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Tidally-modulated high frequency internal waves in Gautami-Godavari estuary, East coast of India
Time series temperature and salinity (at 1 hour interval) and currents data (10 min interval) at surface (3 m) and bottom (14 m), collected in the Gautami-Godavari estuary during 25-27 September 2008 were utilized to ...
Impact of shamal winds and swells on the coastal currents along the west coast of India
Wind, wave and current data collected at/off Ratnagiri, west coast of India were analysed to study the wind-wave-current interaction along the west coast of India (WCI) during shamal events Shamal winds which originate in ...
Foraminifera as climatic indicators in the sediments of Western Indian continental shelf
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1973)
Foraminifera are the single celled microscopic organisms found abundantly in the seas and oceans. The tests of these organisms are preserved in the present sediments of the ocean as in the past, sometimes constituting ...
A numerical wave prediction model dolphin: Theory and test results
This report gives the basic theory of ocean waves and ocean wave prediction and a description of the physical background and of tests of the wave hindcast model Dolphin
Morpho-dynamic evolution of Ekakula spit of Odisha coast, India using satellite data
Ekakula spit is t at the northern end of Gahirmatha coast in the state of Odisha, India This spit is located at the mouth of Maipura River which is falling in the Mahanadi delta region This spit is a prominent and important ...
Mesoscale process-induced variation of the West India coastal current during the winter monsoon
This manuscript presents the analysis of current meter records at Kollam and Kannur along the 20-m isobaths during November�December 2005 Currents in the coastal waters are strongly influenced by winds (both local and ...
Nature of the observed oscillatory flows in shelf waters of the western continental shelf of India
(Tirunelveli: JCSONLINE, 1988)
Time series data on currents obtained from three Aanderaa current meters moored at a station depth of 92 m in the waters of the western continental shelf of India during May 1984 indicated the presence of oscillatory flows. ...
Shipboard and laboratory equipment
(New Delhi: Department of Ocean Development, 1988)
The polymetallic nodules occur at an average depth of 4500 m. Adequate equipment and techniques are required for the exploration at such depths. Shipboard and various laboratory equipments for the sampling of polymetallic ...
Surface temperature of the equatorial Pacific Ocean and the Indian rainfall
(Current Science Association, 1988)
The time variation of the monthly mean surface temperature of the equatorial Pacific Ocean during 1982-1987 has been studied in relation to summer monsoon rainfall over India The ENSO events of 1982 and 1987 were related ...
Determination of wave direction from linear and polygonal arrays
Two key issues that have militated against popular adoption of methods based on phase/time/path difference concepts for the determination of wave direction from array measurements are addressed in this paper: the first ...