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Observed variability of sea surface salinity and thermal inversions in the Lakshadweep Sea during contrast monsoons
The sea surface salinity (SSS) of the Lakshadweep Sea (LS) shows large seasonal variability due to horizontal advection of low (high) salinity waters from south (north) during winter (summer) monsoon. The measurements made ...
Upper ocean stratification and circulation in the northern Bay of Bengal during southwest monsoon of 1991
During the southwest monsoon (July) of 1991 a large plume (300 x 250 km sup(2)) of warm (greater than 29 degrees C) and less saline (less than 29 PSU) water is noticed in the top 30 m to the east of 87.5 degrees E in the ...
T-S variability and volume transport in the central Bay of Bengal during southwest monsoon
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1996)
The variability of temperature and salinity along 11 degrees N and 12 degrees N sections in the Bay of Bengal during southwest monsoon months (July-September) was found to be large in the upper 200 m west of 83 degrees E ...
Studies on thermal fields in the Bay of Bengal
(Indian Geological Congress, Roorkee, India, 2000)
As an Indian component of the International Tropical Ocean Global Atmosphere (TOGA) program, the National Institute of Oceanography, Goa, has initiated a long-term observational program during 1990 with financial support ...