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Seasonal cycle of hydrography in the Bab el Mandab region, southern Red Sea [Extrait] / M.A. Al-Saafani, S.S.C. Shenoi

Publication : 2004 In : Proceedings of the Indian Academy of science. Earth and planetary sciences, 113, 3, p. 269-280, ISSN 0253-4126Langue : Anglais. Auteur principal: Al-Saafani, Mohammed Ali Co-auteur: Shenoi, Satheesh C. (1958-) Résumé : The seasonal cycle of temperature - salinity variations in the Bab el Mandab region (southern Red Sea) is described using CTD data collected during four cruises spread over the period May 1995 { August 1997. A two layer system exists during early summer, winter and spring while a three layer system exists during summer. During summer, a large amount of the Gulf of Aden water intrudes into the Bab el Mandab region; up to the northern limit (14:5ºN). The quantity of Red Sea water that flows into the Gulf of Aden is maximum during the winter and minimum during the summer. (revue). Sujets: hydrographie Lieux:Yémen -- Océan indien -- Aden G -- Bab-al-Mandab URL: Accès en ligne
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The seasonal cycle of temperature - salinity variations in the Bab el Mandab region (southern Red Sea) is described using CTD data collected during four cruises spread over the period May 1995 { August 1997. A two layer system exists during early summer, winter and spring while a three layer system exists during summer. During summer, a large amount of the Gulf of Aden water intrudes into the Bab el Mandab region; up to the northern limit (14:5ºN). The quantity of Red Sea water that flows into the Gulf of Aden is maximum during the winter and minimum during the summer. (revue)

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