Institute's contributions

Institute's contributions

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  • Unnikrishnan, A.S. (Ocean Digest, vol.3(3); 2016; 2-4)
    There has been considerable research on sea-level-rise caused by global warming. The various reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) made assessments of observed sea level rise and future projections. ...
  • Manikandan, B.; Ravindran, J.; Vidya, P.J.; ManiMurali, R. (Regional Studies in Marine Science, vol.8(1); 2016; 151-156)
    Frequency and severity of coral bleaching events increased in recent years affecting the recovery and resilience of corals. In this study, influence of bleaching and recovery patterns of corals on the resilience potential ...
  • Yadav, K.; Sarma, V.V.S.S.; Rao, D.B.; DileepKumar, M. (Marine Chemistry, vol.187; 2016; 25-34)
    The aerosols from continents contain relatively higher amounts of inorganic nutrients than those of marine origin and can make a notable contribution to the coastal biological productivity. To test this hypothesis, the ...
  • Anas, A.; Nilayangod, C.; Jasmin, C.; Vinothkumar, S.; Parameswaran, P.S.; Nair, S. (3 Biotech, vol.6; 2016; no.238 doi. 10.1007/s13205-016-0556-x)
    Marine sediments accommodate plethora of diverse microorganisms with varying ecological functions. In the present study, we isolated bacteria from surficial sediments of south east Arabian Sea (AS) and evaluated their ...
  • Naqvi, S.W.A. (Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, vol.82(3); 2016; 979-983)
    This is an institutional report of CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography, India showcasing its growth over last 50 years in Oceanographic research with special focus on Indian Ocean areas. The major research areas include ...
  • Sivadas, S.K.; Ingole, B.S. (Marine Biology Research, vol.12(8); 2016; 797-816)
    Our understanding of coastal biogeography patterns is presently limited to certain regions and marine groups. Comprehending large-scale patterns and their underlying predictors is critical due to the changing environmental ...
  • Rudraswami, N.G.; ShyamPrasad, M.; Dey, S.; Fernandes, D.; Plane, J.M.C.; Feng, W.; Taylor, S.; Carrillo-Sanchez, J.D. (Astrophysical Journal, vol.831(2); 2016; no.197 doi.:10.3847/0004-637X/831/2/197)
    Antarctica micrometeorites (~1200) and cosmic spherules (~5000) from deep sea sediments are studied using electron microscopy to identify Mg-rich olivine grains in order to determine the nature of the particle precursors. ...
  • Desa, M.; Ramana, M.V. (Marine Geology, vol.382; 2016; 111-121)
    The Middle Cretaceous period is largely known for its stable normal polarity in the Earth's magnetic field. A few reversals (ISEA, M-3r; M-2r and M-1r) have been postulated during this period but are yet to be accepted in ...
  • Ravindran J.; Raghukumar, C.; Manikandan, B. (Diseases of Coral. ed. by: Woodley, C.M.; Downs, C.A.; Bruckner, A.W.; Porter, J.W.; Galloway, S.B.Wiley; Hoboken; New Jersey; 2016; 391-395)
    Pink-line syndrome (PLS) was first observed in 1996 affecting the scleractinian coral Porites lutea at Kavaratti of the Lakshadweep islands in the Arabian Sea. The ability of the two fungi isolates and P. valderianum to ...
  • SanilKumar, V.; Jesbin, G. (Annales Geophysicae, vol.34(10); 2016; 871-885)
    We assess the influence of monsoon variability on the surface waves using measured wave data covering 7 years and reanalysis data from 1979 to 2015 during the Indian summer monsoon (JJAS) in the eastern Arabian Sea. The ...

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