Welcome to Oceanography

Oceanography is the study of the deep sea and shallow coastal oceans. The branches such as biology, chemistry, geology and physics together make oceanography a richly interdisciplinary science. Physical Oceanography is the study of physical processes in the oceans and its interaction with atmosphere, land and ice. Oceans are important to us because of its biodiversity, resources (minerals, natural gas, fishery, freshwater) and most importantly to its influence on the weather and climate of Earth.

Notice and Announcements
M. Sc. IV Semester Examination (Apr 2016) Results announced.download


Research Highlights


Nisa et al. (2016) Role of distinct flavours of IOD events on Indian summer monsoon


Fig. 4 Box averaged (11.5–14° N; 91.5–94° E) monthly mean SST (°C) for the Andaman region during 1985–2012. The Corresponding 13-months moving average is shown as a black curve.


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Coral reef bleaching (Lix K. John)


Activities


Coastal Oceanography field trip


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