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Activity of the respiratory electron transport system and respiration rates within the oxygen minimum layer of the Arabian Sea
Measurements of the activity of the respirtory electron transport system (ETS) at 15 stations in the Arabian Sea during the northeast monsoon (December 1988) yield high respiration rates that do not correlate with the ...
Oxygen minimum zone of the open Arabian Sea: variability of oxygen and nitrite from daily to decadal timescales.
(European Geosciences Union, 2014)
The oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) of the Arabian Sea is the thickest of the three oceanic OMZ. It is of global biogeochemical significance because of denitrification in the upper part leading to N<SUB>2</SUB> and N<SUB>2</SUB>O ...
Increased marine production of N sub(2)O due to intensifying anoxia on the Indian continental shelf
Eutrophication of surface waters and hypoxia in bottom waters has been increasing in many coastal areas, leading to very large depletions of marine life in the affected regions. These areas of high surface productivity and ...
Denitrification in the Arabian Sea
Estimates of the amount of denitrification in the Arabian Sea are inconsistent, and so two methods of calculations of 'original' nitrate concentrations used in earlier studies have been reviewed. Nitrite at intermediate ...