Poster Session III, Region 1: Arabian Sea chaired by Sharon Smith


Saiyed I. Ahmed, Summary and conclusions from the NASEER (North Arabian Sea Environmental and Ecosystem Research) cruises, conducted between Karachi, Pakistan and Muscat, Oman to examine impacts of monsoonal-driven physical forcing effects on the dynamics of biological and chemical parameters


Peter H. Burkill, Analysing the microbial biodiversity of the Indian Ocean (AMBITION): cruise overview


Raleigh R. Hood, Ecosystem model comparison in the Arabian Sea: A prototype regional modeling testbed


Samina Kidwai, Cephalopod para-larvae in the northwest Arabian Sea- abundance and distribution in relation to monsoonal variability


M. Dileep Kumar, Carbon budget in the eastern and central Arabian Sea


S.W.A. Naqvi, Nitrous oxide cycling in the Arabian Sea


A.L. Paropkari, Particle fluxes along the monsoon dominated Western Margin of India


M.M.Sarin, Particulate organic carbon export in the Arabian Sea determined from the upper ocean 234Th/238U disequilibrium


V.V.S.S. Sarma, Existence of perennial oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) in the northern Indian Ocean


Ragasakthi S.S. Sundarvel, Seasonal and geographical variation in nutrients and productivities, Bay of Bengal, India


Sharon L. Smith, The Arabian Sea: the carbon cycle's response to strong, predictable physical forcing


Jerry D. Wiggert, Monsoon-driven biogeochemical processes in the Arabian Sea


Kirit S.Yajnik, Uptake kinetics of phytoplankton in presence of nutrient interaction: lessons from JGOFS experiments in the Indian Ocean