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Biogeochemistry of the North Indian Ocean

M. Dileep Kumar

Biogeochemistry of the North Indian Ocean

by M. Dileep Kumar

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Published by Indian National Science Academy in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 23-25).

StatementM. Dileep Kumar.
SeriesIGBP-WCRP-SCOPE report series -- 1
ContributionsIndian National Science Academy.
The Physical Object
Pagination25 p. :
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16791130M
LC Control Number2007340031

Indian Ocean Biogeochemical Processes and Ecological Variability provides a synthesis of current knowledge on Indian Ocean biogeochemistry and ecology and an introduction to new concepts and topical paradigm challenges. It also reports on the development of more extensive/frequent observational capacity being deployed in the Indian Ocean. Worldwide, coral reef ecosystems are experiencing increasing pressure from a variety of anthropogenic perturbations including ocean warming and acidification, increased sedimentation, eutrophication, and overfishing, which could shift reefs to a condition of net calcium carbonate (CaCO 3) dissolution and , we determine the net calcification potential and the relative balance of.

Ocean Biogeochemistry and Global Change following year, the multinational North Atlantic Bloom Experiment (NABE) began and was the basis for future process studies in other ocean. ocean and land observations mutually constrain estimates of carbon uptake. Read "Ocean Biogeochemistry The Role of the Ocean Carbon Cycle in Global Change" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Oceans account for 50% of the anthropogenic CO2 released into the atmosphere. During the past 15 years an international.

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Instead of happening in a clean glass beaker, the reactions have the ocean floor as the container.Hydrography and biogeochemistry of the north western Bay of Bengal and the north eastern Arabian Sea during winter monsoon Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Marine Systems 73(1)The National Institute of Oceanography, founded on 1 January as one of 37 constituent laboratories of the CSIR, is an autonomous research organization in India to undertake scientific research and studies of special oceanographic features of the Northern Indian Ocean.

Headquartered in Goa, it has regional centres in Kochi, Mumbai and Vizag.