. Pandit 2010. Quantification of the energy required for the destruction of Balanus amphitrite larva by ultrasonic treatment. J. Mar. Biol. Assoc, UK. 90(7); 1475-1482. (IF: 1) 64. V. P. Padate, C. U. Rivonker, A. C. Anil, S. S. Sawant and K. Venkat. 2010. A new species of portunid crab of the genus Charybdis (De Haan, 1833) (Crustacea: Decapoda:Brachyura) from Goa, India. Mar. Biol Res. 6(6); 579-590. (IF: 1.055) 63. Anil A.C.*, Khandeparker L., Desai D.V., Baragi L. and Gaonkar C. 2010. Larval development, sensory mechanisms and physiological adaptations in acorn barnacles with special reference to Balanus Amphitrite. Journal of Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 392(1-2); 89-98. (IF: 1.875) 62. Gaonkar C., Venkat K., A.C. Anil*. 2010. Changes in the abundance and composition of zooplankton from the ports of Mumbai, India. Environ. Monit. Assess. 168(1-4) 179-194. (IF: 1.4) 61. Chetan A. Gaonkar, Subhash S. Sawant, A. C. Anil*, K. Venkat and S. N. Harkantra 2010. Changes in the occurrence of hard substratum faunal composition: A case study from Mumbai harbour, India. Indian J. Mar. Sci. 39(1); 74-84. (IF: 0.422) 60. Singh S.K., Verma P., Ramaiah N., A.C. Anil and Shouche Y.S. 2010. Phylogenetic diversity of archaeal 16S rRNA and ammonia monooxygenase genes from tropical estuarine sediments on the central west coast of India. Res. Microbiol.: 161(3); 177-186. (IF: 2.763) 59. Padate V.P., Rivonker C.U. and A.C. Anil*. 2010. A note on the occurrence of reef inhabiting, red-bellied yellow tail fusilier, Caesio cuning from outside known geographical array. Mar Biodiversity Records (Biol. Assoc UK), 3; 6 pp. (IF: NIL) 58. Kirti Sureshchandra Kesarkar and A.C. Anil* 2010 New species of Paracalanidae along the west coast of India: Paracalanus arabiensis. J. Mar. Biol. Assoc, UK. 90(2); 399-408. (IF: 1) 57. Chetan .A. Gaonkar, S.S. Sawant, A.C. Anil, K.Venkat and S.N. Harkantra 2010. Mumbai harbor, India: gateway for introduction of marine organisms. Environ Monit Assess. 163(1-3); 583-589. (IF: 1.4) 56. Sawant S.S., A. C. Anil*, Venkat K., C. Gaonkar, J. Kolwalkar, Khandeparker L., Desai D.V., A. Mahulkar, V. V. Ranade, A. B. Pandit 2008. Effect of hydrodynamic cavitation on zooplankton: a tool for disinfection. Biochemical Engineering Journal 42(3); 320-328. (IF: 2.645) 55. J. S. Patil and A. C. Anil* 2008. Temporal variation of diatom benthic propagules in a monsoon-influenced tropical estuary. Continental Shelf Research 28(17); 2404-2416. (IF: 2.088) 54. Arnab Ghosh, Somnath Mondal, Atit Jain, A.C. Anil* 2008. Ballast water treatment technology: Overcoming mechanical constraints by alternate ballast distribution system. Journal of Marine design & operations. B13, 147-1556. (IF: NIL) 53. Smita Mitbavkar and A.C. Anil* 2008 Seasonal variations in the fouling community structure from a monsoon influenced tropical estuary. Biofouling 24(6), 415-426. (IF: 4.429) 52. Sahana Hegde, A.C. Anil*, Jagadish S. Patil, Smita Mitbavkar, Venkat Krishnamurthy, Vissa V. Gopalakrishna 2008 Influence of environmental settings on the prevalence of Trichodesmium spp. in the Bay of Bengal Mar Ecol Prog Ser 356, pp. 93-101. (IF: 2.711) 51. Priya M. D?Costa, A.C. Anil*, Jagadish S. Patil, Sahana Hegde, Maria Shamina D?Silva, Molji Chourasia 2008 Dinoflagellates in a mesotrophic, tropical environment influenced by monsoon. Est. Coast. Shelf Sci. 77(1), pp. 77-90. (IF: 2.247) 50. Mitbavkar S. A.C. Anil* 2007 Species interactions within a fouling diatom community: Roles of nutrients, initial inoculum and competitive strategies Biofouling 23 (2), pp. 99-112. (IF: 4.429) 49. Anil A. C.