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Radiolarian fluxes from the southern Bay of Bengal: sediment trap results
A study of radiolarian fluxes collected during 1991-93 from time-series sediment traps deployed at 1071 and 3010 m water depth in the southern Bay of Bengal (SBBT) yielded 40 species/groups of radiolarians. Among the order ...
Living coccolithophores during the northeast monsoon from the Equatorial Indian Ocean: Implications on hydrography
Water samples collected at five stations along 931E section (1 degrees N-4 degrees S) during the northeast monsoon (12-15 February 2000) at five depths (surface, 50, 100, 150 and 200 m) in the eastern equatorial Indian ...
(JGOFS International Project Office, University of Bergen, Norway, 2002)
The Monsoonal impact on the deep ocean fluxes, organic carbon export into the ocean's interior, and the difference between the deep-sea organic carbon fluxes and sedimentary organic carbon burial rates in the Arabian Sea ...
Early Pliocene paleoceanography of the Vityaz Fracture Zone (VFZ), Central Indian Ridge
(Geological Society of China, 2007)
Planktic foraminifera from the calcareous substrate of a ferromanganese crust in the Vityaz Fracture Zone (VFZ), Central Indian Ridge were studied to reconstruct the early Pliocene paleoceanography of this region. Eleven ...
Deep ocean fluxes and their link to surface ocean processes and the biological pump
Intense studies of upper and deep ocean processes were carried out in the Northwestern Indian Ocean (Arabian Sea) within the framework of JGOFS and related projects in order to improve our understanding of the marine carbon ...
Biogeochemical processes in the northern Indian Ocean