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Some aspects of the nitrogen cycling in the Arabian Sea
(Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, 1992)
Extensive observations made in the Arabian Sea establish it as one of the largest oceanic reducing sites accounting for approximately 1/3 of the global water column denitrification. Evidence for large short-term (seasonal) ...
Models for changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide, ocean geochemistry and circulation during the late Pleistocene
(Vikas Publication, 1990)
This report provides a review of various hypotheses put forward so far as to the role of the oceans in controlling the glacial-interglacial climatic cycles through controls on the atmospheric carbon dioxide. The available ...
Chemical oceanography of the Indian Ocean, North of the equator
Chemical oceanographic studies in the North Indian Ocean have revealed several interesting and unique features. Dissolved oxygen northern boundary, prevents quick renewal of subsurface reducing conditions prevail at ...
Chemical oceanography of the Arabian Sea Part iv Laccadive sea
Data collected during the 10th (October 1976) and 31st (March-April 1978) cruises of R V Gaveshani suggest that water movements, considered typical of island-arc regions, are responsible for high levels of productivity ...
Seasonal changes in the denitrification regime of the Arabian Sea