Journal of Physics Research
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Research by K. Nisha and colleagues in physics provides new insights
June 30th, 2009
"Repeat XBT transects made at near-fortnightly intervals in the Lakshadweep Sea ( southeastern Arabian Sea) and ocean data assimilation products are examined to describe the year-to-year variability in the observed near-surface thermal inversions during the winter seasons of 2002-06. Despite the existence of a large low-salinity water intrusion into the Lakshadweep Sea, there was an unusually lower number of near-surface thermal inversions during the winter 2005/06 compared to the other winters," scientists in Panaji, India report.
"The possible causative mechanisms are examined. During the summer monsoon of 2005 and the following winter season, unusually heavy rainfall...
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Source: Journal of Physics Research (2009-06-30)