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Monitoring of some environmental parameters at the mouth of the Zuari river, Goa
Distribution and behaviour of fluoride in Mandovi and Zuari estuaries, central west coast of India
Fluoride concentrations in Mandovi and Zuari estuaries are regulated largely by salt water intrusion. Highest concentrations are observed during the premonsoon season, when the salt water intrusion is also the highest, the ...
Chemical oceanography of the Arabian Sea: Part vi - Relationship between nutrients and dissolved oxygen in the central basin
Inorganic nitrate and phosphate relationships with apparent oxygen utilization (AOU) in the Central Arabian Sea were studied using data collected during 103 cruise of R V Gaveshani (Feb. 1982). The consolidated ratio of ...
Chemical oceanography of the Arabian Sea: Part III - Studies on nutrient fraction and stoichiometric relationship in the Northern and the Eastern Basins
Phosphorus and inorganic nitrogen compounds have been divided into 'reserved' andoxidative fractions based on their relationships with apparent oxygen utilization in the northern and the north-eastern basins of the Arabian ...
Distribution of dissolved oxygen in the western Bay of Bengal
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1979)
Studies on the behaviour of nutrients in the Mandovi estuary during premonsoon
Behaviour of silicate, nitrate and phosphate in the Mandovi Estuary was studied during the premonsoon season. The study shows that silicate is removed from the water column while nitrate showed an internal source. This ...
Nitrite maxima in the Northern Arabian Sea
There are 2 nitrite maxima in the Northern Arabian Sea, one at the thermocline depth and the other at depths between 300 and 500 m. The 2nd maximum is more prominent in the northeastern part of the Arabian Sea. The 1st ...
A study of the carbon dioxide system in the northern Indian Ocean during premonsoon
Extensive data sets on the carbon dioxide system in the northern Indian Ocean have been obtained during the premonsoon season. A marked increase (~50 ~kM) in the total carbon dioxide (TCO@d2@@) content is observedin deep ...
Distribution of nutrients in the western Bay of Bengal
Distribution of phosphates and nitrates in relation to some physico-chemical features of the western Bay of Bengal during August-September 1976 indicated marked regional variations. The mixed surface layer which was ...
Dissolved and particulate trace metals in the western Bay of Bengal
Concentrations of Cu, Zn, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni and Pb, both in soluble and particulate forms were studied in the upper 200 m depth. Correlation between the trace metal concentration and the primary productivity was also investigated. ...