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Coupled Physical Processes in the Bay of Bengal and Monsoon Air-Sea Interaction:


1. R. Venkatesan, Amit Tandon, Eric A. D Asaro, and M. A. Atmanand (2018). Observing the Oceans in Real Time, Springer International Publishing. 323 pp.

Ph.D. Thesis:

1. Dipanjan Cahudhuri (2020). Response of the salinity-stratified Bay of Bengal to Monsoon and Tropical Cyclone. IISc. Bangalore.
2. J. Sree Lekha (2020). Space-time variability of near-surface salinity in the Bay of Bengal. IISc. Bangalore.
3. Dheeraj Varma (2020). Internal wave triadic resonance in finite-depth stratified fluids, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai.
4. Ritabrata Thakur (2020). Nonlinear instability and turbulence suppression in stratified flows. TIFR-ICTS, Bangalore.
5. Suraj Singh (2021). Diffusive effects in local instabilities of stratified vortices, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai.
6. Subrat K Mallick (2021). Sensitivity of a numerical ocean model to various flux parameterizations: a study of Bay of Bengal from satellite data perspective. Andhra University.
7. Navaneeth K.N 2022. Upper ocean response of the Bay of Bengal to tropical cyclones, Anna University, (Submitted in March 2022).
8. Nihar Paul (2022). Stirring and mixing driven by the mesoscale eddies in the stratified Bay of Bengal. Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (Submitted May 2022).
9. Jaynise M. Perez Valentin (2022). Multi-scale Processes Guiding Monsoon Intraseasonal Oscillations in Equatorial Oceans. Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA(To be submitted).
10. Thangaprakash V. P (2022). Air-Sea interaction processes and its impacts on the Sea Surface Temperature (SST) perturbations in the Bay of Bengal, (To be submitted soon), Andhra University.