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Enhanced particle fluxes in Bay of Bengal inducEd. by injection of freshwater
The melting of ice sheets during deglaciation results in the injection of large amounts of fresh water into the oceans. To investigate how such injections might influence particle fluxes in the ocean, and hence the uptake ...
Processes controlling carbon components in the Arabian Sea
(Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, 1992)
Data on carbon dioxide components, collected just before SW monsoon 1986, have been analysed. Total carbon dioxide (TCO sub(2)) and titration alkalinity are higher in the northern and western Arabian Sea compared to those ...
Increased particle flux to the deep ocean related to monsoons
(Nature Publishing Group, 1989)
Monsoons cause seasonal reversals in the surface circulation of the northern Indian Ocean. In the Arabian Sea this results in the upwelling of nutrient-rich water along the coasts, making it one of the highly productive ...
Variable relationships of DOC with oxygen in the northwestern Indian Ocean and their ecological implications
(University of Hamburg, Germany, 1993)
The relationships between DOC and AOU in the northwestern Indian Ocean regional variations reflecting the different biological characteristics dominanting the respective zones, resulting in the variable percentages of DOM ...