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Radiolarian fluxes from the southern Bay of Bengal: sediment trap results
A study of radiolarian fluxes collected during 1991-93 from time-series sediment traps deployed at 1071 and 3010 m water depth in the southern Bay of Bengal (SBBT) yielded 40 species/groups of radiolarians. Among the order ...
Hydrological structure and biological productivity of the tropical Indian Ocean
(NIO, Dona Paula, Goa (India), 2000)
Hydrological structure analyses of regions in the tropical Atlantic Ocean have consistently revealed the existence of a typical tropical structure characterized by a nitrate-depleted mixed layer above the thermocline. The ...
Postglacial Indian Ocean
BOBMEX: The Bay of Bengal Monsoon Experiment
(American Meteorological Society, 2001)
The first observational experiment under the Indian Climate Research Programme, called the Bay of Bengal Monsoon Experiment (BOBMEX), was carried out during July-August 1999. BOBMEX was aimed at measurements of important ...
Seasonal variability of cyclone heat potential in the Bay of Bengal
(Kluwer Academic, 2004)
Monthly maps of cyclone heat potential (CHP) in the Bay of Bengal have been prepared by using Levitus climatological data set. Seasonal variability of CHP in the Bay of Bengal has been studied using the CTD data sets ...
Surface temperature of the equatorial Pacific Ocean and the Indian rainfall
(Current Science Association, 1988)
The time variation of the monthly mean surface temperature of the equatorial Pacific Ocean during 1982-1987 has been studied in relation to summer monsoon rainfall over India The ENSO events of 1982 and 1987 were related ...
Apparent relationship between thermal regime in Antarctic waters and Indian summer monsoon
Austral winter seasonal and intra-seasonal variabilities of Sub-Tropical Convergence and Antarctic Polar Front are examined using sea surface temperature patterns published in GOSSTCOMP (Global Operational Sea Surface ...
Hydrographic characteristics of central Bay of Bengal waters during southwest monsoon of 1983
During cruises 120 and 124 of R V Gaveshani two sections, viz. Visakhapatnam - Port Blair and Madras - Port Blair, in Bay of Bengal have been covered twice. The sea surface temperature (SST) shows a decrease of about 2 ...
A model study of the seasonal cycle of the Arabian Sea surface temperature
(Ingenta Connect Publication, 1986)
The annual variation of the SST along a zonal strip from the coast of Somalia to the southwest coast of India was simulated using available data (monthly-mean heat and momentum fluxes across the air-sea interface, surface ...