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A new insight to vulnerability of Central Odisha coast, India using analytical hierarchical process (AHP) based approach
(Springer Netherlands, 2018)
The occurrence of the Phailin, Hudhud cyclones in the Bay of Bengal region highlights the importance of continuous monitoring of this area from the coastal vulnerability perspective. The increase in the magnitude and ...
Attenuation of Wave Energy Due to Mangrove Vegetation off Mumbai, India
Coastal regions of India are prone to sea level rise, cyclones, storm surges, and human-induced activities, resulting in flood, erosion, and inundation, and some of these impacts could be attributed to climate change. ...
Microplastic pollution: A serious threat to the marine ecosystem
(Indian Coast Guard, 2017)
Role of grounded ship 'MV River Princess' in triggering erosion: A case study from Candolim Sinquerim Coast, Goa.
(Centre for Earth Science Studies, 2010)
Multi-temporal satellite imageries of 1997, 2001 and 2006, wave model results and field observations were used to evaluate effect of the grounded vessel MV River Princess. Erosion was triggered along the Candolim-Sinquerim ...
Recent studies on wind seas and swells in the Indian Ocean: A review
(SAGE Publications, 2013)
Winds and waves measured at a few locations along the west coast of India were analysed to study the wave characteristics in the deep as well as near shore regions during different seasons The potential generation of swells ...
Long-Term Variability of the Wind Field over the Indian Ocean Based on ERA-Interim Reanalysis
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
A detailed study of long-term variability of winds using 30 years of data from the European Centre for Medium-range Weather Forecasts global reanalysis (ERA-Interim) over the Indian Ocean has been carried out by partitioning ...
Modelling of Oil-Sediment Aggregates Trajectories Along Gulf of Khambhat, West Coast of India
(Springer, Singapore, 2021)
Oil spill accidents on the marine waters impose great threat to the marine organism, humans and economic. Continuous efforts have been made to achieve effective mitigation measures to avoid the damage to the marine ...
Oil pollution in the Eastern Arabian Sea from invisible sources: A multi-technique approach
The Eastern Arabian Sea (EAS) is affected by oil pollution, as often evidenced by the presence of tarballs along the West Coast of India (WCI). Tarball samples collected during May 2017 along the Goa coast were subject to ...