Institute's contributions

Institute's contributions

Recent Submissions

  • Manju, M.N.; Resmi, P.; RatheeshKumar, C.S.; Gireeshkumar, T.R.; Chandramohanakumar, N.; Joseph, M.M. (Environmental Earth Sciences, vol.75(7); 2016; no.565 doi.: 10.1007/s12665-016-5245-x)
    Core sediments from five mangrove ecosystems along northern Kerala Coast were collected to evaluate the nature and sources of organic matter in these ecosystems. General sedimentary parameters (pH, Eh, grain size and total ...
  • Naik, S.S. (Journal Geological Society of India, vol.87(3); 2016; 323-326)
    Mg/Ca ratios were measured in core AAS9/21 from the eastern Arabian Sea (EAS), on two sets of planktonic foraminifera, one with a mixture of Globigerinoides ruber genotypes (sensu stricto and sensu lato) and the second ...
  • Bhagat, J.; Sarkar, A.; Ingole, B.S. (Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, vol.227(4); 2016; no.114 doi.: 10.1007/s11270-016-2815-1)
    DNA damage and oxidative stress in marine gastropod Morula granulata was measured after in vivo exposure to four different concentrations (10, 25, 50, and 100 mikrog/L) of phenanthrene. Comet assay was used for measurement ...
  • Jagadeesan, L.; Jyothibabu, R. (Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, vol.188(4); 2016; no.244 doi.: 10.1007/s10661-016-5230-6.)
    Globally, tumour-like anomalies (TLA) in copepods and the critical assessment of their possible causes are rare. The exact causative factor and ecological consequences of TLA in copepods are still unclear and there is no ...
  • Keerthi, M.G.; Lengaigne, M.; Drushka, K.; Vialard, J.; de Boyer, M.C.; Pous, S.; Levy, M.; Muraleedharan, P.M. (Climate Dynamics, vol.46(7); 2016; 2633-2655)
    In this paper, we use an observational dataset built from Argo in situ profiles to describe the main large-scale patterns of intraseasonal mixed layer depth (MLD) variations in the Indian Ocean. An eddy permitting (0.25°) ...
  • Anoop, T.R.; SanilKumar, V.; Shanas, P.R.; Glejin, J.; Amrutha, M.M. (Ocean Science, vol.12; 2016; 369-378)
    Intrinsic modes of variability have a significant role in driving the climatic oscillations in the oceanic processes. In this paper, we investigate the influence of an inter-annual mode of variability, the Indian Ocean ...
  • Gebregiorgis, D.; Hathorne, E.C.; Sijinkumar, A.V.; Nath, B.N.; Nurnberg, D.; Frank, M. (Quaternary Science Reviews, vol.138; 2016; 6-15)
    The past variability of the South Asian Monsoon is mostly known from records of wind strength over the Arabian Sea while high-resolution paleorecords from regions of strong monsoon precipitation are still lacking. Here, ...
  • DeMello, J.R.; PrasannaKumar, S. (International Journal of Climatology, vol.36(3); 2016; 1539-1548)
    The sea surface temperature (SST) in the Bay of Bengal (BoB) during the period 1960–1995 showed a decadal cycle, riding over a warming trend. The disruption of the decadal cycle was noticed post-1995 and was followed by a ...
  • Montalvao, S.; Demirel, Z.; PrabhaDevi; Lombardi, V.; Hongisto, V.; Perala, M.; Hattara, J.; Imamoglu, E.; Tilvi, S.; Turan, G.; Dalay, M.C.; Tammela, P. (New Biotechnology, vol.33(3); 2016; 399-406)
    Marine organisms constitute approximately one-half of the total global biodiversity, being rich reservoirs of structurally diverse biofunctional components. The potential of cyanobacteria, micro- and macroalgae as sources ...
  • DineshKumar, P.K. (Science Reporter, vol.53(2); 2016; 38-41)
    Mud Banks are areas of the sea adjoining the coast with calm water during the roughest monsoon conditions of the sea. They provide a rich catch of fishery too.

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