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Identifying the source of tar balls deposited along the beaches of Goa in 2013 and comparing with historical data collected along the west coast of India
Deposition of oil residues, also known as tar balls, is a seasonal phenomenon, and it occurs only in the southwest monsoon season along the west coast of India. This has become a serious environmental issue, as Goa is a ...
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 ...
EIA modelling for CZM applications. Part 1
(Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Mumbai, 2001)
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 ...
Oceanographic studies off Beypore Port, west coast of India to locate a dredge dumping site
This study presents the salient results of the oceanographic investigations carried out along the west coast of India to locate a dumping site for the dredged material generated from the capital dredging of the proposed ...
Coastal sea level response to the tropical cyclonic forcing in the northern Indian Ocean
(European Geophysical Union, 2015)
The study examines the observed storm-generated sea level variation due to deep depression (event 1: E1) in the Arabian Sea from 26 November to 1 December 2011 and a cyclonic storm "THANE" (event 2: E2) over the Bay of ...
Modelling of coastal current and thermal plume dispersion - A case study off Nagapattinam, east coast of India
(Naval Physical and Oceanographic Laboratory, Thrikkakara, Kochi, India, 1998)
Thermal plume simulation has been carried out using a 2D model to understand the nature of spreading and rate of cooling of warm water discharge from a proposed outfall in the nearshore region off Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu, ...
Inter-annual sea level variability in the southern South China Sea
The South China Sea (SCS) is the largest marginal sea in the western Pacific Basin. Sea level anomalies (SLAs) in the southern South China Sea (SSCS) are assumed to be governed by various phenomena associated with the ...
Wave climatology of the Indian Ocean derived from altimetry and wave model
(NIO, Dona Paula, Goa (India), 2000)
GEOSAT altimeter data for the period 1986-1989 have been utilised to derive wave climatology for the Indian Ocean region bounded by 20 degrees S to 25 degrees N and 40 degrees E to 110 degrees E. The results are presented ...
Assessment of the environmental health of an ecologically sensitive, semi-enclosed, basin - A water quality modelling approach
Semi-enclosed basins are environmentally dynamic and some of the most anthropogenically affected components of the coastal realm. They can reflect various environmental impacts, thus qualifying as natural laboratories to ...