*, Smita Mitbavkar, Maria Shamina D?Silva, Sahana Hegde, Priya M. D?Costa, Surekha S. Meher, Dipanwita Banerjee 2007 Effect of ageing on survival of benthic diatom propagules J. Expt. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 343(1), 37-43. (IF: 1.875) 48. Khandeparker, L., A. C. Anil* 2007 Underwater adhesion: The barnacle way, Int. J. Adh. Adhe. 27(2), 165-172. (IF: 2.17) 47. Mitbavkar, S. A.C. Anil* 2006 Cell damage and recovery in cryopreserved microphytobenthic diatoms Cryobiology: 53(1); 143-147. (IF: 2.062) 46. Khandeparker L., A.C. Anil*, S. Raghukumar 2006. Relevance of biofilm bacteria in modulating the larval metamorphosis of Balanus amphitrite FEMS Microb. Ecol. 58:3, 425?438. (IF: 3.408) 45. Desai, D. V., A.C. Anil*, K. Venkat 2006. Reproduction in Balanus amphitrite Darwin (Cirripedia: Thoracica): influence of temperature and food concentration Mar. Biol. 149(6) 1431-1441. (IF: 2.276) 44. Vishwakiran Y., A.C. Anil*, K. Venkat, S.S. Sawant 2006. Gyrineum natator: A potential indicator of imposex along the Indian coast. Chemosphere 62 (10) 1718-1725. (IF: 3.206) 43. Mitbavkar S., A.C. Anil* 2006. Diatoms of the microphytobenthic community in a tropical intertidal sand flat influenced by monsoons: spatial and temporal variations. Mar. Biol. 148(4) 693-709. (IF: 2.276) 42. Bhosle, N.B., A. Garg, R. Harji, S. Jadhav, S.S. Sawant, K. Venkat, A.C. Anil 2006. Butyltins in the sediments of Kochi and Mumbai harbours, west coast of India. Environ. Int. 32(2) 252-258. (IF: 5.297) 41. Patil J.S., A. C. Anil* 2005. Quantification of diatoms in biofilms: Standardisation of methods. Biofouling 21(3/4) 181-188. (IF: 4.429) 40. Patil J.S., A. C. Anil* 2005. Biofilm diatom community structure: Influence of temporal and substratum variability. Biofouling 21(3/4) 189-206. (IF: 4.429) 39. Patil J.S., A. C. Anil* 2005. Influence of diatom exopolymers and biofilms on metamorphosis in the barnacle Balanus amphitrite. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 301 231?245. (IF: 2.711) 38. Desai D.V., A.C. Anil* 2005. Recruitment of the barnacle Balanus amphitrite in a tropical estuary: implications of environmental perturbation, reproduction and larval ecology. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K. 85 909-920. (IF: 1.000) 37. Thakur N.L., A. C. Anil*, W.E.G. Muller 2004. Culturable epibacteria of the marine sponge Ircinia fusca: temporal variations and their possible role in the epibacterial defense of the host. Aquat. Micro. Ecol. 37 295-304. (IF: 2.393) 36. Mitbavkar S., A.C. Anil* 2004. Vertical migratory rhythms of benthic diatoms in a tropical intertidal sand flat: influence of irradiance and tides. Mar. Biol. 145 9-20. (IF: 2.276) 35. Desai D., A.C. Anil* 2004. The impact of food type, temperature and starvation on the larval development of Balanus amphitrite Darwin (Cirripedia:Yhoracica). J. Expt. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 306 113-137. (IF: 1.875) 34. Bhosle, N.B., A. Garg, S. Jadhav, R. Harjee, S.S. Sawant, K. Venkat, A.C. Anil 2004. Butyltins in water, biofilm, animals and sediments of the west coast of India. Chemosphere 57 897-907. (IF: 3.206) 33. Raghukumar, S., A.C. Anil 2003. Marine Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: A Perspective. Cur. Sci. 84(7): 884-892. (IF: 0.935) 32. Khandeparker, L., A.C. Anil*, S. Raghukumar 2003. Barnacle larval destination: piloting possibilities by bacteria and lectin interaction. J. Expt. