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Oscillations of Bay of Bengal sea surface temperature during the 1998 Summer Monsoon
New measurements from moored buoys in the Bay of Bengal, along with satellite cloud data, reveal strong monsoon intraseasonal oscillations (ISO) during the summer of 1998. The active phase of theExpand
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First results from a new observational system over the Indian seas
The Department of Ocean Development has recently installed several moored met-ocean buoys in the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea to measure sea surface temperature (SST) and other near- surfaceExpand
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Interannual variability of Kelvin wave propagation in the wave guides of the equatorial Indian Ocean, the coastal Bay of Bengal and the southeastern Arabian Sea during 1993-2006
The observed variability of the Kelvin waves and their propagation in the equatorial wave guide of the Indian Ocean and in the coastal wave guides of the Bay of Bengal (BoB) and the southeasternExpand
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BOBMEX: The Bay of Bengal Monsoon Experiment
The first observational experiment under the Indian Climate Research Programme, called the Bay of Bengal Monsoon Experiment (BOBMEX), was carried out during July-August 1999. BOBMEX was aimed atExpand
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Evaluation of the Global Ocean Data Assimilation System at INCOIS: The Tropical Indian Ocean
Abstract A new version of NCEP’s Global Ocean Data Assimilation System (GODAS), which is based on the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL) Modular ocean Model version 4.0 (MOM4.0) and aExpand
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Variability of Indian summer monsoon rainfall in daily data from gauge and satellite
It has long been thought that tropical rainfall retrievals from satellites have large errors. Here we show, using a new daily 1 degree gridded rainfall data set based on about 1800 gauges from theExpand
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Response of subsurface waters in the eastern Arabian Sea to tropical cyclones
Abstract Thermister chain data at different depths for June 1998 cyclone in the Arabian Sea at a location (69.2 E,15.5 N) which is about 60 km to the left of the cyclone track indicates subsurfaceExpand
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Upper ocean variability in the Bay of Bengal during the tropical cyclones Nargis and Laila
Upper ocean variability at different stages in the evolution of the tropical cyclones Nargis and Laila is evaluated over the Bay of Bengal (BoB) during May 2008 and May 2010 respectively. NargisExpand
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Salinity Measurements Collected by Fishermen Reveal a ``River in the Sea'' Flowing Along the Eastern Coast of India
Being the only tropical ocean bounded by a continent to the north, the Indian Ocean is home to the most powerful monsoon system on Earth. Monsoonal rains and winds induce huge river discharges andExpand
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On the warm pool dynamics in the southeastern Arabian Sea during April-May 2005 based on the satellite remote sensing and ARGO float data
Observational data from the Arabian Sea Monsoon Experiment (ARMEX-Phase IIA) in the southeastern Arabian Sea (SEAS) showed intense warming with the SST up to 31.5°C during April-May 2005. Analysis ofExpand
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