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A sink for atmospheric carbon dioxide in the northeast Indian Ocean
(American Geophysical Union, 1996)
Intensive observations in the northeast Indian Ocean (Bay of Bengal) during the pre-southwest and northeast monsoon seasons 1991 reveal that freshwater discharge from rivers of the Indian subcontinent exerts the dominant ...
Carbon cycling in the northern Arabian Sea during the northeast monsoon: Significance of salps
Winter cooling and mixing brings nutrients (nitrate and phosphate) to the surface waters over large parts of the northern Arabian Sea, but the rates of primary production as well as carbon export from the euphotic zone are ...
A study of the carbon dioxide system in the northern Indian Ocean during premonsoon
Extensive data sets on the carbon dioxide system in the northern Indian Ocean have been obtained during the premonsoon season. A marked increase (~50 ~kM) in the total carbon dioxide (TCO@d2@@) content is observedin deep ...
Hydrochemistry of the Bay of Bengal: Possible reasons for a different water-column cycling of carbon and nitrogen from the Arabian Sea
A study on biogeochemical cycling in the western Bay of Bengal was undertaken during two seasons (pre-southwest monsoon and northeast monsoon of 1991). Relationships of the conservative tracers NO and PO with potential ...