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Enhancement of oceanic nitrous oxide emissions by storms
Time Series Observations in the North Indian Ocean
Unlike the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean, the northern Indian Ocean is geographically unique. The bounding to the north by the Asian landmass has a profound impact on the biogeochemistry of the region. The Arabian Sea ...
Dissolved methane in Indian freshwater reservoirs
Emission of methane (CH4), a potent greenhouse gas, from tropical reservoirs is of interest because such reservoirs experience conducive conditions for CH4 production through anaerobic microbial activities. It has been ...
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 ...
The Arabian Sea
The Arabian Sea makes contributions to global biogeochemical cycles that are far in excess of what might be expected from its modest size. It experiences extremes in atmospheric forcing, asymmetrically distributed over the ...
Carbon and nitrogen fluxes in the North Indian Ocean
The land mass that blocks the Indian Ocean in the north at low latitudes profoundly influences the climate, circulation and biogeochemical processes of its northern basins. The asymmetrical distribution of freshwater and ...
Impact of physical processes on oxygen loss and production of hydrogen sulphide and methane in a tropical freshwater reservoir
Carbon neutrality of tropical reservoirs is a big concern in recent years as some estimates project high methane emission from these reservoirs. While there are studies available on the impact of physical processes ...