2 edition of Meteorological atlas of the International Indian Ocean Expedition. found in the catalog.
Meteorological atlas of the International Indian Ocean Expedition.
International Indian Ocean Expedition (1960-1965)
by National Science Foundation; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U. S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington
Written in English
|Contributions||National Science Foundation (U.S.), India (Republic). Meteorological Dept.|
|LC Classifications||G2851.C8 I5 1972|
|The Physical Object|
Daily and zonal (latitudinal belt) averages of heat and momentum fluxes were computed using bulk aerodynamic formulae, from the meteorological parameters measured onboard ‘M. S. Thuleland’ during the sixth Indian scientific expedition to Antarctica (26th November, to 22nd March, ). Both estimates showed significant variations, the momentum flux showing the largest variation. Ramage, C.S. and Raman, C.R.V. Meteorological atlas of the international Indian Ocean Expedition vol. II. A Joint Project of the US National Science Foundation and India Meteorological Department. Google Scholar.
VII The French Expedition to Cape Horn (Tierra del Fuego) 1. Determination of Position 2. Tides 3. Solar Radiation 4. Meteorological Observations 5. Magnetic Observations 6. Atmospheric Electricity VIII The German Expedition to Kingua Fiord (Cummerland Sound) and South Georgia Island (South Atlantic Ocean) A. The Kingua Fiord Expedition B. WARREN B., H. STOMMEL and J. C. SWALLOW (). Water masses and patterns of flow in the Somali basin during the southwest monsoon of Deep-Sea Research, 13, WYRTrd K. (). Oceanographic atlas of the international Indian Ocean expedition National Science Foun- dation, Washington, D.C., pp.
India Meteorological Department has the responsibility of monitoring and prediction of cyclonic disturbances (CDs) including tropical cyclone (TC) and depression, collection, processing and archival of all data pertaining to CDs and preparation of best track data over the North Indian Ocean (NIO). The process of post-season analysis of CDs to determine the best estimate of a CD’s position. As the ocean science community is about to launch the Second International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE-2), it is worthwhile to look back to the original IIOE to determine why and how it developed, and what lessons were learned from the IIOE that might be applied to the IIOE
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(Book, )  Get this from a. Oceanographic atlas of the International Indian Ocean Expedition / by Klaus Wyrtki ; With the assistance of Edward B. Bennett and David J. Rochford ; Prepared for The National Science Foundation U. Govt. Print. Off [Washington, D.
C Australian/Harvard Citation. Wyrtki, Klaus. & Rochford, D. & Bennett, Edward B. & National Science. INTERNATIONAL STUDIES OF THE INDIAN OCEAN, Warren S. Wooster Institute for Marine Studies, University of Washington, Seattle, WA ABSTRACT An oceanographic exploration of much of the Indian Ocean took place during in the framework of the International Indian Ocean Expedition.
Post-IIOE years and the growing challenges in Indian Ocean studies. The success of the IIOE spawned several scientific initiatives, either as integral components of global programmes (e.g.
Netherlands Indian Ocean Programme [NIOP],which formed part of the international Joint Global Ocean Flux Study [JGOFS]; the JGOFS Arabian Sea Expedition, The Tropical Ocean-Global Atmosphere. The book discusses the influence of human-induced global climate change on the Indian subcontinent and the regional monsoon, the adjoining Indian Ocean and the Himalayas.
Future projections of regional climate change will also be covered in the proposed book. Second International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE-2) "to advance our understanding of the Indian Ocean and its role in the Earth System in order to enable informed decisions in support of sustainable development and the well-being of humankind" This international program of discovery will be guided by a rich set of contemporary science questions.
Ramage, C.S. International Indian Ocean Expedition: Meteorological research goes to sea. The Marine Observer April Ramage, C.S. Recent meteorological results from the International Indian Ocean Expedition. in Bruun Memorial Lectures presented at the Seventh Session of the IOC.
IOC Technical Series Geological-geophysical atlas of the Indian Ocean. MLA Citation. International Indian Ocean Expedition. and Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission.
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To address this gap in knowledge, SCOR and IOC motivated one of the greatest oceanographic expeditions of all time, the International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE). The IIOE was a 6‐yr endeavor (–) that stimulated new activities by about a dozen nations, in which all areas of oceanography and meteorology were studied across the.
Ramage, C. and Raman, C. (), Meteorological Atlas of the International Indian Ocean Expedition, Vols. 1 and 2, National Science Foundation, U.S.A.
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The aim of the Symposium was to summarize present knowledge of the biology of the Indian Ocean. Twenty-two presentations by invited speakers reviewed the research work carried out during the International Indian Ocean Expedition (lIOE)the first cooperative project coordinated by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC).Abstract.
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