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Budgetary and biogeochemical implications of N sub(2)O isotope signatures in the Arabian Sea
Nitrous oxide (N sub(2)O) is an important greenhouse gas that also plays a role in the chemistry of stratospheric ozone depletion, but its atmospheric budget has yet to be well-quantified sup(1-5). However, multi-isotope ...
Coastal versus open-ocean denitrification in the Arabian Sea
(The European Geosciences Union, 2006)
The Arabian Sea contains one of the three major open-ocean denitrification zones in the world. In addition, pelagic denitrification also occurs over the inner and mid-shelf off the west coast of India. The major differences ...
Severe fish mortality associated with 'red tide' observed in the sea off Cochin
(Current Science Association, 1998)
Severe fish mortality associated with the "red tide" phenomenon caused by Noctiluca blooms was observed in the sea off Cochin, Kerala, India at depths less than 40 m. The dead fish, almost entirely comprised of the threadfin ...
An intermediate nepheloid layer associated with high microbial metabolic rates and denitrification in the northwest Indian Ocean
(American Geophysical Union, 1993)
Extensive optical, physical chemical, and biochemical measurements made simultaneously in the northwest Indian Ocean reveal the occurrence of an intermediate nepheloid layer (INL) invariably associated with the secondary ...
Chemical composition of precipitation in India and Nepal: A preliminary report on an Indo-Swedish Project on Atmospheric Chemistry
(Department of Meteorology; Stockholm University; Stockholm; Sweden., 1996)
Rainwater and dustfall are being collected for chemical analysis five sites in India and on e in Nepal on an event basis with wet-only and bulk collectors. Special attempts are made to obtain regionally representative ...
Nitrogen isotopic studies in the suboxic Arabian Sea
(Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, India, 1998)
Measurements of sup(15)N/ sup(14)N in dissolved molecular nitrogen (N sub(2)), nitrate (NO sub(3) sup(-)) and nitrous oxide (N sub(2)O) and sup(18)O/ sup(16)O in N sub(2)O [expressed as delta sup(15)N and delta sup(18)O, ...
Seasonal anoxia over the western Indian continental shelf
(American Geophysical Union, 2009)
The eastern Arabian Sea contains the only eastern-boundary-type upwelling environment in the entire Indian Ocean, albeit on a seasonal basis. During the southwest monsoon, when the surface current flows equatorward, upwelling ...
CO sub(2) and N sub(2) O fluxes from the northern Indian Ocean
(Narosa, New Delhi (India), 1998)
The CO sub(2) and N sub(2)O in the north Indian Ocean were measured and their fluxes were evaluated. Samples were collected from the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. The water samples were analysed for dissolved oxygen, ...
Coastal biogeochemical processes in the north Indian Ocean (14, S-W)
(Harvard University Press, 2006)
Production of dimethylsulphide during the seasonal anoxia off Goa
Subsurface waters over the western Indian continental shelf experience seasonal anoxia towards the end of the southwest monsoon season. During a 3-day study carried out at the Candolim time series site (off the coast of ...