User: subbu Topic: Climate Change
Category: Impacts :: Glacier
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Why Siachen must be demilitarised 9.2.2016 Hindu: Home
The February 3 avalanche on the Siachen glacier that buried 10 Indian Army soldiers is a stark reminder to both India and Pakistan about the cost of military deployment in such inhospitable territory...
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Army's unseen enemy in Siachen - The Hindu 8.2.2016
Army's unseen enemy in Siachen The Hindu A small board at the Siachen Base Camp reads: “Snout of the glacier was here on 10 April 2005.” Today the snout, the starting point of the Siachen glacier, has moved about a kilometre ahead from that point. It is a testimony to the accelerating pace ...
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Army’s unseen enemy in Siachen 7.2.2016 Hindu: News
Ten soldiers buried by an avalanche last week may have been victims of global warming
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Climate change may cause these food items to become extinct! 7.2.2016 Zee News : Science and Technology
These effects are globally being discoursed upon, however, there's one thing that's not being considered – Food.
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Bihar seeks Australian help in disaster management in Kosi basin 4.2.2016 New Kerala: World News
Patna, Feb 4 : Bihar can benefit from Australia's technical know-how in disaster risk-reduction in the Kosi river basin, Bihar energy minister Bijendra Prasad Yadav said on Thursday.
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‘Global warming leading to unseasonal rain’ 30.1.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Global warming leading to unseasonal rain’
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JNU lab to study climate change 30.1.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
JNU lab to study climate change
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Tibet gets tougher in environment protection 30.1.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Tibet has rolled out stricter environment protection plans for the next five years, an official said on Saturday.
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‘Global warming leading to unseasonal rain’ 30.1.2016 Hindu: Home
Chief Executive Officer of the Karnataka Science and Technology Academy (KSTA) H. Honne Gowda has said that changes in the climate, due to rapid industrialisation and indiscriminate use of fossil fuel...
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‘Global warming results in unseasonal rain’ 29.1.2016 Hindu: National
KALABURAGI: Chief Executive Officer of the Karnataka Science and Technology Academy (KSTA) H. Honne Gowda has said that changes in the climate, due to rapid industrialisation and indiscriminate use of...
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Tibet gets record number of tourists 27.1.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Tibet welcomed a record 20 million tourists in 2015, generating some $4.26 billion in revenue, nearly three times the figure in 2010.
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Tibet welcomes record number of tourists 27.1.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Tibet welcomed a record 20 million tourists in 2015, according to sources at the region's "two sessions", the meetings of the local legislature and political advisory body running from Tuesday to Sunday.
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All Nations Accountable to Meet Climate Commitments Under Paris Deal: Obama 24.1.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Greenland ice melt putting global ocean circulation at risk 23.1.2016 New Kerala: World News
Washington D.C, Jan 23 : Due to melting ice caps caused by global warming, the world saw a rise in sea levels and now, a new study revealed that those glaciers in Greenland can also affect the global ocean circulation and the future climate.
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Greenland ice melt putting global ocean circulation at risk 23.1.2016 Zee News : Science and Technology
Researchers say it could impact the future climate in places such as portions of Europe and North America.
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Lake Poopo, lost forever? 23.1.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Lake Poopo, lost forever?
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Greenland ice melt putting global ocean circulation at risk 23.1.2016 Sify Finance
, Jan 23 (ANI): Due to melting ice caps caused by global warming, the world saw a rise in sea levels and now, a new study revealed that those glaciers in Greenland can also affect the global ocean
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Bolivia's second-largest lake dries up and may be gone forever, lost to climate change 22.1.2016 Guardian: Environment

As Andean glaciers disappear, so do the sources of Lake Poopó’s water, say scientists who blame a warming environment, El Niño and mining

Overturned fishing skiffs lie abandoned on the shores of what was Bolivia’s second-largest lake. Beetles dine on bird carcasses and gulls fight for scraps under a glaring sun in what marshes remain.

Lake Poopó was officially declared evaporated in December. Hundreds, if not thousands, of people have lost their livelihoods and gone.

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Ice man comes to town 21.1.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Ice man comes to town
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Chronicles of the Ice man 21.1.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Chronicles of the Ice man
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