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Sedimentary pigments and nature of organic matter within the oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) of the Eastern Arabian Sea (Indian margin)
Sedimentary pigments, carbon and nitrogen content and their stable isotopes were studied in three short cores collected from the oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) of the Eastern Arabian Sea (EAS). Nine pigments including chlorophyll ...
CSIR - National Institute of Oceanography
(Indian National Science Academy, 2016)
This is an institutional report of CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography, India showcasing its growth over last 50 years in Oceanographic research with special focus on Indian Ocean areas. The major research areas include ...
Cyclone phyan-induced plankton community succession in the coastal waters off Goa, India
(Current Science Association, 2016)
Effects of the cyclonic storm Phyan, which hit the states of Goa and Maharashtra in western India during 9-12 November 2009, on coastal waters were studied. Mixing induced by the cyclone appreciably affected the vertical ...
Upwelling intensity modulates N2O concentrations over the western Indian shelf
(American Geophysical Union Publications, 2016)
Repeat measurements of dissolved nitrous oxide (N<sub>2</sub>O) along two transects of the western continental shelf of India in 2012 revealed high concentrations of 45±32 nM (off Kochi) and 73±63 nM (off Mangalore) during ...
Spatial variability in phytoplankton community structure along the eastern Arabian Sea during the onset of south-west monsoon
The Arabian Sea experiences moderate to weak upwelling along the south-west coast of India, which subsequently propagates towards the north. This causes variation in plankton community composition, which is addressed in ...
An insight into subterranean flow proposition around Alleppey mudbank coastal sector, Kerala, India: Inferences from the subsurface profiles of ground penetrating radar
The mudbank formation along south-western Indian coast has been a scintillating phenomenon during monsoon season, and the source of mud is a debatable issue till now. In the midst of many hypotheses, the subterranean passage ...
Evolution to decay of upwelling and associated biogeochemistry over the southeastern Arabian sea shelf
(AGU Publications, 2016)
Observations along 10 shelf transects in 2012 near 10°N in the southeastern Arabian Sea revealed the usual warm oligotrophic conditions during the winter monsoon and upwelling of oxygen-deficient, nutrient-rich cool water ...
(ICSU-IAPSO-IUGG-SCOR, Paris, 2016)