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Variability of dissolved oxygen in the Arabian Sea Oxygen Minimum Zone and its driving mechanisms
The Arabian Sea hosts one of the most intense, perennial Oxygen Minimum Zones (OMZ) in the world ocean. Observations along a meridional transect at 68°E extending from 8 to 21°N showed large seasonal as well as interannual ...
Massive Nitrogen Loss Over the Western Indian Continental Shelf During Seasonal Anoxia: Evidence From Isotope Pairing Technique
(Frontiers Media SA, 2020)
The western Indian continental shelf houses the world's largest naturally formed coastal low-oxygen zone that develops seasonally during the summer monsoon. We investigated multiple reductive nitrogen transformation pathways ...
Phytoplankton associated with seasonal oxygen depletion in waters of the western continental shelf of India
We report here results of a time series study carried out to understand seasonal variability of phytoplankton in relation to changes in dissolved oxygen based on observations at the Candolim Time Series (CaTS) station ...
Impact of physical processes on oxygen loss and production of hydrogen sulphide and methane in a tropical freshwater reservoir
Carbon neutrality of tropical reservoirs is a big concern in recent years as some estimates project high methane emission from these reservoirs. While there are studies available on the impact of physical processes ...