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Postglacial Indian Ocean
Oceanography of the northern Arabian Sea
The euphotic zone of the northern Arabian Sea ranges from 20-60 m with an average depth of about 40 m. Surface temperatures range from 22.5 to 28.5 degrees C, increasing from north to south. At 1000 m, the temperature is ...
Assessment of water quality of a river-dominated estuary with hydrochemical parameters: A statistical approach.
This study was aimed (1) to evaluate the water quality of Chalakudy river, the fifth longest (145.5 km) river of Kerala (South India), by assessing the general hydrochemical parameters like temperature, dissolved oxygen ...
Impact of temperature inversions on SST evolution in the South-Eastern Arabian Sea during the pre-summer monsoon season
(American Geophysical Union, 2004)
Temperature inversions are known to occur in the near-surface ocean regime where salinity stratification is large enough to influence the density field. However, they have not been known as features that alter near-surface ...
Radiolarian monsoonal index Pyloniid group responds to astronomical forcing in the last approx. 500,000 y ears: Evidence from the Central Indian Ocean
(Indian Society for Prehistoric and Quaternary Studies, 1999)
Pyloniid radiolarians, oceanic micro-zooplanktons (surface water dwelling), are sensitive to monsoon sea surface temperature and salinity, and their variation down a core may provide an insight into the proxy climatic ...