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Mean surface fields of heat budget components over the warm pool in the Bay of Bengal during post-monsoon season
(Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi, India, 1999)
Surface meteorological data collected onboard research vessels ORV Sagarkanya and Gaveshani during 1983-85 have been used in these studies. The analysis revealed that the Mean Sea surface temperature (SST was greater than ...
Upwelling and sinking along Visakhapatnam coast
Stability and stratification of the water over the shelf disappear as cold saline waters characteristic of 60 m depth rise to the surface during March. Tilting of isopycnals and offshore displacement of isohalines suggest ...
Seasonal variability of cyclone heat potential in the Bay of Bengal
(Kluwer Academic, 2004)
Monthly maps of cyclone heat potential (CHP) in the Bay of Bengal have been prepared by using Levitus climatological data set. Seasonal variability of CHP in the Bay of Bengal has been studied using the CTD data sets ...