Researchers study how relative humidity, temperature and dew point temperature are related to spread of tuberculosis infections
Land subsidence in Delhi NCR region is increasing at alarming rates
Scientists survey rural areas of Maharashtra for the most suitable agricultural strategies in the face of climate change
Noctiluca blooms in the Arabian Sea, as seen from space. [Image Credits: Norman Kuring/NASA]
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Study finds plants, which were earlier found in lower elevations, are now replacing the native vegetation of the higher altitudes.
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Researchers investigate what factors drive migration in South Asia and its benefits in adapting to climate change.
Research shows a regional nuclear conflict could affect global crop yields and food supply
The Indian monsoon, which sees much variability, has been crucial to the country's economy. It affects 42% of employed individuals in the country — farmers and those working in the agricultural sector. At times, a 'normal' monsoon brings enough rain to keep everyone happy, but sometimes, there is either a deluge or a drought. With recent meteorological advances, these variations can be predicted and recorded. But, how do we go back hundreds of years in time to understand the historical variability in Indian monsoon? Corals in the Red Sea may have answers, says a study by American researchers.