Admission comes after High Court seeks comprehensive report on sources polluting the river

Committee has approved a Rs 30-lakh proposal of Wildlife Institute of India to track turtles by attaching a Platform Terminal Transmitter.

Vadodara: Former vice-chancellor of M S University (MSU) Anil Kane has bagged the World Wing Energy Award 2014 that recognizes his contributions as one of the pioneers of wind power in India, Asia and worldwide.

The board of the World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) had decided to confer the award on Kane on the occasion of the 13th World Wind Energy Conference 2014 in Shanghai. Kane received the award on Tuesday.

Current warnings are in effect for fishermen along the coasts of Andhra Pradesh, who are advised to return to shore

Researchers have warned that tropical Cyclone 04B renamed as "Helen" has strengthened and is slowly nearing landfall in southeastern India.
On November 20 at 1200 UTC/7 a.m. EST, Tropical Cyclone Helen had maximum sustained winds near 50 knots per 57.5 mph per 92.6 kph. It was centered near 15.5 north and 83.9 east, about 499 nautical miles per 574.2 miles per 924.1 km south-southwest of Calcutta, India.

Heavy Pollution Feared Along 10-Km Stretch

Navi Mumbai/Mumbai: A pipeline in the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation’s Uran plant developed a leak on Sunday night, spilling about 5,000 litres of crude oil into the Arabian Sea that spread about 10km along the coastline and caused considerable water pollution.

Monsoons, cyclones & extreme events – Role of oceans - a presentation by M. R. Ramesh Kumar at CSE Annual South Asian Media Briefing Workshop on Climate Change, 2013 held in New Delhi from September 18-19, 2013.

Projection of Indian summer monsoon for the 21st century using RegCM4.3 with GFDL forcing - A presentation by K. C. Pattnayak, S. K. Mishra and S. K. Dash at the 4th National Research Conference on Climate Change, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, October 26-27, 2013.

Berlin: Earthquakes may contribute to global warming by releasing methane, a highly potent greenhouse gas, from the ocean floor, according to a new study.

NIO study also concluded that water quality fulfilled criteria of CPCB for eco-sensitive zones

The impact of industrial activity on aquatic fauna found at bottom of the Arabian sea (macrobenthic communities) in the sensitive ecosystem of the Marine National Park and Sanctuary (MNPS) in southern Gulf of Kutch was found to be low despite various anthropogenic pressures in the region, according to a study conducted by the National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Goa.

The mystery surrounding the surfacing of tar balls on Goan beaches has apparently been solved with the National Institute of Oceanography revealing that they originate from washing away of oil spil

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