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Methane stimulates massive nitrogen loss from freshwater reservoirs in India
(Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
The fate of the enormous amount of reactive nitrogen released to the environment by human activities in India is unknown. Here we show occurrence of seasonal stratification and generally low concentrations of dissolved ...
Benthic fluxes in a tropical estuary and their role in the ecosystem
In-situ measurements of benthic fluxes of oxygen and nutrients were made in the subtidal region of the Mandovi estuary during premonsoon and monsoon seasons to understand the role of sediment-water exchange processes in ...
Seasonal anoxia over the western Indian continental shelf
(American Geophysical Union, 2009)
The eastern Arabian Sea contains the only eastern-boundary-type upwelling environment in the entire Indian Ocean, albeit on a seasonal basis. During the southwest monsoon, when the surface current flows equatorward, upwelling ...
Benthic mineralization and nutrient exchange over the inner continental shelf of western India.
(European Geosciences Union, 2014)
The western Indian continental shelf is one of the most productive coastal systems of the world ocean. This system experiences extreme changes in its oxygen regime, being normoxic from November to May and suboxic ...
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 ...