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Budgetary and biogeochemical implications of N sub(2)O isotope signatures in the Arabian Sea
Nitrous oxide (N sub(2)O) is an important greenhouse gas that also plays a role in the chemistry of stratospheric ozone depletion, but its atmospheric budget has yet to be well-quantified sup(1-5). However, multi-isotope ...
Carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide in the Arabian Sea
(American Geophysical Union, 1993)
This review concentrates on some aspects of biogeochemical cycling of carbon and nitrogen in the Arabian Sea with emphasis on the atmospheric fluxes of CO sub(2) and N sub(2)O. The Arabian Sea appears to serve as a net ...
CO sub(2) and N sub(2) O fluxes from the northern Indian Ocean
(Narosa, New Delhi (India), 1998)
The CO sub(2) and N sub(2)O in the north Indian Ocean were measured and their fluxes were evaluated. Samples were collected from the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. The water samples were analysed for dissolved oxygen, ...
Nitrogen and oxygen isotopic composition of N sub(2)O from suboxic waters of the eastern tropical North Pacific and the Arabian Sea - measurement by continuous-flow isotope-ratio monitoring
Nitrous oxide (N sub(2)O) is a trace gas that is increasing in the atmosphere. It contributes to the greenhouse effect and influence the global ozone distribution. Recent reports suggest that regions such as the Arabian ...
Nitrous oxide in the western Bay of Bengal
Extensive observations on nitrous oxide (N@d2@@O) in the atmosphere and waters of the western Bay of Bengal during March-April 1991 yield surface saturations and atmospheric fluxes ranging from 89.3 to 213.9% (mean 125.2%), ...
Carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide in the North Indian Ocean
(Current Science Association, Bangalore, India, 1995)
The understanding of biogeochemical cycling of carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide in the oceans is essential for predicting the fate of anthropogenically emitted components. The North Indian Ocean, with its diverse regimes, ...