Now showing items 11-20 of 69
Seasonal variation in the chemical composition and carbohydrate signature compounds of biofilm
(Inter Research, 2005)
Biofilm developed on stainless steel was characterised using biological, chemical and biochemical parameters, as well as aldose molecular biomarkers. Biofilm biomass and carbohydrate concentration increased on stainless ...
Variations in wave direction estimated using first and second order Fourier coefficients
In most design applications such as alignment of the berthing structure and breakwater alignment, it becomes necessary to determine the direction of design wave. There are two different approaches to determine wave direction. ...
Postglacial Indian Ocean
Mesozooplankton biomass, composition and distribution in the Arabian Sea during the fall intermonsoon: Implications of oxygen gradients
Mesozooplankton biomass and distribution of calanoid copepods were studied for the upper 500 m between 3 and 21 degrees N along an open-ocean transect in the Arabian Sea during the Fall Intermonsoon (September-October 1992, ...
Hydrographic characterization of southeast Arabian Sea during the wane of southwest monsoon and spring intermonsoon
Seasonal variation of the hydrography along the southeast Arabian Sea is described using data collected onboard FORV Sagar Sampada in September-October 2003 (later phase of Southwest monsoon, SWM) and March-April 2004 ...
Time-dependent stratification in the Gauthami-Godavari Estuary
(Estuarine Research Federation, 2001)
The time-dependent salinity stratification in an environment of highly variable turbulence of Gauthami-Godavari Estuary, Andhra Pradesh, India is described. From time series observations at three stations over two tidal ...
Apportionment of sources affecting water quality: Case study of Kandla Creek, Gulf of Katchchh
(Taylor & Francis, 2009)
This study examines a large dataset collected over various seasons of the year in Kandla Creek, Gulf of Katchchh, India, to identify and assess the contributions of the sources affecting the water quality. Principal ...
Observed coherency in the seasonal sea level fluctuations along the coastline of the Indian subcontinent
(School of Naval Oceanology and Meteorology, 2007)
Seasonal sea level fluctuations result from oceanographic, meteorological and hydrological forcings. The largest seasonal signals of sea level, however, are primarily caused by hydrological forcings. The climatological ...
Will the aerosol derived from the OCM satellite sensor be representative of the aerosol over Goa?
(Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association, 2007)
Most of the ocean color satellite sensors such as IRS-P4 OCM, SeaWiFS and MODIS are sun synchronous and have pass over the regions during noon. From our measurements of aerosol optical properties using five-channel ...
Seasonal abundance, ecology, reproductive biology, and biochemical composition of Mesopodopsis orientalis W.M. Tattersall (Mysidacea) from a tropical estuary (Cochin Backwater) in India
(Koninklijke Brill, 2009)
Seasonal abundance, life history, and biochemical composition of Mesopodopsis orientalis were investigated based on samples collected over a period of one year in a tropical estuary, i.e., Cochin backwater. M. orientalis ...