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Fluxes of material in the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal - Sediment trap studies
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1994)
In order to investigate how monsoons influence biogeochemical fluxes in the ocean, twelve time-series sediment traps were deployed at six locations in the northern Indian Ocean. In this paper we present particle flux data ...
Living planktonic foraminifera during the late summer monsoon period in the Arabian Sea
During the late summer monsoon living planktonic foraminifera were collected in the southeastern Arabian Sea between 3~'N and 15~'N by using six vertical plankton tows. Sixteen species of planktonic foraminifera were ...
Coupling between SW monsoon-related surface and deep ocean processes as discerned from continuous particle flux measurements and correlated satellite data
(American Geophysical Union, 1996)
Particle flux data obtained by time series sediment traps deployed at water depths of approximately 3000 m in the western, central, and eastern Arabian Sea since 1986 were compared with wind speeds derived from measurements ...
Hydrochemistry of the Bay of Bengal: Possible reasons for a different water-column cycling of carbon and nitrogen from the Arabian Sea
A study on biogeochemical cycling in the western Bay of Bengal was undertaken during two seasons (pre-southwest monsoon and northeast monsoon of 1991). Relationships of the conservative tracers NO and PO with potential ...