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Seasonal variability in the vertical current structure and kinetic energy in the Central Indian Ocean Basin
Seasonal variability in the currents at the subsurface (450-670 m), intermediate (1150-1370 m), deeper (3450-3670 m) and near-bottom (4270-5100 m) depths at three mooring station in the Central Indian Ocean Basin (CIOB) ...
First results of Indian - Current meter moorings along The equator: Vertical current structure variability at equator, 93 degrees E during February-December, 2000
(PORSEC 2002 Secretariat; Bogor; Indonesia, 2002)
The first results of time-series current data obtained from 6 levels at equator, 93 degrees E in the eastern equatorial Indian Ocean during February-December 2000 are analyzed. The top RCM was located at 135m. The mean ...
Physical oceanography of the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea
(George Allen and Unwin. London, UK, 1996)
Physical oceanography of the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea is reviewed for the first time. All available information for over 50 years is consolidated in this review. To begin with, information on peripheral or related ...
Current structure and volume transport across 12 degrees N in the Bay of Bengal
(NISCAIR, New Delhi, 1993)
Geostrophic currents and the associated volume transport across 12 degrees N in the Bay of Bengal during early southwest monsoon (April), southwest monsoon (September) and early northeast monsoon (November) show flow ...