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Role of eddies on intensity of oxygen minimum zone in the Bay of Bengal
One of the strongest oxygen minimum zones (OMZ) in the world oceans occurs in the Bay of Bengal (BoB) with no systematic trends in dissolved oxygen (DO) since past half a century. An evaluation is made here to examine the ...
Impact of eddies on dissolved inorganic carbon components in the Bay of Bengal
To examine the influence of anticyclonic (ACE) and cyclonic (CE) eddies on variations in hydrographic properties and total inorganic carbon system (CT), a study was conducted in the western Bay of Bengal (BoB). The depth ...
Phosphate removal through adsorption on suspended matter in the Bay of Bengal: Possible implications to primary production
Low primary production in the Bay of Bengal (BoB) could not be explained as this region receives nutrients from atmospheric deposition, rivers, eddies, and mixing due to depression/cyclones. In addition to nutrients, BoB ...
Organic Nutrients Support High Primary Production in the Bay of Bengal
The Bay of Bengal (BoB) is known to experience low productivity but high sinking carbon fluxes to the bottom, and this paradox is attributed to mineral ballast of organic matter. We found for the first time that primary ...