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Intra-annual variability of carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes in suspended organic matter in waters of the western continental shelf of India
(The European Geosciences Union, 2011)
Intra-annual variations of delta sup(13)C and delta sup(15)N of watercolumn suspended particulate organic matter (SPOM) have been investigated to understand the biogeochemical cycling of C and N in the Western Continental ...
Measuring and monitoring eutrophication and hypoxia
(Global Environment Facility, Washington, 2011)
Coastal hypoxia is a complex problem and, although research has made great strides in understanding its causes and remedies, more knowledge is needed to fill critical gaps that impede action. To establish long-term trends ...
Variations in some environmental characteristics including C and N stable isotopic composition of suspended organic matter in the Mandovi estuary
Chemical and isotopic (delta sup(13)C and delta sup(15)N) investigation of the Mandovi estuary along the Indian west coast affected strongly by the seasonal monsoon cycle was carried out. The Mandovi estuary is a major ...
The relationship between volatile halocarbons and phytoplankton pigments during a Trichodesmium bloom in the coastal eastern Arabian Sea
Eukaryotic phytoplankton such as diatoms and prymnesiophytes produce biogenic halocarbons in the ocean that serve as important sources of chlorine and bromine to the atmosphere, but the role of cyanobacteria in halocarbon ...
Time Series Observations in the North Indian Ocean
Unlike the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean, the northern Indian Ocean is geographically unique. The bounding to the north by the Asian landmass has a profound impact on the biogeochemistry of the region. The Arabian Sea ...
Hypoxia and Nutrient Reduction in the Coastal Zone: Advice for Prevention, Remediation and Research.
(Global Environment Facility, 2011)
Coastal hypoxia is a complex problem and, although research has made great strides in understanding its causes and remedies, more knowledge is needed to fill critical gaps that impede action.
Ocean iron fertilization
(TERI Press, 2011)
In 2009 and 2010, an Indo-German scientific expedition dusted the ocean with iron to stimulate the biological pump that captures atmosphereic carbon dioxide. Two onboard scientists tell the story of this controversial ...