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Source and dispersal of suspended sediment in the macro-tidal Gulf of Kachchh
The macro-tidal Gulf of Kachchh, covering nearly 7000 km sup(2), is located about 150 km south of the Indus River mouth. In spite of semi-arid climate and lack of major rivers flowing into it, the Gulf is highly turbid ...
Tide dependent seasonal changes in water quality and assimilative capacity of anthropogenically influenced Mormugao harbour water
Water quality data from Mormugao harbour area at the mouth of Zuari estuary in Goa have been obtained over two tidal cycles monthly for the year 2003 to 2004. R-mode factor analyses of the data indicated strong positive ...
On the circulation in the Bay of Bengal during northern spring inter-monsoon (March-April 1987)
Temperature and salinity data collected from the Bay of Bengal 22 March-28 April 1987 (Northern spring inter-monsoon) identified the seasonal anticyclonic gyre (ACG) at 16 degrees N, 86 degrees E characterized by warm ...
Co-existence of wind seas and swells along the west coast of India during non-monsoon season
(European Geosciences Union, 2013)
An attempt has been made to understand the co-existence of wind seas and swells along the west coast of India during non-monsoon season. Wave data were collected in different years during non-monsoon season (off Goa during ...
Numerical simulations of barnacle larval dispersion coupled with field observations on larval abundance, settlement and recruitment in a tropical monsoon influenced coastal marine environment
Observations were carried out to monitor the larval abundance, settlement and recruitment of barnacles on a regular basis for a period of two years. The results were then compared with the numerical modelling studies carried ...