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Published by SAARC Meteorological Research Centre in Dhaka .
Written in English


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Statement[O.P. Singh]
SeriesSMRC -- no. 7
ContributionsSAARC Meteorological Research Centre
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 122 p. :
Number of Pages122
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24463546M
LC Control Number2009310711

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  Low-frequency variability of sea level along the coast of India forms the subject of this thesis. “Low” is defined to exclude frequencies Author: D. Shankar. sub-inertialfrequencies. Low-frequency variability of sea level along the coast of India forms the subject of this thesis. “Low” is defined to exclude frequencies higher than those described by monthly sea level. The seasonal cycle is the highest frequency studied in this thesis, which. A study on regional sea level variation along the Indian coast Piyali Chowdhurya, Dr Manasa Ranjan Beherab aClimate Studies, IIT Bombay,Mumbai, India bDepartment of Civil Engineering, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India Abstract Mean sea level variation is a global phenomenon with spatial variations in trends on regional by: 3. Sea level change in the Indian Ocean is about mm/year in the past sixty years or so, whereas the global sea level trends are a bit higher. This picture completely changed in the recent years with very significant sea level rise in the Indian Ocean and is comparable to the global by: 3.

  Sea level along the Indian coast has risen by cm in the last five decades, Union Minister Babul Supriyo said in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday. PTI New Delhi Published on: Novem IST. Low-frequency sea level variability in the Atlantic, Indian and Southern Oceans Instead, a semi-annual signal originating in the Indonesian Sea region propagates from Timor Passage poleward along the West Australian coast, and then separates from the coast between °S where the coastal Leeuwin Current becomes intense [Birol and Morrow. the influence of these factors on the sea level in the Lithuanian marine waters, the annual vari-ability of the annual sea level and its correlation with NAO index were examined. The variability of monthly mean sea level was analysed along with extreme values of sea level and long-term seasonal change of the sea level.   "On an average, the sea level along the Indian coast is considered to be rising at about mm/year meaning thereby that during the past 50 years, the sea level along the Indian coasts has risen by cm," he said in the upper house of Parliament.

Past studies show that sea-level rise increased on the U.S. northeast coast more than the global average since This coastal sea-level acceleration has been tied to changes to ocean currents possibly related to human activity. Scientists discovered a period roughly years ago when sea level accelerated by a similar amounts along this. In contrast to the Pacific, the interannual variability origi-nated in the tropical Indian Ocean has not been paid much attention. This is mainly because the variability in the basin is overwhelmed by seasonal winds. The southwest monsoon winds that dominate the annual cycle produce strong upwelling along the Somali coast of the western Indian. The intraseasonal variability (ISV) of sea level anomalies (SLAs) along the southern coast of Java and its interannual modulation were studied based on a . Studies on interannual and interdecadal sea-level variability also show a coherence along the coast of the north Indian Ocean (Clarke and Liu, , Shankar, , Shankar and Shetye, ). Second, we include GIA corrections of vertical land movement and show that sea-level-rise trends for the north Indian Ocean coasts are consistent with Cited by: