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    • Keywords

       

      Water characteristics; circulation; premonsoon; east central Arabian Sea

    • Abstract

       

      The hydrographic structure in the east central Arabian Sea during premonsoon period undergoes significant temporal change in the thermal field of upper 100 m, wherein temperature rises by about 0–5°C on an average from May to June. The major contribution in increasing the surface layer temperature comes from surface heat exchange processes, while the horizontal advective process tends to remove the heat from the upper layer. The geostrophic flow patterns are similar from May to June in the major part of the study area while in the coastal areas off Goa a southerly current sets in June in response to coastal upwelling.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      V Ramesh Babu1 J S Sastry1 V V Gopalakrishna1 D V Rama Raju1

      1. National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa - 403004, India
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  • Journal of Earth System Science | News

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