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Distribution of iodate in the south western Bay of Bengal
Low concentration of iodate at surface (Ca. 0.2 mu M) and an increase in deeper waters (Ca, 0.55 mu M) were observed in south western Bay of Bengal. A nutrient like behaviour of iodate was also found and phosphate showed ...
Stability of phosphorus species in seawater
Relative stabilities of various oxidation states, oxyacids and dissolved inorganic complexes of phosphorus in anoxic and oxic marine environments are elucidated. H sub(3) PO sub(2)/P super(0) and H sub(2) PO sub(2)/p ...
Property-Property relations: 22 degree and 9 degree discontinuities in the Arabian Sea
Property-property relations, mostly of conservative chemical parameters, are used in this attempt in tracing various discontinuities in the Arabian Sea and to reveal in situ processes together with potential temperature-salinity ...
Vitamin B 12 concentrations in Mandovi and Zuari estuaries
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1983)
Bioassay method using @iCyclotella nana@@ (clone 13) was employed for the estimation of Vitamin B@d12@@ in Mandovi and Zuari estuaries. At the mouth of the Mandovi estuary, B@d12@@ concentration varied between 0.38 and 7.0 ...
Dissolved and particulate trace metals in the western Bay of Bengal
Concentrations of Cu, Zn, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni and Pb, both in soluble and particulate forms were studied in the upper 200 m depth. Correlation between the trace metal concentration and the primary productivity was also investigated. ...
Distribution of Dissolved Boron in the Waters of the Zuari Estuary (Goa)
Dissolved boron varies from 0.02 to 5.42mg/kg along the length of the estuary.The data suggest that a considerable portion of boron is removed from the waters by sedimentary uptake during monsoon and postmonsoon seasons. ...
Distributino of Dissolved Silicate in the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal
Biodegradation of organic matter in sea water
Regionally variable chemistry, auto-heterotrophic coupling and vertical carbon flux in the northwestern Indian Ocean: A case study for biochemical pump
Large scale regional differences in surface productivity as well as water column chemistry exist in the Arabian Sea environment in north-south direction. The available primary productivity data are incorporated into existing ...