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Title: Ocean atmospheric processes over Bay of Bengal during two contrasting northeast monsoon onsets
Authors: Shende, K V
Kumar, M R Ramesh
Kale, K V
Keywords: Bay of Bengal;Latent Heat Flux;North-East Monsoon;Outgoing Longwave Radiation;Sea Surface Temperature;Wind Speed
Issue Date: Oct-2020
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
Abstract: Conditions leading at the beginning of North-East Monsoon season on the Bay of Bengal studied using various ocean/ atmosphere parameters such as wind speed, shortwave radiation, sea surface temperature, latent heat flux, net surface heat flux and outgoing longwave radiation for two contrasting North-East monsoon onset years such as 1984 (Delayed) and 1999 (Early). During 1984 sea surface temperature is high over the northern portion of the Bay of Bengal but in 1999 which is the early North-East Monsoon year it is high over the south-eastern portion. In the delayed year i.e. in 1984, sea surface temperature over northern portion of Bay of Bengal warms more than an earlier year i.e. 1999, but contrast behaviour is observed in the south-eastern portion, it warms more in 1999 than 1984. From the analysis, it also observed that in delayed year more heat evaporates than an early year.
Page(s): 1611-1618
ISSN: 2582-6727 (Online); 2582-6506 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJMS Vol.49(10) [October 2020]

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