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Nutrients of the Cochin backwater in relation to environmental characteristics
The nutrient distribution of the Cochin Backwater was studied at 6 stations throughout the year The depth profiles of phosphorus (inorganic and organic), nitrogen (nitrate and nitrite) and silicon, showed a marked seasonal ...
Phytoplankton distribution in the coastal waters off Porbandar (Saurashtra)
(Indian Fisheries Association, 1988)
Skeletonema costatum was the most abundant species in all the 3 stations. The distribution of Asterionella japonica was least consistent than that of Nitzschia closterium which was most consistent at Station 1. At station ...
Physical features of nearshore waters off Karwar
Very little change in the hydrographic properties with depth during October 1975 to October 1976 was observed except during August-October, when waters of low temperature ( 24 degrees C), high salinity ( 35.5 ppt) and low ...
T-S variability and volume transport in the central Bay of Bengal during southwest monsoon
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1996)
The variability of temperature and salinity along 11 degrees N and 12 degrees N sections in the Bay of Bengal during southwest monsoon months (July-September) was found to be large in the upper 200 m west of 83 degrees E ...
Physical characteristics of the coastal waters between Navapur and Umbharat, West coast of India. Part 2. Vertical homogeneity of temperature and salinity
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1982)
Vertical distribution of temperature and salinity at five stations in the coastal waters off Navapur-Umbharat (Maharashtra-Gujarat coast, India) was studied over different seasons during 1978. The results showed that inspite ...