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 289 1-13. (IF: 1.875) 31. Thakur, N.L., U. Hentschel, A. Krasko, C.T. Pabel, A.C. Anil, W.E.G. Muller 2003. Antibacterial activity of the sponge Suberites domuncula and its primmorphs: Potential basis for the epibacterial defence. Aquat. Micro. Ecol. 31 (1) 77-83. (IF: 2.393) 30. Khandeparker L., A.C. Anil*, S. Raghukumar 2002. Exploration and metamorphosis in Balanus amphitrite Darwin (Cirripedia; Thoracica) cyprids: significance of sugars and adult extract. J. Expt. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 281 (1-2) 77-88. (IF: 1.875) 29. Desai D., A.C. Anil* 2002. Comparison of nutritional status of field and laboratory reared Balanus amphitrite Darwin (Cirripedia:Thoracica) larvae and implication of starvation. J. Expt. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 280 (1-2) 117-134. (IF: 1.875) 28. Anil, A.C.*, K. Venkat, S.S. Sawant, M. Dileepkumar, V.K. Dhargalkar, N. Ramaiah, S.N. Harkantra, Z.A. Ansari 2002. Marine bioinvasion: Concern for ecology and shipping. Curr. Sci. 83(4): 214-218. (IF: 0.935) 27. Khandeparker L., A.C. Anil*, S. Raghukumar 2002. Factors regulating the production of different inducers in Pseudomonas aeruginosa with reference to larval metamorphosis in Balanus amphitrite. Aquat. Micro. Ecol. 28(1) 37-54. (IF: 2.393) 26. Mitbavkar S., A.C. Anil* 2002. Diatoms of the microphytobenthic community: population structure in a tropical intertidal sand flat. Mar. Biol. 140 (1) 41-57. (IF: 2.276) 25. Anil A.C.*, D. Desai, L. Khandeparker 2001. Larval development and metamorphosis in Balanus amphitrite Darwin (Cirripedia:Thoracica): significance of food concentration, temperature and nucleic acids. J. Expt. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 263 (2) 125-141. (IF: 1.875) 24. Vishwakiran, Y., N. L. Thakur, S. Raghukumar, P.L. Yennawar, A.C. Anil 2001. Spatial and temporal distribution of fungi and wood borers in the coastal tropical waters of Goa, India. Bot. Mar. 44(1), 47-56. (IF: 1.493) 23. Swain, G., A.C. Anil, R.E. Baier, F.S. Chia, E. Conte, A. Cook, M. Hadfield, E. Haslbeck, E. Holm, C. Kavanagh, D. Kohrs, B. Kovach, C. Lee, L. Mazzella, A.E. Meyer, P.Y. Qian, S.S. Sawant, M. Schultz, J. Sigurdsson, C. Smith, L. Soo, A. Terlizzi, A.B. Wagh, R. Zimmerman, V. Zupo 2000. Biofouling and barnacle adhesion data for fouling-release coatings subjected to static immersion at seven marine sites. Biofouling 16(2-4) 331-344. (IF: 4.429) 22. Patil, J.S., A.C. Anil* 2000. Epibiotic community of horseshoe crab Tachypleus gigas (Muller). Mar. Biol. 136(4), 699-713. (IF: 2.276) 21. Raghukumar, S., A.C. Anil, L. Khandeparkar, J.S. Patil 2000. Thraustocytrid protists as a component of marine microbial films. Mar. Biol. 136(4), 603-609. (IF: 2.276) 20. Thakur N.L., A.C. Anil* 2000. Antibacterial activity of the sponge Ircinia ramosa: Importance of its surface associated bacteria. J. Chem. Ecol. 26(1), 57-71. (IF: 2.657) 19. Desai D.V., A.C. Anil* 2000. Influence of temperature on the starvation threshold of nauplii of barnacle Balanus amphitrite (Cirripedia: Thoracica). Indian J. Mar. Sci. 29 (1) 69-72. (IF: 0.422) 18. Mitbavkar S., A.C. Anil* 2000. Diatom colonization on stainless steel panels in estuarine waters of Goa, west coast of India. Indian J. Mar. Sci. 29 (3) 273-276. (IF: 0.422) 17. Yennawar, P.L., N.L. Thakur, K. Venkat, A.C. Anil*, A.B. Wagh 1999. Ecology of wood-boring bivalve Martesia striata (Pholadidae) in Indian waters. Est. Coast. Shelf Sci. 49 123-130. (IF: 2.247) 16. Vishwakiran, Y., A.C. Anil* 1999. Record of imposex in Cronia konkanensis (Gastropoda, Muricidae) from Indian waters. Mar. Env. Res. 48(2)123-130. (IF: 2.276) 15. Anil A.C.