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Application of longshore transport equations to Andhra coast, East coast of India
Ship-reported waves published in the Indian Daily Weather Report are compiled for a period of 16 years and are used for the estimation of the longshore transport rate. Using the two well known longshore transport equations, ...
Latitudinal variation of air sea fluxes in the western Indian Ocean during austral summer and fall
Daily and zonal (latitudinal belt) averages of heat and momentum fluxes were computed using bulk aerodynamic formulae, from the meteorological parameters measured onboard 'M.S. Thuleland' during the sixth Indian scientific ...
Nature of the observed oscillatory flows in shelf waters of the western continental shelf of India
(Tirunelveli: JCSONLINE, 1988)
Time series data on currents obtained from three Aanderaa current meters moored at a station depth of 92 m in the waters of the western continental shelf of India during May 1984 indicated the presence of oscillatory flows. ...
Physical characteristics of the coastal waters between Navapur and Umbharat, West coast of India. Part 1. Current pattern
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1982)
Surface and bottom current patterns of the coastal waters between Navapur and Umbharat (Maharashtra-Gujarat Industrial Belt) are described in relation to tides and other environmental parameters. The results of the analysis ...
Holocene climatic inferences from the sediments of the Western Indian continental shelf
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 1980)
Meteorological results of monsoon-88 Expedition (pre-monsoon period)
Mean atmospheric circulation, moisture budget and net heat exchange were studied during a pre-monsoon period (18th March to 3rd May, 1988), making use of the data collected on board "Akademik Korolev" in the central ...
Variability in wave refraction and resultant nearshore current patterns: Exposed versus sheltered beaches along north Karnataka, west coast of India
For predominant waves approaching from directions varying between SW and WNW and periods varying from 6 to 11 sec, the refraction function (Kd) shows amplification of wave heights resulting in concentration of wave energy ...