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Observed variability of sea surface salinity and thermal inversions in the Lakshadweep Sea during contrast monsoons
The sea surface salinity (SSS) of the Lakshadweep Sea (LS) shows large seasonal variability due to horizontal advection of low (high) salinity waters from south (north) during winter (summer) monsoon. The measurements made ...
Seasonal variability of upper-layer geostrophic transport in the tropical Indian Ocean during 1992-1996 along TOGA-I XBT tracklines
Upper layer (0-400 m) geostrophic volume transport associated with the major current systems of the tropical Indian Ocean along the near-meridional TOGA-India XBT tracklines from Mumbai to Mauritius during 1992-1996 is ...
Detection of Bay of Bengal eddies from TOPEX and in situ observations
(Sears Foundation, 2000)
Oceanic eddies have warm or cold temperatures and high or low sea surface height (SSH) at the center depending upon the direction of rotation. However, since the Bay of Bengal waters are highly stratified, sea surface ...