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Watermass structure in the western Indian Ocean: Part 1. Watermasses and their thermohaline indices
(India Meteorological Department, 1986)
The concept of "Indian Ocean Common Watermass" is introduced and its characteristics are defined. The temperature-salinity structures which would result when one, two or more watermasses of different temperature and salinity ...
Gyres in the NW Bay of Bengal - Some observed evidences
Continuous observations of temperature, salinity and the flow at 4 stations off the rivers of Krishna, Godavari, Mahanadi and off New Moore Island, along the east coast of India, were made prior to the onset of the SW ...
Physical characteristics of the waters and water masses off the west coast of India during late spring
Vertical profiles of currents of the coastal waters between Navapur and Umbharat were analysed. Dynamic stability as well as the diffusion capacity of the water columns were estimated from the vertical distribution of ...