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Stability and safety of Anjuna beach, Goa
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1981)
Studies on the Anjuna Beach, Goa, India, from March to December, 1975, show that it is fairly stable though it undergoes seasonal changes and a series of short-term cuts and fills. The beach appears to be quite safe as the ...
On the vergence field in the north Indian Ocean
(Council of Scientific & Industrial Research., 1964)
The paper presents some of the results of investigation on the divergence and convergence of the surface waters in the North Indian Ocean, for different months of the year. The divergence is computed by a graphical method ...
Topographic changes of the beach at Valiathura, Kerala
Studies on the topography of the beach and the inshore reaches at Valiathura, near Trivandrum reveal that the beach is in a stable equilibrium and presents well defined cyclicity in accretion and erosion every year. During ...
Coastal and nearshore circulation off Mangalore
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1979)
Studies on currents off Mangalore (west coast of India) showed a strong tidal influence very near the shore which decreased with increasing distance from the shore. At 2 km and further offshore, the onshore component of ...
Beach morphological variations over micro-time scales
Nature and magnitude of beach changes over short periods have been studied at Calangute and Miramar in relation to tide, ground water level and relevant oceanographic and meteorological factors. Alternating zones of accretion ...