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Why were historical period ports of Goa located away from the coast? The decline of Gopakapatana
Most of the ports of the historical period of the east and west coasts of India were located away from the seafront But in later period, new ports were established mostly along the coastal regions The reasons attributed ...
Bispectra of sea surface waves
(IIT Bombay, 1986)
A numerical wave prediction model dolphin: Theory and test results
This report gives the basic theory of ocean waves and ocean wave prediction and a description of the physical background and of tests of the wave hindcast model Dolphin
Physical processes in the Indian seas
(Dona Paula: Indian Society for Phys. Science Ocean, 1992)
The proceedings volume comprise 38 papers covering air-sea boundary problems, open-ocean dynamics, nearshore processes, observational and analysis techniques, etc. This volume helps in taking stock of physical oceanographic ...
Morpho-dynamic evolution of Ekakula spit of Odisha coast, India using satellite data
Ekakula spit is t at the northern end of Gahirmatha coast in the state of Odisha, India This spit is located at the mouth of Maipura River which is falling in the Mahanadi delta region This spit is a prominent and important ...
Surfzone currents at Candolim and Miramar beaches of Goa, India: measurements and comparisons
Measurements in the surfzone current are often carried out using Acoustic Doppler Velocimeters, Electromagnetic current meters, as well as visual observations based on floats A simple approach is used to install an Aanderaa ...
Seasonal nutrient chemistry in mountainous river systems of tropical Western Peninsular India
(Taylor and Francis, 2015)
Nutrient chemistry was studied in three mountainous rivers (Mandovi, Zuari and Netravati), across western peninsular India (WPI) during south-west monsoon (SWM), post-monsoon and pre-monsoon seasons of year 2011-2012. ...
On some aspects of Indian Ocean warm pool
Annual and interannual variation of Indian Ocean Warm Pool (IOWP) was studied using satellite and in situ ocean temperature data IOWP surface area undergoes a strong annual cycle attaining a maximum of 24x10<sup>6</sup>k ...
The Indian Ocean: A perspective
(Oxford & IBH, New Delhi, 2001)
The two volumes of the book "The Indian Ocean: A perspective" is the first of its kind on the Indian Ocean covering almost all the aspects of Indian oceanographic regime. Volume one contains nine chapters and volume 2 ...