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  • Pai, D.S.; Sridhar, L.; RameshKumar, M.R. (Climate Dynamics, vol.46(11); 2016; 3921-3939)
    The study lists active and break monsoon events over India over a very long period (1901-2014) identified using criteria based on a rainfall index derived over a critical high rainfall region called core monsoon zone. The ...
  • Deepa, N.; Kunte, P.D. (International Journal of Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS, vol.5(5); 2016; 1726-1746)
    The changes in shoreline positions and geomorphic features along the Karnataka, West coast of India, were studied for the period from 1973 to 2014, using multi-dated satellite images and topographic maps. The ten hotspots ...
  • Murthy, K.S.R. (International Journal of Ocean and Climate Systems, vol.7(1); 2016; 27-31)
    A systematic study of geophysical data of the Eastern Continental Margin of India was taken up to identify the land-ocean tectonic lineaments over the east coast of India and the possible neotectonic activity associated ...
  • Anil, N.; RameshKumar, M.R.; Sajeev, R.; Saji, P.K. (Natural Hazards, vol.82(2); 2016; 1317-1326)
    The summer monsoon contributes to about 75 % of mean annual rainfall over the various meteorological subdivisions of India. The role of ocean–atmosphere phenomena such as Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) and El Nino-Southern ...
  • Subrahmanyam, V.; Swamy, K.V.; Raj, N. (Journal of Earth System Science, vol.125(3); 2016; 663-668)
    Marine magnetic anomalies along three representative profiles falling between shelf break and continent-ocean boundary in the offshore Krishna-Godavari basin were quantitatively interpreted for understanding the nature and ...

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