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Marine nitrogen cycling- Some recent observations in the northwestern Indian Ocean
(Trivandrum: University of Kerala, 1987)
Published estimates of the rate of denitrification in the Arabian Sea have been evaluated and some new data on the nitrogen cycle have been presented Secondary nitrite maxima and nitrate reduction appear to be associated ...
Some aspects of the oxygen-deficient conditions and denitrification in the Arabian Sea
(Ingenta Connect Publication, 1987)
Utilizing a fairly large amount of recently collected data, some outstanding questions concerning the Arabian Sea denitrification problem are addressed. The true level of dissolved oxygen, determined colorimetrically, are ...
On the renewal of the denitrifying layer in the Arabian Sea
A one-dimensional (vertical) advection-diffusion model has been applied to the deep layer characterized by a linear potential temperature(theta)-salinity relationship in the Arabian Sea to estimate the velocity of ascending ...
Inorganic nitrogen and nitrate reduction in the Arabian Sea
Concentration of inorganic nitrogen compounds within the euphotic zone is very low and it increases sharply in the thermocline layer. A steady decrease in the NO sub(3)-N occurs from south to north at intermediate depths. ...
Deep and bottom water characteristics in the Owen Fracture Zone, Western Arabian Sea
Hydro chemical studies at a station (10 degrees 34.l'N,56 degrees 31,7'E) in the Owen Fracture zone reveal an active movement of bottom water as approx 75 m thick, cold, low-salinity layer. Silicate profile exhibits a broad ...
Denitrification in the Arabian Sea
Estimates of the amount of denitrification in the Arabian Sea are inconsistent, and so two methods of calculations of 'original' nitrate concentrations used in earlier studies have been reviewed. Nitrite at intermediate ...