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  • Suryavanshi, A.K.; Nayak, B.U. (Proceedings of Third Indian Conference on Ocean Engineering, Vol. 2, IIT Bombay, India; 11-13 Dec 1986.; 1986; K55-K64)
  • Madhan, R.; Navelkar, G.S.; Desa, E.S.; Afzulpurkar, S.; Prabhudesai, S.P.; Dabholkar, N.; Mascarenhas, A.A.M.Q.; Maurya, P. (In "Trends in intelligent robotics". 13th FIRA Robot World Congress, FIRA 2010, Bangalore, India, September 15-17, 2010. Proceedings. eds. by: Vadakkepat, P.; Kim, J.-H.; Jesse, N.; Al Mamun, A.; Kiong, T.K.; Baltes, J.; Anderson, J.; Verner, I.; Ahlgren, D., Springer; New York; USA; 2010; 10-16)
    Advances in technologies related to miniature sensors, memories, embedded controllers, power systems and materials has resulted in development of variety of autonomous underwater platforms for ocean exploration. The future ...
  • Rao, T.S.S. (Proceedings of the Symposium on Warm Water Zooplankton, Goa, India; 14-19 Oct 1976.; 1977; 196-204)
  • Shenoi, S.S.C.; Shetye, S.R.; Gouveia, A.D.; Michael, G.S. (Monsoon biogeochemistry, Ed. by: Ittekkot, V.; Nair, R.R.; eds. 37-49p.)
    Levitus (1982) climatology has been used to identify four extrema, three maxima and one minimum, in the vertical salinity profiles in the Arabian Sea. Their geographical distribution, depths, theta-S characteristics, and ...
  • Varadachari, V.V.R.; Murty, C.S.; Reddy, C.V.G. (Bulletin of National Institute of Sciences of India, vol.38; 1968; 338-343)
    The distribution of some sub-surface water masses in the western bay of Bengal during the south-west monsoon period is presented. Based on the salinity maxima and sigma t values the existence of waters of Persian Gulf and ...
  • Chaitanya, A.V.S.; Lengaigne, M.; Vialard, J.; Gopalakrishna, V.V.; Durand, F.; KranthiKumar, C.; Amritash, S.; Suneel, V.; Papa, F.; Ravichandran, M. (Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, vol.95(2); 2014; 1897-1908)
    Being the only tropical ocean bounded by a continent to the north, the Indian Ocean is home to the most powerful monsoon system on Earth. Monsoonal rains and winds induce huge river discharges and strong coastal currents ...
  • Naidu, P.D. (In "Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science. Vol.2. ed by: Elias, S.A.. Elsevier Pub.; Amsterdam; The Netherlands; 2013; 932–940)
  • Vinita, J.; Shivaprasad, A.; Revichandran, C.; Manoj, N.T.; Muraleedharan, K.R.; Jacob B (Journal of Coastal Research, vol.31(4); 2015; 869-878)
    The hydrographic conditions in Cochin estuary are investigated using longitudinal measurements of salinity profiles during a 1-year period. The estuary transformed from salt wedge conditions during the wet season to a ...
  • Haridas, P.; Madhupratap, M.; Rao, T.S.S. (Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, vol.2(2); 1973; 94-102)
  • Thomas, K.U.; Joseph, N.; Raveendran, O.; Nair, S. (Marine pollution bulletin, Vol.52; 1425-1430p.)
    The occurrence of Vibrio cholerae in water, sediment and copepods was studied over a wide range of salinity using conventional and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) techniques in the Cochin backwaters. V. cholerae occurred ...
  • Varkey, M.J. (PhD, University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram, India; 1986; 191 pp)
    Basic fields of temperature salinity, density and currents in the Bay of Bengal are investigated using data archieved at the National Oceanographic Data Centre (NODC) Washington, D.C. and the Indian National Oceanographic ...
  • Jacob, B.; Revichandran, C.; NaveenKumar, K.R. (Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences, vol.42(3); 2013; 304-313)
    Intensive measurements of salt intrusion are taken at high and low waters during spring and neap tide for each month respectively from June 2007 to May 2008. Salt intrusion length at high water varied from 10 km in monsoon ...
  • Ingole, B.S.; Chatterji, A.; Ansari, Z.A.; Parulekar, A.H. (Coastal zone management in India. New Delhi:Indian Association for the Advancement of Science; 1989; 99-111)
  • Mascarenhas, A. (Fish curry and rice: A source book on Goa, its ecology and life-style. 4th ed.. Ed. by: Alvares, C., 142-146p.)
  • Mascarenhas, A. (Journal Geological Society Of India, Vol.71; 868-870p.)
    An experiment to rebuild a dune field is attempted at Miramar beach, Goa, India. Installation of sand fences, a simple, cheap and environment friendly method of inducing accretion of sand is proposed as a remedial management ...
  • Rajasekaran, C.; Jayakumar, S.; Gowthaman, R.; Jishad, M.; Yadhunath, E.M.; Pednekar, P.S. (Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences, vol.43(7); 2014; 1311-1315)
    Evolution of shoreline and sand spit at the mouth of the Terekhol River, near Keri beach, located in the Indian state of Goa has been investigated From the analysis of the data collected, the shoreline oscillation (accretion ...
  • Vora, K.H.; Gujar, A.R.; Karisiddaiah, S.M. (Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, vol.9; 1980; 90-93)
    In the Gulf of Khambhat (Gujarat, India) the best formed sandwaves are seen in the west close to the Eastern Sand Bank. With increasing clay content and clay cover of the sea bed, the sandwaves become poorly formed. In the ...
  • Achuthankutty, C.T.; Stirling, A.; Nair, S.; LokaBharathi, P.A.; Menezes, M.R. (Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, vol.7; 1978; 23-29)
  • Jayasree, V.; Bhat, K.L.; Parulekar, A.H. (J. Andaman Sci. Assoc., Vol.10; 107-111p.)
    A systematic and morphological description of a new species of soft coral, Sorcophyton andamanensis collected from Andaman Islands is given. A comparative study made between the new species of sarcophyton and other related ...
  • Goes, J.I.; Gomes, H.; Kumar, A.; Gouveia, A.D.; Devassy, V.P.; Parulekar, A.H.; Rao, L.V.G. (Oceanography of the Indian Ocean. Ed. by: Desai, B.N., 67-80p.)
    AidEd. by a sequence of chlorophyll images from the Coastal Zone Color Scanner on board the Nimbus-7 satellite and extensive shipboard observations, a descriptive analysis of the factors influencing the distribution and ...