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Chemistry and hydrography of the Andaman Sea
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) ...
Calcium, magnesium and fluoride concentrations in the Andaman sea
Dissolved petroleum hydrocarbons along the oil tanker route in the southern Bay of Bengal
Concentrations of dissolved petroleum hydrocarbons during 3 cruises (Nos. 51, 66 and 68) of R V Gaveshani, along the oil tanker route, in the southern Bay of Bengal at 0, 10 and 20 m were 19.95 + or - 3.38, 16.78 + or - ...
Chemical oceanography of the Arabian sea. Part 5. Hydrochemical characteristics off the Central west coast of India
Data from Arabian Sea cruises 46 (December 1978) and 59 (October 1979) of R V Gaveshani have been used to calculate rates of denitrification at intermediate depths (72-1200 m). About 34% of the available nitrate-nitrogen ...
Seasonal changes in the denitrification regime of the Arabian Sea