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Seasonal and spatial distribution of particulate organic matter in the Bay of Bengal
The temporal, spatial and depth related variation of suspended particulate organic matter (POM) in the Bay of Bengal are assessed in this paper. For this purpose, suspended particulate matter (SPM) samples were collected ...
Variation in the composition of carbohydrates in the Dona Paula, Bay (west of India) during May/June 1998
(Ifremer/ CNRS/ IRD/ Editions scientifiques et medicales Elsevier SAS. Tous droits reserves, 2001)
Suspended particulate material was analysed for particulate carbohydrate concentration and composition and for the bulk parameters: suspended particulate matter, chlorophyll a, particulate organic carbon, particulate organic ...
Natural isotopic composition of nitrogen in suspended particulate matter in the Bay of Bengal
(The European Geosciences Union, 2004)
The first measurements of nitrogen isotopic composition (delta sup(15) N) in suspended particulate matter (SPM) of the surface Bay of Bengal (BOB) at 24 different locations during pre- (April-May 2003) and post- ...
Sedimentation of particulate material in stratified and nonstratified water columns in the Bombay high area of the Arabian sea
Sedimentation of particulate material at 22, 42 and 62 m was recorded at a station in the Bombay High area of the Arabian Sea from September 1985 to March 1986. Diatom numbers and physical structure, especially thermal ...
Nature and sources of suspended particulate organic matter in a tropical estuary during the monsoon and pre-monsoon: Insights from stable isotopes (delta 13C POC, delta 15 N TPN) and carbohydrate signature compounds
Mandovi estuary, on the west coast of India, behaves like a fresh water system during the monsoon (June to September), and as a marine system during the pre-monsoon (October to May). The effect of these contrasting conditions ...