Almost 40 per cent of all wetlands in Assam are under threat

US scientists use radar to capture every single detail of the Earth s topography

satellite images have revealed the existence of live corals in the Gulf of Kachchh in Gujarat. Discovered by the scientists of the Gujarat Ecological Society ( ges ), the live corals were

IT IS only when a disaster of the magnitude that struck Orissa takes place, does a country realise the need to perfect its scientific infrastructure. Space technology, for one, helps in planning

in what is being seen as perhaps the first attempt in the world, a study conduc

Did climatic changes in the Himalaya help the intruders in the Kargil crisis?

It is no use trying to save the rainforests, warns a new study

They are tiny and remote controlled. And these sniffer planes will soon fly into biowarfare danger zones

IRS-LISS-II data along with other data sets have been utilized to extract information on the hydrogeomorphic features of a hard rock terrain in the Sironj area of Vidisha district of Madhya Pradesh, India. The study exhibits reservoir induced artificial groundwater recharge downstream of surface water reservoirs.

wastelands in 14 districts of Andhra Pradesh were recently mapped by the state's remote sensing applications centre (apsrac) under the aegis of the National Wasteland Development Board. The

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