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BOBMEX: The Bay of Bengal Monsoon Experiment
(American Meteorological Society, 2001)
The first observational experiment under the Indian Climate Research Programme, called the Bay of Bengal Monsoon Experiment (BOBMEX), was carried out during July-August 1999. BOBMEX was aimed at measurements of important ...
Observations of barrier layer formation in the Bay of Bengal during summer monsoon
(American Geophysical Union, 2002)
Time series of temperature and salinity in the upper ocean, measured at 17 degrees 30'N, 89 degrees E in the northern Bay of Bengal, from 27 July to 6 August 1999 captured an event of upper layer freshening. Initially, the ...
Warm pool thermodynamics from the Arabian Sea Monsoon Experiment (ARMEX)
(American Geophysical Union, 2008)
Before the onset of the south Asian summer monsoon, sea surface temperature (SST) of the north Indian Ocean warms to 30-32 degrees C. Climatological mean mixed layer depth in spring (March-May) is 10-20 m, and net surface ...
On the circulation in the Bay of Bengal during northern spring inter-monsoon (March-April 1987)
Temperature and salinity data collected from the Bay of Bengal 22 March-28 April 1987 (Northern spring inter-monsoon) identified the seasonal anticyclonic gyre (ACG) at 16 degrees N, 86 degrees E characterized by warm ...
Anomalous circulation in the eastern equatorial Indian Ocean during southwest monsoon of 1994
(NIO, Dona Paula, Goa (India), 2000)
Geostrophic circulation derived from hydrographic data collected during July-August, 1994 along 80, 84 and 88E between 5N and 3S latitudinal belt in the eastern equatorial Indian Ocean is presented. A broad westward flow ...
Upper ocean stratification and circulation in the northern Bay of Bengal during southwest monsoon of 1991
During the southwest monsoon (July) of 1991 a large plume (300 x 250 km sup(2)) of warm (greater than 29 degrees C) and less saline (less than 29 PSU) water is noticed in the top 30 m to the east of 87.5 degrees E in the ...
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 ...
Biogeochemical processes in the northern Indian Ocean
Anomalous current structure in the eastern equatorial Indian Indian Ocean during the south-west monsoon of 1994
(CSIRO, Australia, 2001)
Analysis of hydrographic data collected along 80 degrees, 84 degrees and 88 degrees E between 5 degrees N and 3 degrees S during peak south-west monsoon (July-August) of the eastern equatorial Indian Ocean (EEIO) reveals ...