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Phytoplankton blooms induced/sustained by cyclonic eddies during the Indian Ocean Dipole event of 1997 along the southern coasts of Java and Sumatra
Authors: Rahul Chand Reddy P. Salvekar, P. S. Year: 2008
Journal: Biogeosciences Discussions
Publisher: 2008 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.  
Volume: 5
Issue/Number: 5
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Category: 2a. Science Applications - Biological (B)
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Additional Info: DEU; Max-Planck-Strasse 13, Katlenburg-Lindau, DEU, 37191: European Geosciences Union; References: Number: 26; Geographic: Asia Eurasia Greater Sunda Islands Indian Ocean Java Malay Archipelago Southeast Asia Sumatra Sunda Isles; Entry: 2008-10-17 1810-6277 (print) E- 1810-6285 FirstSearch indicates your institution subscribes to this publication. Libraries worldwide that own item: 303 JET PROPULSION LAB Connect to the catalog at JPL Technical Library Journal Article
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Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune, IND E-mail: rcreddy@tropmet.res.in


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