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Some aspects of the oxygen-deficient conditions and denitrification in the Arabian Sea
(Ingenta Connect Publication, 1987)
Utilizing a fairly large amount of recently collected data, some outstanding questions concerning the Arabian Sea denitrification problem are addressed. The true level of dissolved oxygen, determined colorimetrically, are ...
Nutrient uptake and regeneration ratios in the Red sea with reference to the nutrient budgets
The relationships between apparent oxygen utilization and inorganic micronutrients have been studied on the basis of extensive observation in the Red Sea. The ratios obtained are - Delta AOU: Delta SiO4: Delta NO3: Delta ...
Chemical oceanography of the Indian Ocean, North of the equator
Chemical oceanographic studies in the North Indian Ocean have revealed several interesting and unique features. Dissolved oxygen northern boundary, prevents quick renewal of subsurface reducing conditions prevail at ...
Chemical oceanography of the Arabian Sea Part iv Laccadive sea
Data collected during the 10th (October 1976) and 31st (March-April 1978) cruises of R V Gaveshani suggest that water movements, considered typical of island-arc regions, are responsible for high levels of productivity ...
Deep and bottom water characteristics in the Owen Fracture Zone, Western Arabian Sea
Hydro chemical studies at a station (10 degrees 34.l'N,56 degrees 31,7'E) in the Owen Fracture zone reveal an active movement of bottom water as approx 75 m thick, cold, low-salinity layer. Silicate profile exhibits a broad ...