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Heat storage in the Andaman Sea
(India Meteorological Department, 1981)
Heat storage in the Andaman Sea in upper 20 m, where a strong halocline seems to inhibit vertical heat transport has been evaluated and discussed in relation to the other parameters of heat budget. Estimation of annual ...
Structure of the marine atmospheric boundary layer over central equatorial Indian Ocean during south west monsoon
(Goa: National Inst of Oceanography, 1987)
Summer monsoonal heat balance for upper central equatorial Indian Ocean
Apparent relationship between thermal regime in Antarctic waters and Indian summer monsoon
Austral winter seasonal and intra-seasonal variabilities of Sub-Tropical Convergence and Antarctic Polar Front are examined using sea surface temperature patterns published in GOSSTCOMP (Global Operational Sea Surface ...
The heat and moisture budgets of the atmosphere over central equatorial Indian Ocean during summer monsoon
(India Meteorological Department, 1987)
The heat and moisture budgets of the atmosphere (surface to 100 mb) over the central equatorial Indian Ocean (2 degrees N to 2 degrees S; 76 degrees E to 80 degrees E) have been investigated utilising the surface and upper ...
Hydrographic characteristics of central Bay of Bengal waters during southwest monsoon of 1983
During cruises 120 and 124 of R V Gaveshani two sections, viz. Visakhapatnam - Port Blair and Madras - Port Blair, in Bay of Bengal have been covered twice. The sea surface temperature (SST) shows a decrease of about 2 ...
Circulation and watermass structure in the Central Arabian Sea during December 1982
After the cessation of the SW monsoon over Arabian Sea, the North Equatorial Current sets strongly and the low saline waters from the Bay of Bengal and the equatorial Indian Ocean penetrate into the Arabian Sea. This results ...
Watermass structure in the Bay of Bengal
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1985)
The distributions of temperature, salinity thermosteric anomaly, density flux function and stability along 88 degrees E in the Bay of Bengal are presented. The surface salinities showed strong gradients both horizontally ...