Deepjay Sarkar
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What controls cannibalism in drilling gastropods? A case study on Natica tigrina
D Chattopadhyay, D Sarkar, S Dutta, SR Prasanjit
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 410, 126-133, 2014
192014
Testability of the Energy Maximization Model (Kitchell et al., 1981) of naticid predation on two bivalve prey from the eastern coast of India
S Mondal, S Bardan, D Sarkar
Nautilus 124 (3), 137, 2010
182010
A record of drilling predation and other biotic traces from larger benthic foraminifera of Eocene strata of Kutch, Western India.
Devapriya Chattopadhyay, Deepjay Sarkar, S Bardhan, Shiladri Das, S. Mallick
Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, 32:48, 2011
4*2011
Influence of regional environment in guiding the spatial distribution of marine bivalves along the Indian coast
D Sarkar, M Bhattacherjee, D Chattopadhyay
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 99 (1 …, 2019
12019
Burrow morphology of the ocypodid crab Ocypode ceratophthalma at Chandipur Coast, Eastern India and its implications.
J Paul, S Mondal, R Kayal, D Sarkar
Current Science (00113891) 117 (4), 2019
2019
Sequential breakup of" 6Li by" 1" 1" 2Sn
S Santra, D Chattopadhyay, A Pal, A Kundu, K Ramachandran, D Sarkar, ...
Proceedings of the international conference in nuclear physics with …, 2017
2017
LBG OR LOCAL ENVIRONMENT: WHAT GUIDES THE DISTRIBUTION OF MARINE BIVALVES OF INDIAN COASTS?
D SARKAR, D CHATTOPADHYAY, M BHATTACHERJEE
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 48 (7), 2016
2016
Human impact on intertidal bivalve, Meretrix meretrix: ecological and evolutionary consequences.
Deepjay Sarkar1, Sankhamala Bardhan
Geoyouth 2011 3, 27-29, 2011
2011
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