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Occurrence of Porphyra vietnamensis (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) along the Goa coast
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1981)
The occurrence of a red alga, Porphyra vietnamensis has been studied along the Goa Coast (west coast of India). The growth period was observed during the monsoon (July-October) and optimum growth was recorded during August, ...
Vertical distribution of temperature, salinity and density in the upper 500 metres of the north equatorial Indian Ocean during the north-east monsoon period
(National Institute of Sciences of India, 1968)
In the 4th and 5th scientific cruises of INS KISTNA under the Indian Programme of IIOE, five sections were worked out in the North Equatorial Indian Ocean during Jan-Feb 1963. Using the physical oceanographic data collected ...
Postglacial Indian Ocean
Hydrography and circulation in the western Bay of Bengal during the northeast monsoon
(American Geophysical Union, 1996)
The Bay of Bengal, a semienclosed tropical basin that comes under the influence of monsoonal wind and freshwater influx, is distinguished by a strongly stratified surface layer and a seasonally reversing circulation. We ...
Oceanography of the northern Arabian Sea
The euphotic zone of the northern Arabian Sea ranges from 20-60 m with an average depth of about 40 m. Surface temperatures range from 22.5 to 28.5 degrees C, increasing from north to south. At 1000 m, the temperature is ...
Hydrographic characterization of southeast Arabian Sea during the wane of southwest monsoon and spring intermonsoon
Seasonal variation of the hydrography along the southeast Arabian Sea is described using data collected onboard FORV Sagar Sampada in September-October 2003 (later phase of Southwest monsoon, SWM) and March-April 2004 ...
Estuarine characteristics of the lower reaches of the River Periyar (Cochin backwater)
Lower reaches of river Periyar were studied to assess longitudinal extent of salt water intrusion into the system during different seasons and also its effect on the flushing of pollutants introduced by the industries. ...
Quaternary radiolarian faunal changes in the tropical Indian Ocean: Inferences to paleomonsoonal oscillation of the 10 degrees S hydrographic front
(Current Science Association, Bangalore, 1997)
The northern Indian Ocean is characterized by three distinct surface water masses, i.e. (1) highly saline (greater than 34.5 ppt) Arabian Sea, (2) low saline (less than 34.5 ppt) Bay of Bengal and (3) a moderate salinity ...
Enhanced biological production in the southeastern Arabian Sea during spring intermonsoon
(Italian Association of Oceanography and Limnology, 2012)
Hydrographic observations in the southeastern Arabian Sea (SEAS) have identified a warm (over 30 degrees C) and stratified water mass (stability more than 5x10 sup(-5) m sup(-1)) along the near shore area between 10 degrees ...
Seasonal fluctuation in the distribution of eggs and larvae of flat fishes (Pleuronectiformes - Pisces) in the Cochin Backwater
(Indian Fisheries Association, 1993)
Attempts have been made to correlate the abundance of eggs and larvae of flat fishes belonging to families Cynoglossidae and Soleidae with the hydrographical parameters of the environment, particularly the salinity. The ...