*, R.D.S. Khandeparkar 1998. Influence of bacterial exopolymers, conspecific adult extract and salinity on the cyprid metamorphosis of Balanus amphitrite (Cirripedia:Thoracica). Mar. Ecol. 18: 279-292. (IF: -) 14. Anil A.C.*, A.S. Tulaskar, D.C. Khandeparkar, A.B. Wagh 1997. Cryopreservation of Balanus amphitrite nauplii. Cryobiology, 34 131-140. (IF: 2.062) 13. Anil A.C.*, J. Kurian 1996. Influence of food concentration, temperature and salinity on the larval development of Balanus amphitrite. Mar. Biol. 127 (1) 115-124. (IF: 2.276) 12. Anil A.C.*, K. Chiba, K. Okamoto, H. Kurokura 1995. Influence of temperature and salinity on the larval development of Balanus amphitrite : implications in fouling ecology. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 118 (1-3) 159-166. (IF: 2.711) 11. Khandeparker D.C., A.C. Anil*, K. Venkat 1995. Larvae of fouling organisms and macrofouling at New Mangalore Port, west coast of India. Indian J.Mar. Sci. 24 (1) 37-40. (IF: 0.422) 10. Venkat K., A.C. Anil*, D.C. Khandeparker, S.S. Mokashe 1995. Ecology of Ascidians in the macrofouling community of New Mangalore Port. Indian J.Mar. Sci. 24 (1) 41-43. (IF: 0.422) 9. Mokashe S.S., A. Garg, A.C. Anil, A.B. Wagh 1994. Growth inhibition of periphytic diatoms by methanol extracts of sponges and holothurians. Indian J. Mar. Sci. 23(1) 57-58. (IF: 0.422) 8. Anil A. C.*, K. Chiba and K. Okamoto, 1990. Macrofouling community structure and ecology of barnacles in Hamana Bay (Japan). Biofouling 2 137-150. (IF: 4.429) 7. Anil A.C.*, A.B. Wagh 1988. Accumulation of Copper and Zinc by Balanus amphitrite in a tropical estuary. Mar. Poll. Bull. 19(4) 177-180. (IF: 2.503) 6. Sawant S.S., A. C. Anil, A.B. Wagh, 1985. A device for biofouling studies in estuaries in relation to the tidal cycle. Mahasagar. 18(1) 67-70. (IF: - ) 5. Anil A.C., A.B. Wagh 1984. New record of Scleractinian coral Astrangia sp. from Indian waters. Curr. Sci. 53 11. (IF: 0.935) 4. Wagh A.B., A.C. Anil 1983. Destruction of timber panels by wood boring organisms in Mandovi estuary of Goa. Indian J. Mar. Sci. 12189-191. (IF: 0.422) 3. Udayabhaskar S., A.C. Anil, A.B. Wagh 1983. Iron accumulation in the sessile barnacle, Balanus amaryllis (Darwin). Mar. Poll. Bull. 14(6) 236-237. (IF: 2.503) 2. Anil A.C., A.B. Wagh 1982. Observation on the behaviour of timber in Zuari estuary of Goa. J. Indian Acad. Wood Sci.13(2) 75-83. (IF: - ) 1. Anil A.C. 1982. Prawn seed resources of Sunkeri Backwaters (Kali estuary) India. Indian J. Fish. Ass. 12/13:13-20. (IF: - ) Publications Monograph Anil, A.C., C. Clarke, T. Hayes, R. Hilliard, G. Joshi, K. Venkat, J. Polglaze, S.S. Sawant, S. Raaymakers 2004. Ballast Water Risk Assessment, Ports of Mumbai and Jawaharlal Nehru, India, October 2003: Final Report. GloBallast Monograph Series No. 11. IMO London. In Books 3. Anil, A.C., Desai D.V., Khandeparker L., Gaonkar C.A. 2012. Barnacles and their significance in biofouling, In Operational and environmental consequences of large industrial cooling water systems. V.P.Springer: Chapter 5; 65-93. Eds. by: Rajagopal, S.; Jenner, H.A.; Venugopalan. 