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Storm surges in the Singapore Strait due to winds in the South China Sea
Among the semi-enclosed basins of the world ocean, the South China Sea (SCS) is unique in its configuration as it lies under the main southwest-northeast pathway of the seasonal monsoons. The northeast (NE) monsoon ...
Coastal circulation off Ratnagiri, west coast of India during monsoon seasons: a numerical model study.
Present study is the coastal circulation modelling off Ratnagiri under the influence of winds and tides. A two-dimensional hydrodynamic model MIKE 21HD has been used to simulate tides and currents, and model results are ...
Sea breeze-induced wind sea growth in the central west coast of India.
Fine resolution wind data is required in wave models to study the interaction between wind seas generated by coastal winds, and swells. In the present study, a mesoscale model, MM5, which is capable of reproducing fine ...
On the spatial structure and time evolution of shamal winds over the Arabian Sea – a case study through numerical modelling.
(Royal Meteorological Society, 2014)
Shamal events are extra-tropical weather systems which occur in winter (cold and dry winds) as well as summer (hot and humid winds) with strong northwesterly or northerly winds blowing over the Arabian Peninsula. We have ...
Co-existence of wind seas and swells along the west coast of India during non-monsoon season
(European Geosciences Union, 2013)
An attempt has been made to understand the co-existence of wind seas and swells along the west coast of India during non-monsoon season. Wave data were collected in different years during non-monsoon season (off Goa during ...