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Linking Indian rivers vs Bay of Bengal monsoon Activity
(Indian Academy of Sciences, 2006)
Biogeochemistry of the Bay of Bengal: Physical, chemical and primary productivity characteristics of the central and western Bay of Bengal during summer monsoon 2001
Reliable data on biological characteristics from the Bay of Bengal are elusive. In this paper, we present results on physics, chemistry and biology simultaneously measured during the summer monsoon, 2001 from open ocean ...
Seasonal variability of the mixed layer in the central Bay of Bengal and associated changes in nutrients and chlorophyll
Hydrographic data from NODC and RNODC were used to study the seasonal variability of the mixed layer in the central Bay of Bengal (8oN to 20oN and 87oE to 91oE), while meteorological data from COADS were used to explore ...
Is the biological productivity in the Bay of Bengal light limited?
(Current Science Association, 2010)
Recent measurements of chlorophyll, primary productivity (PP) and nutrients along the central Bay of Bengal (BOB) during summer, fall and spring intermonsoons showed that the northern bay becomes less productive compared ...
Are eddies nature’s trigger to enhance biological productivity in the Bay of Bengal?
(American Geophysical Union, 2004)
The Bay of Bengal is traditionally considered to be a less productive basin compared to the Arabian Sea. Despite the contrasting chlorophyll and primary productivity pattern, sediment trap data shows that annual fluxes of ...
Bay of Bengal Process Studies (BOBPS) Final Report
(Department of Ocean Development, New Delhi, 2007)
The Bay of Bengal Process Studies (BOBPS) was conceived in early 1997 as a sequel to the JGOFS (Joint Global Ocean Flux Study) India - Arabian Sea Process Study. Soon after the completion of the JGOFS field experiments ...