Total Alkalinity and Dissolved Inorganic carbon
Total alkalinity as the name suggest reflects the ability of seawater to resist acidification in oceanographic perspective. In almost all natural waters alkalinity is produced by dissolved carbon dioxide species, bicarbonates and carbonates. Knowing the total
Daily Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential
Tropical cyclone heat potential (TCHP), is estimated using (a) sea surface height anomaly (SSHA) from the available altimeters, (b) sea surface temperature (SST) from Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) Microwave Imager (TMI), and (c)
Ocean Heat Content
Ocean Heat Content up to 700m depth (OHC700) is an important ocean climatic parameter required for atmospheric and oceanographic studies. This is obtained by summing the heat content of the ocean column from the sea surface to a depth of 700m.