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Dennett,M.R.,Caron,D.A.,Murzov,S.A.,Polikarpov,I.G.,Gavrilova,N.A.,Georgieva,L.V.,Kuzmenko,L.V.

Abundance and biomass of nano- and microplankton during the 1995 Northeast Monsoon and Spring Intermonsoon in the Arabian Sea Journal Article

Deep-Sea Research Part II, 46 (87), pp. 1691-1717, 1999.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: abundance, Arabian Sea, ecosystem, Oceanic, oxygen minimum, plankton

Luo,J.,Ortner,P.B.,Forcucci,D.,Cummings,S.R.

Diel vertical migration of zooplankton and mesopelagic fish in the Arabian Sea Journal Article

Deep-Sea Research Part II, 47 (145), pp. 1451-1473, 2000.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: acoustic, Arabian Sea, depth, diel, displacement, fish, migration, oxygen minimum, sonar, temperature, zooplankton

Mincks,S.L.,Bollens,S.M.,Madin,L.P.,Horgan,E.,Butler,M.,Kremer,P.M.,Craddock,J.E.

Distribution, abundance, and feeding ecology of decapods in the Arabian Sea, with implications for vertical flux Journal Article

Deep-Sea Research Part II, 47 (158), pp. 1475-1516, 2000.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: abundance, Arabian Sea, depth, Distribution, ecology, feeding ecology, migration, oxygen minimum, population, zooplankton

Gowing,M.M.,Wishner,K.F.

Feeding ecology of the copepod Journal Article

Deep-Sea Research Part II, 45 (105), pp. 2433, 1998.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: abundance, Arabian Sea, depth, eastern tropical Pacific, ecology, feeding ecology, oxygen minimum, population, populations, zooplankton

Farrenkopf,A.M.,Luther III,G.W.

Iodine chemistry reflects productivity and denitrification in the Arabian Sea: evidence for flux of dissolved species from sediments of western India into the OMZ Journal Article

Deep-Sea Research Part II, 49 (91), pp. 2303-2318, 2002.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: Arabian Sea, Atlantic, Hawaii, India, Oceanic, oxygen minimum, productivity

Witter,A.E.,Lewis,B.L.,Luther III,G.W.

Iron speciation in the Arabian Sea Journal Article

Deep-Sea Research Part II, 47 (264), pp. 1517-1539, 2000.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: Arabian Sea, Atlantic, Atlantic Ocean, depth, marine, oxygen minimum, Upwelling

Butler,M.,Bollens,S.M.,Burghalter,B.,Madin,L.P.,Horgan,E.

Mesopelagic fishes of the Arabian Sea: distribution, abundance and diet of Journal Article

Deep-Sea Research Part II, 48 (61), pp. 1369-1383, 2001.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: abundance, Arabian Sea, diel, diet, diets, Distribution, ecology, feeding, migration, oxygen minimum, population, populations, predation, south

Madhupratap,M.,Gopalakrishnan,T.C.,Haridas,P.,Nair,K.K.C.

Mesozooplankton biomass, composition and distribution in the Arabian Sea during the Fall Intermonsoon: implications of oxygen gradients Journal Article

Deep-Sea Research Part II, 48 (146), pp. 1345-1368, 2001.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: Arabian Sea, depth, diel, Distribution, migration, oxygen minimum, seasonal variation, south, thermocline

Kim,H-S,Flagg,C.N.,Howden,S.D.

Northern Arabian Sea variability from TOPEX/Poseidon altimetry data: an extension of the US JGOFS/ONR shipboard ADCP study Journal Article

Deep-Sea Research Part II, 48 (134), pp. 1069-1096, 2001.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: acoustic, Arabian Sea, Distribution, location, nearshore, oxygen minimum, south, spatial scale

Lewis,B.L.,Luther III,G.W.

Processes controlling the distribution and cycling of manganese in the oxygen minimum zone of the Arabian Sea Journal Article

Deep-Sea Research Part II, 47 (400), pp. 1541-1561, 2000.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: Arabian Sea, depth, Distribution, Indian Ocean, Oman, oxygen minimum, Pakistan

Morrison,J.M.,Codispoti,L.A.,Smith,S.L.,Wishner,K.,Flagg,C.,Gardner,W.D.,Gaurin,S.,Naqvi,S.W.A.,Manghnani,V.,Prosperie,L.,Gundersen,J.S.

The oxygen minimum zone in the Arabian Sea during 1995 Journal Article

Deep-Sea Research Part II, 46 (174), pp. 1903-1931, 1999.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: acoustic, Arabian Sea, density, depth, diel, Distribution, location, migrate, migration, occurrence, oxygen minimum, plankton, thermocline, zooplankton

Piontkovski, SA,Al-Gheilani, HMH,Jupp, B,Sarma, YVB,Al-Azri, AR

The relationship between algal blooms, fish kill incidents, and oxygen depletions along the Omani coast Journal Article

International Journal of Oceans and Oceanography, 6 (429), pp. 145-177, 2012, ISBN: 0973-2667.

Abstract | BibTeX | Keywords: Arabian Sea, fish kill, Gulf of Oman, Harmful Algal Bloom, mass mortality, oxygen minimum, Sea of Oman, seasonal change, Sultanate of Oman