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Transport and potential vorticity in the Bay of Bengal during the southwest monsoon
(Andhra University, Visakhapatnam (India), 1996)
In the Bay of Bengal, the water transport and potential vorticity (PV) during the southwest monsoon are examined through the prevailing thermohaline and wind-driven circulation. The Indian Monsoon Current (IMC) and the ...
Variability of the oceanic boundary layer characteristics in the Northern Bay of Bengal during MONTBLEX-90
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, India, 1996)
Variability of the ocean surface boundary layer characteristics on daily time-scale is studied utilizing the 3-hourly hydrographic data collected at a stationary location (20 degrees N, 89 degrees E) in the Bay of Bengal ...
Influence of the monsoon trough on air-sea interaction in the head of the Bay of Bengal during the southwest monsoon of 1990 (monsoon trough boundary layer experiment - 90)
The analysis of 3-hourly time-series data on surface meteorological parameters collected at 20 degrees N, 89 degrees E in the head of the Bay of Bengal during the southwest monsoon period (18 August - 19 Spetember) of 1990 ...
On the circulation in the Bay of Bengal during northern spring inter-monsoon (March-April 1987)
Temperature and salinity data collected from the Bay of Bengal 22 March-28 April 1987 (Northern spring inter-monsoon) identified the seasonal anticyclonic gyre (ACG) at 16 degrees N, 86 degrees E characterized by warm ...
Attenuation of surface waves due to monsoon rains: A model study for the north Indian Ocean
(Naval Physical and Oceanographic Laboratory, Thrikkakara, Kochi, India, 1998)
The dynamic interaction of intense rain with waves based on momentum exchange is applied to a second generation wave model to predict wave attenuation during monsoon. The scheme takes into account the characteristics of ...
Thermal structure of the Western Indian Ocean during the southwest monsoon, 1983
(Ifremer/ CNRS/ IRD/ Editions scientifiques et medicales Elsevier SAS. Tous droits reserves, 1993)
The thermal structure and the variability of heat content of the upper 400 m of the Western Indian Ocean were examined using the expendable bathythermograph (XBT) data collected onboard RV Sagar Kanya during July-August, ...