Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly in the Bay of Bengal in 2010

@article{Shamsad2013SeaST,
  title={Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly in the Bay of Bengal in 2010},
  author={M. Shamsad and M. A. Farukh and Mousumi Chowdhury and Shyamal Chandra Basak},
  journal={Journal of Environmental Science and Natural Resources},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={77-80}
}
Bangladesh is one of the most disaster prone countries in the world and is a victim of frequent natural calamities like tropical cyclones, tornadoes, floods, storm surges and droughts. Sea surface temperature (SST) plays a vital role in determining ocean-atmosphere interaction. In this study we focused on understanding the behavior of SST anomaly prevailed in the region of Bay of Bengal mainly to assume the surface temperature signature for cyclone occurrence. For this study, the observed SST… 

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