NAINITAL: Uttarakhand may well be heading towards a repeat of 2016 when around 4,500 hectares of forests were destroyed in jungle blazes.

A new study on climate change in India has confirmed a rapid rise in surface temperatures in the past 70 years.

The data reveal 70–100-year-long mega drought events

Annual exercise:The census will also analyse the prey base of the big cats.

The data will also be used to study habitat share by co-predators like leopard and hyena

Even though water level recovered in 2017, it’s falling due to scanty rains.

A new comprehensive surface temperature data set for India is used to document changes in Indian temperature over seven decades, in order to examine the patterns and possible effects of global warming. The data set is subdivided into pre-monsoon, monsoon, and post-monsoon categories in order to study the temperature patterns in each of these periods.

For thousands of tourists visiting Mumbai’s famous Juhu beach, it was not a picturesque sight on Monday evening as large amount of greasy oil balls was found deposited along a long stretch of the b

Deposition and accumulation of light-absorbing carbonaceous aerosol on glacier surfaces can alter the energy balance of glaciers. In this study, 2 years (December 2014 to December 2016) of continuous observations of carbonaceous aerosols in the glacierized region of the Mt. Yulong and Ganhaizi (GHZ) basin are analyzed. The average elemental carbon (EC) and organic carbon (OC) concentrations were 1.51±0.93 and 2.57±1.32 µg m−3, respectively.

AHMEDABAD: As part of the month-long Sujalam Sufalam Jal Abhiyan launched on Gujarat’s Foundation Day on Tuesday, chief minister Vijay Rupani has said the government plans to de-silt or dig up 11,0

The dense vegetation in the Western Ghats determines the amount of rainfall that Tamil Nadu gets during the summer monsoon.

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