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Emission of carbon dioxide from a tropical estuarine system, Goa, India
(American Geophysical Union, 2001)
Carbon dioxide species were studied in Mandovi-Zuari system, a tropical estuarine complex influenced by strong monsoonal run-off, with implications to build up and air-water exchange of CO sub(2) . Total carbon dioxide ...
Sea–air CO2 fluxes in the Indian Ocean between 1990 and 2009
(European Geosciences Union, 2013)
The Indian Ocean (44° S–30° N) plays an important role in the global carbon cycle, yet it remains one of the most poorly sampled ocean regions. Several approaches have been used to estimate net sea–air CO<sub>2</sub> fluxes ...
Atmospheric dry deposition of inorganic and organic nitrogen to the Bay of Bengal: Impact of continental outflow
The continental outflow from south and south-east Asia, persisting during January to March, dominates the widespread dispersal of pollutants over tropical Bay of Bengal. With a view to assess the impact of anthropogenic ...
Distribution and air–sea exchange of nitrous oxide in the coastal Bay of Bengal during peak discharge period (southwest monsoon)
In order to examine the impact of river discharge from the Indian subcontinent on the concentration and air–sea exchange of nitrous oxide (N sub(2)O) a study was conducted during peak discharge period in the coastal Bay ...
Estimating of gas transfer velocity using triple isotopes of dissolved oxygen.
The atmosphere-ocean exchange of climatically important gases is determined by the transfer velocity (k) and concentration gradient across the interface. Based on observations in the northwestern subarctic Pacific and ...