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Estimating boundary currents from satellite altimetry: A case study for the east coast of India
(The Oceanographic Society of Japan, 2008)
A methodology to derive surface geostrophic current from a newly released altimetric sea-level data set is presented. TOPEX/Poseidon data were first completely reprocessed from Geophysical Data Records using new algorithms ...
Impact of temperature inversions on SST evolution in the South-Eastern Arabian Sea during the pre-summer monsoon season
(American Geophysical Union, 2004)
Temperature inversions are known to occur in the near-surface ocean regime where salinity stratification is large enough to influence the density field. However, they have not been known as features that alter near-surface ...
Westward movement of eddies into the Gulf of Aden from the Arabian Sea
(American Geophysical Union, 2007)
Sea level anomalies (SLA) from satellite altimetry (1993-2003) reveal the westward movement of mesoscale eddies in the Gulf of Aden. Inside the gulf the eddies move at a speed of approx. 6.0-8.5 cm s sup(-1), comparable ...