Interdisciplinary Oceanography

Interdisciplinary Oceanography

 

Recent Submissions

  • Fernandes, C.E.G.; Judith, M.; Gonsalves, M.J.B.D.; Nazareth, D.R.; Nagarchi, L.; Kamaleson, A.S. (Marine and Petroleum Geology, vol.67; 2015; 327-335)
    Arabian Sea is one of the most productive regions of the world's ocean with seasonal upwelling and a characteristic oxygen minimum zone. It receives a continuous input of windborne iron-rich dust which possibly stimulates ...
  • Sarker, S.; Sarkar, A. (Journal of Clinical Toxicology, vol.5(2); 2015; 1-6)
    In this article, we present an overview on the role of marine pollutants in impairment of DNA integrity in marine gastropods exposed to xenobiotics released from various sources into the coastal ecosystem. We provide an ...
  • Suneel, V.; Vethamony, P.; Naik, B.G.; Krishna, M.S.; Jadhav, L. (Science of the Total Environment, vol.527-528; 2015; 313-321)
    Deposition of oil residues, also known as tar balls, is a seasonal phenomenon, and it occurs only in the southwest monsoon season along the west coast of India. This has become a serious environmental issue, as Goa is a ...
  • Naqvi, S.W.A.; Afzulpurkar, S.; Anil, A.C.; Chakraborty, P.; Dewangan, P.; Desai, D.V.; DeSouza, L.; Kessarkar, P.M.; Khandeparker, L.; Krishna, K.S.; Kurian, S.; Madhan, R.; Mascarenhas, A.A.M.Q.; Mazumdar, A.; Maurya, P.; Murty, V.S.N.; Nath, B.N.; Naik, H.; Navelkar, G.S.; PrasannaKumar, S.; Rao, V.P.; RameshKumar, M.R.; Ravichandran, C.; SanilKumar, V.; Saraswat, R.; Sarma, V.V.S.S.; Shankar, D.; Sharma, R.; Shenoy, D.M.; Suneel, V.; Thakur, N.L.; Unnikrishnan, A.S.; Vethamony, P.; Yatheesh, V. (Current Science, vol.108(8); 2015; 1454-1460)
    The present article summarizes the research done at the CSIR–National Institute of Oceanography in 2014 in ocean science, resources and technology. Significant research has been conducted on air–sea interactions and coastal ...
  • Kocherla, M.; Teichert, B.M.A.; Pillai, S.; Satyanarayan, M.; Ramamurty, P.B.; Patil, D.J.; Rao, A.N. (Marine and Petroleum Geology, vol.64; 2015; 324-333)
    We report the abundant occurrence of authigenic Fe-rich carbonate, high Mg-calcite (HMC) and low Mg-calcite from 11 cores recovered from the Krishna–Godavari Basin (K–G Basin), Bay of Bengal. The cores were collected as ...
  • Mascarenhas, A.A.M.Q.; Afzulpurkar, S.; Navelkar, G.S.; Madhan, R.; Maurya, P.; Desa, E.S.; Prabhudesai, S.P.; Dabholkar, N.A.; Lamani, V.; Manoharan, V.; Naik, N.; Thottam, T.J.; DineshKumar, P.K.; deAraujo, B.A. (Proceedings of the International Symposium on Underwater Technology (UT-2015), 23-25 February 2015. ; National Institute of Ocean Technology, Chennai; India; 2015; UT15-199)
    Mud Banks of Kerala are areas of the sea adjoining the coast that have a special property of dampening the waves and creating clearly demarcated areas of calm water during the roughest monsoon conditions of the sea. It is ...
  • Levin, L.A.; Liu, K-K.; Emeis, K.-C.; Breitburg, D.L.; Cloern, J.; Deutsch, C.; Giani, M.; Goffart, A.; Hofmann, E.E.; Lachkar, Z.; Limburg, K.; Liu, Su-Mei; Montes, E.; Naqvi, S.W.A.; Ragueneau, O.; Rabouille, C.; Sarkar, S.K.; Swaney, D.P.; Wassman, P.; Wishner, K.F. (Journal of Marine System, vol.141; 2015; 3-17)
    The oceans' continental margins face strong and rapid change, forced by a combination of direct human activity, anthropogenic CO2-induced climate change, and natural variability. Stimulated by discussions in Goa, India at ...
  • Liu, K-K.; Emeis, K.-C.; Levin, L.A.; Naqvi, S.W.A.; Roman, M. (Journal of Marine System, vol.141; 2015; 1-2)
    This special issue presents case studies of different continental marginswith different settings and problems. The domains examined cover awide spectrumof continental margin environments, fromwatersheds, estuaries and ...
  • ManiMurali, R. (Recent Researches on Indus Civilization & Maritime Archaeology in India. ed by: Gaur, A.S.; Sundaresh,; Agam Kala Prakashan.New Delhi; 2015; 219-223)
    The advancement of remote sensing technology and the analysing capability of Geographical Information System (GIS) can very well be used in the science of Archaeology. Though these subjects look apart, they can be studied ...
  • Gireeshkumar, T.R.; Deepulal, P.M.; Chandramohanakumar, N. (Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, vol.187; 2015; No.56 doi:10.1007/s10661-015-4308-x.)
    Surface sediments samples from the Cochin estuary were measured for elemental, stable isotopic and molecular biomarkers (aliphatic hydrocarbons and fatty acids) to study the sources and distribution of sedimentary organic ...

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