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Some studies on wave refraction in relation to beach erosion along the Kerala coast
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1966)
Using the British admirality bathymetric charts off the west coast of India and employing the graphical method of constructing wave refraction diagrams, an attempt is made to study behaviour of the short-period waves (4, ...
Siltation in the outer channel of Cochin harbour
Signals of the change in monsoonal precipitation at around 2,000 years BP in a sediment core off central west coast of India
(Current Science Association, 1994)
A 4.80 m long shallow water sediment core, collected from the inner shelf (at 22 m water depth) off Karwar near Kali River mouth is studied for foraminiferal tracers of palaeomonsoons. The climatic history of this core ...
Currents off Bombay during February 1976
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1977)
A systematic study of wave conditions and sediment transport near Mormugao harbour
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1970)
Wave conditions and the nature of sediment transport in the Mormugao Harbour area have been evaluated in view of the proposed development project of this harbour It has been found from this study that generally high waves ...
Role of Effective Density in improving the accuracy of bottom pressure based sea level measurements - A case study from Gulf of Guinea
(Singapore: IEEE Singapore Section Secretariat, 2006)
Seasonal observations of a set of bottom pressures and concurrent tide-staff measurements from Takoradi harbour located in the Gulf of Guinea indicated that the effective depth-mean density value, rho sub(eff) of this clear ...
Recent studies on wind seas and swells in the Indian Ocean: A review
(SAGE Publications, 2013)
Winds and waves measured at a few locations along the west coast of India were analysed to study the wave characteristics in the deep as well as near shore regions during different seasons The potential generation of swells ...
Evidence for the existence of Persian Gulf water and Red Sea water in the Bay of Bengal
The high-salinity water masses that originate in the North Indian Ocean are Arabian Sea High-Salinity Water (ASHSW), Persian Gulf Water (PGW), and Red Sea Water (RSW). Among them, only ASHSW has been shown to exist in the ...
Premonsoon tidal flow characteristics of Mandovi estuary