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Joyita Mukherjee
Krishna Chandra College
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Mangrove ecosystems: a global biogeographic perspective
SY Lee, E Kristensen, RR Twilley
Springer Science+ Business Media, 2017
722017
Indicators and assessment of ecosystem health of Bakreswar reservoir, India: an approach through network analysis
A Banerjee, M Chakrabarty, N Rakshit, J Mukherjee, S Ray
Ecological Indicators 80, 163-173, 2017
422017
Comparative study of food webs from two different time periods of Hooghly Matla estuarine system, India through network analysis
N Rakshit, A Banerjee, J Mukherjee, M Chakrabarty, SR Borrett, S Ray
Ecological Modelling 356, 25-37, 2017
372017
A system dynamic modeling of carbon cycle from mangrove litter to the adjacent Hooghly estuary, India
J Mukherjee, S Ray, PB Ghosh
Ecological modelling 252, 185-195, 2013
342013
Measuring sensitivity of robustness and network indices for an estuarine food web model under perturbations
J Mukherjee, UM Scharler, BD Fath, S Ray
Ecological Modelling 306, 160-173, 2015
332015
An approach towards quantification of ecosystem trophic status and health through ecological network analysis applied in Hooghly-Matla estuarine system, India
J Mukherjee, S Karan, M Chakrabarty, A Banerjee, N Rakshit, S Ray
Ecological Indicators 100, 55-68, 2019
292019
Trophic relationships and ecosystem functioning of Bakreswar Reservoir, India
A Banerjee, M Banerjee, J Mukherjee, N Rakshit, S Ray
Ecological Informatics 36, 50-60, 2016
292016
Advancing mangrove macroecology
VH Rivera-Monroy, MJ Osland, JW Day, S Ray, A Rovai, RH Day, ...
Mangrove Ecosystems: A Global Biogeographic Perspective: Structure, Functioná…, 2017
252017
Systems analysis approach for complex global challenges
P Mensah, D Katerere, S Hachigonta, A Roodt
Springer, 2018
222018
Physiological response of fish under variable acidic conditions: a molecular approach through the assessment of an eco-physiological marker in the brain
A Mukherjee, AR Bhowmick, J Mukherjee, M Moniruzzaman
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26, 23442-23452, 2019
192019
Physiological and behavioural responses to acid and osmotic stress and effects of Mucuna extract in Guppies
M Moniruzzaman, J Mukherjee, L Jacquin, D Mukherjee, P Mitra, S Ray, ...
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 163, 37-46, 2018
182018
Towards a physiological response of fishes under variable environmental conditions: an approach through neural network
J Mukherjee, M Moniruzzaman, SB Chakraborty, S Lek, S Ray
Ecological indicators 78, 381-394, 2017
182017
Consequences of oxidative damage and mitochondrial dysfunction on the fatty acid profile of muscle of Indian Major Carps considering metal toxicity
D Das, P Das, M Moniruzzaman, MP Sarkar, J Mukherjee, ...
Chemosphere 207, 385-396, 2018
142018
Carbon cycling from mangrove litter to the adjacent Hooghly estuary, India–A modelling study
J Mukherjee, S Ray
Procedia Environmental Sciences 13, 391-413, 2012
132012
Spatial heterogeneity within habitat indicates the community assemblage pattern and life strategies
M Moniruzzaman, AR Bhowmick, S Karan, J Mukherjee
Ecological indicators 123, 107365, 2021
112021
Impact of environmental factors on maintaining water quality of Bakreswar reservoir, India
M Banerjee
Computational Ecology and Software 5 (3), 239, 2015
112015
Modelling nitrogen and carbon cycles in Hooghly estuary along with adjacent mangrove ecosystem
S Ray, J Mukherjee, S Mandal
Developments in Environmental Modelling 27, 289-320, 2015
102015
Dynamics of carbon cycle in estuarine system with special emphasis on Hooghly estuary: a review
J Mukherjee, S Ray
Development 25, 27, 2013
102013
The upside of grazer-periphyton interactions: A review
SK Saikia, S Roy, J Mukherjee
Zooplankton and Phytoplankton: Types, Characteristics and Ecology (Edá…, 2011
102011
Advanced modelling techniques studying global changes in environmental sciences
YS Park, S Lek, C Baehr, SE J°rgensen
Elsevier, 2015
92015
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