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|Title:||Sea surface temperature cooling induced by Tropical cyclone Hudhud over Bay of Bengal|
|Keywords:||Hudhud;SST cooling;ARGO;Buoy;Bay of Bengal|
|Abstract:||Hudhud was a very severe cyclone storm occurred in October 2014 over Bay of Bengal (BoB). This paper deals with the sea surface temperature (SST) cooling occurred due to Hudhud. When compared the SST difference between before cyclogenesis and landfall, cooling of 3°C observed. Maximum cooling of SST occurred on 11-12 Oct due to strong winds covered and robust convection all over BoB. Buoy data clearly indicating SST cooling and entrainment of subsurface waters to mixed layer. ARGO data also clearly signifying the SST cooling, however the cooling magnitude is lower (-1.25°C) due to difference in profile timing.|
|ISSN:||0975-1033 (Online); 0379-5136 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJMS Vol.48(01) [January 2019]|
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