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Deep and bottom water characteristics in the Owen Fracture Zone, Western Arabian Sea
Hydro chemical studies at a station (10 degrees 34.l'N,56 degrees 31,7'E) in the Owen Fracture zone reveal an active movement of bottom water as approx 75 m thick, cold, low-salinity layer. Silicate profile exhibits a broad ...
Role of iron deficiency in production and remineralization of organic matter in the Arabian Sea
The Arabian Sea contains the only major western-boundary upwelling system in the world's oceans During summer, strong southwesterly winds bring up subsurface waters from depths of up to 200m off Somalia, Yemen and Oman ...
Phytoplankton response to the contrasting physical regimes in the eastern Arabian Sea during north east monsoon
Phytoplankton abundance and composition in two contrasting physical regimes - convective mixing in the northeastern Arabian Sea (NEAS) and Arabian Sea mini warm pool (ASMWP) in the southeastern Arabian Sea (SEAS) - were ...
Bioactivity of the extracts from some marine animals of the Indian coast
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1981)
Twenty six species of marine animals from Indian coast were extracted with aqueous ethanol and the extracts were subjected to a broad-based biological screening including the tests for antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, ...
Nitrogen and carbon cycling over the western continental shelf of India during seasonal anoxia: A stable isotope approach
(Elsevier B.V., 2020)
The western continental shelf of India (eastern Arabian Sea) houses the world�s largest seasonally-occurring coastal low-oxygen zone. The natural abundance of nitrogen and oxygen isotopes in dissolved nitrate were measured ...
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 ...