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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 nutrients in the shelf waters of the Arabian sea along the west coast of India
(National Institute of Sciences of India, 1968)
The paper presents a descriptive account of the distribution of phosphates, silicates and nitrates in the shelf waters of Arabian Sea along the West Coast of India including a brief mention about the hydrographical features ...
Chemical oceanography of the Arabian Sea: Part II - Equilibrium of inorganic nitrogen system
The concept pE, expressed as a dimensionless quantity to study the redox potential of a system at equilibrium, is applied to study the chemistry of the system NO-<sub>3</sub>-NO-<sub>2</sub>NH+<sub>4</sub> in the northern ...
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 ...
Chemical oceanography of the Arabian Sea Part iv Laccadive sea
Data collected during the 10th (October 1976) and 31st (March-April 1978) cruises of R V Gaveshani suggest that water movements, considered typical of island-arc regions, are responsible for high levels of productivity ...