2. Anil, A.C., J.S. Patil, S. Mitbavkar, P.M. D?Costa, S. D?Silva, S. Hegde, R. Naik. Role of Diatoms in Marine Biofouling, In Recent Advances on Applied Aspects of Indian Marine Algae with Reference to Global Scenario ( Volume 1) Editor A. Tewari, 2006 Central Salt and Marine Institute. 1. Anil, A.C. 2006. A perspective of bioinvasion, In Multiple dimensions of Global Environmental Change, Editor S. Sonak, and Published by TERI Press, The Energy and Resources Institute, New Delhi, India. Publications In Proceedings 12. Chatterjee, A., A.C. Anil, V.V. Ranade, A.B. Pandit. Ballast water treatment technology: the challenges ahead. World Maritime Technology Conference, IMAREST, London, March 2006. 11. Anil A.C., S. Chakrabarty. India holds R&D seminar. Ballast Water News. Global Ballast Water Management Programme, IMO (July-Sept) 2002. 10.Mitbavkar, S., D.V.Desai, L. Khandeparker, A. C. Anil, A. B. Wagh. Fouling diatom community with reference to substratum variability in tropical marine environment. Proceedings of US-Pacific rim workshop on Emerging non-metallic materials for the marine environment, (Section - IV) 38-54, 1997. 9. Wagh, A.B., N.L. Thakur, A.C. Anil, K. Venkat. Marine sponge: A potential source of eco-friendly antifouling compounds. Proceedings of US-Pacific rim workshop on Emerging non-metallic materials for the marine environment, (Section - III) 72-79,1997. 8. Anil A.C., D.V. Desai. Starvation threshold of Balanus amphitrite larvae in relation to temperature. Proceedings of US-Pacific rim workshop on Emerging non-metallic materials for the marine environment, (Section P) 12-23, 1997. 7. Anil. A.C., L. Khandeparker, S. Mitbavkar, A.B. Wagh. Influence of bacterial exopolymers and the adult extract of Balanus amphitrite and Chthamalus spp. on cyprid metamorphosis of Balanus amphitrite. Proceedings of US-Pacific rim workshop on Emerging non-metallic materials for the marine environment, (Section - P) 1-11,1997. 6. Yennawar, P.L., N.L. Thakur, K. Venkat, A.C. Anil, A.B. Wagh. Biodeterioration of wood in Indian waters.Proceedings of US-Pacific rim workshop on Emerging non-metallic materials for the marine environment, (Section P) 53-64, 1997. 5. Venkat. K., Anil. A.C., A.B.Wagh. Macrofouling community development at a tropical coastal environment (NewMangalore Port, West coast of India). Proceedings of US-Pacific rim workshop on Emerging non-metallic materials for the marine environment, (Section - P) 40-52, 1997. 4. Anil A.C., K. Chiba, K. Okamoto, H. Kurokura. Characteristics of macrofouling community development at Hamana Bay, Japan. Proceedings of Third Asian Fisheries Forum, 441-445, 1994. 3. Tulaskar, A.S., A. C. Anil, A. B. Wagh. Biochemical composition of microfouling at two stations in Zuari estuary. Recent developments in Biofouling control (American Institute of Biological Sciences, OXFORD & IBH Pub.) 21-25, 1994. 2. Anil A. C., K. Chiba, K. Okamoto, R. Hirano. Macrofouling prospects of Lake Hamana, Japan. Proceedings of the Second Asian Fisheries Forum, 907-910, 1989. 1. Anil A. C., A. B. Wagh. Some aspects of development of biofouling community in the Zuari estuary (Goa, India). Marine Biodeterioration, American Institute of Biological Sciences, (OXFORD & IBH Pub) 529-537, 1988. In Periodicals 1. Veigas V., A.C. Anil. 1999. Crab trouble. 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