Interdisciplinary Oceanography

Interdisciplinary Oceanography

 

Recent Submissions

  • Sudheesh, V.; Gupta, G.V.M.; Sudharma, K.V.; Naik, H.; Shenoy, D.M.; Sudhakar, M.; Naqvi, S.W.A. (Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, vol.121(12); 2016; 8551-8565)
    Repeat measurements of dissolved nitrous oxide (N<sub>2</sub>O) along two transects of the western continental shelf of India in 2012 revealed high concentrations of 45±32 nM (off Kochi) and 73±63 nM (off Mangalore) during ...
  • Muraleedharan, K.R.; DineshKumar, P.K.; B. Srijith; PrasannaKumar, S.; John, Sebin; NaveenKumar, K.R. (Continental Shelf Research, vol.137; 2017; 39-45)
    Alappuzha mud bank draws special attention among the twenty-mud bank locations reported along the Kerala coast by its remoteness from riverine sources. Among several hypotheses proposed for the formation of mud bank, the ...
  • DineshKumar, P.K. (Samudra report, vol.75; 2017; 30-32)
    As mud banks along the southwest coast of India dwindle, several concerns and societal implications have been articulated regarding this unique oceanographic phenomenon
  • PrabhaDevi; Wahidullah, S.; Sheikh, F.; Pereira, R.; Narkhede, N.; Amonkar, D.; Tilvi, S.; Meena, R.M. (Marine Drugs, vol.15(30); 2017; 1-14)
    Lysinibacillus sphaericus D3 cell-immobilized beads in natural gel sodium alginate decolorized the xylidine orange dye 1-(dimethylphenylazo)-2-naphthol-6-sulfonic acid sodium salt in the laboratory. Optimal conditions were ...
  • Das, A.; Tanya S.; LokaBharathi, P.A.; Dhakephalkar, P.K.; Mallik, S.; Kshirsagar, P.R.; Khadge, N.H.; Nath, B.N.; Bhattacharya, S.; Dagar, A.K.; Kaur, P.; Ray, D.; Shukla, A.D.; Fernandes, C.E.G.; Fernandes, S.O.; Thomas, T.R.A.; Mamatha, S.S.; Mourya, B.S.; Meena, R.M. (Life Sciences in Space Research, vol.12; 2017; 39-50)
    Red clays of Central Indian Basin (CIB) under influence of trace of Rodriguez Triple Junction exhibited chemoautotrophy, low temperature hydrothermal alterations and photoautotrophic potential. Seamount flank TVBC-08, ...
  • Chakraborty, P. (Marine Pollution Bulletin, vol.115(1-2); 2017; 190-193)
    Coastal waters receive large amounts of nutrients and pollutants from different point and nonpoint sources through bays and estuaries. Excess supply of nutrients in coastal waters may have detrimental effects, leading to ...
  • Choi, C.J.; Bachy, C.; Jaeger, G.S.; Poirier, C.; Sudek, L.; Sarma, V.V.S.S.; Mahadevan, A.; Giovannoni, S.J.; Worden, A.Z. (Current Biology (1); 2017; R15-R16.)
    Ocean surface warming is resulting in an expansion of stratified, low-nutrient environments, a process referred to as ocean desertification [1]. A challenge for assessing the impact of these changes is the lack of robust ...
  • Nalli, Y.; Gupta, S.; Khajuria, V.; Singh, V.P.; Sajgotra, M.; Ahmed, Z.; Thakur, N.L.; Ali, A. (Medicinal Chemistry Research, vol.26(1); 2017; 93-100)
    Inflammation is mediated by a variety of soluble factors, including a group of secreted polypeptides known as cytokines. The anti-inflammatory cytokines are a series of immune regulatory molecules that control the pro ...
  • Naik, R.; Naqvi, S.W.A.; Araujo, J. (Estuar. Coast., vol.40(1); 2017; 134-144)
    Monsoon-induced coastal upwelling, land run-off, benthic and atmospheric inputs make the western Indian shelf waters biologically productive that is expected to lead to high rates of mineralisation of organic matter (OM) ...
  • Khandeparker, L.; Anil, A.C. (Marine pollution and microbial remediation. ed. by: Naik, M.M.; Dubey, S.K.Springer; Singapore; Singapore; 2017; 255-262)
    Shipping facilitates transportation of over 90% of the world’s commodities and eventually transfers ~10 billion tons of ballast water which is routinely taken aboard vessels to maintain their stability. The ballast water ...

View more