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Monthly mean wind stress along the coast of the north Indian Ocean
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1985)
Monthly-mean wind stress and its longshore and offshore components have been computed using the bulk aerodynamic method for each of a string of 36 two-degree-latitude by two-degree-longitude squares along the coast of the ...
Hydrography and circulation in the vicinity of a power plant
The distribution of temperature and salinity in the upper 500 m of the northwestern Bay of Bengal, adjoining the East Coast of India, during the retreat of southwest monsoon (September) of 1983 is presented. This study ...
Determination of wave direction from linear and polygonal arrays
Two key issues that have militated against popular adoption of methods based on phase/time/path difference concepts for the determination of wave direction from array measurements are addressed in this paper: the first ...
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 ...
On some aspects of Indian Ocean warm pool
Annual and interannual variation of Indian Ocean Warm Pool (IOWP) was studied using satellite and in situ ocean temperature data IOWP surface area undergoes a strong annual cycle attaining a maximum of 24x10<sup>6</sup>k ...
Survey technology for ocean engineering applications
(New Delhi: Publications and Information Directorate, 1994)
Various types of sophisticated instruments available at the National Institute of Oceanography, Goa, India, for obtaining precise information on waves, ocean currents, water level variations, meteorological parameters, ...
Physical oceanography and marine acoustics
(Hyderabad: NGRI, 1974)
On the accuracy of the simple ocean data assimilation analysis for estimating heat Budgets of the Near-Surface Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal
(American Meteorological Society, 2005)
The accuracy of data from the Simple Ocean Data Assimilation (SODA) model for estimating the heat budget of the upper ocean is tested in the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. SODA is able to reproduce the changes in heat ...