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Sustainable Development: Genesis and Policy

: - 8 hours ago

The planet Earth originated 4,500 million years ago. In the first 1,500 million years, there was no life on it. Humans originated about 0.3 to 0.2 million years ago. Since then,...

Solar Irradiance & Disasters

High resolution satellite data in integration with other Earth science data has the potential to pre

Judgement vs Implementation

Since the past three decades, the Indian judiciary has played a proactive role in the protection of

GIS Models to Measure Soil Erosion Risk

Soils are a complex mixture of minerals, water, air, organic matter and countless organisms that lie

Biocontrol of Aravalli’s Prosopis juliflora

Introduced more than a century ago, Prosopis juliflora, an invasive alien species (IAS), has colonis

GIS for River Floods

Floods have now started occurring everywhere including hills, plains and river valleys, urban agglom

भूगोल और आप

डब्ल्यू.एम. केक वेधशाला से बिग बैंग के समय के अवशेष की खोज

खगोलविदों ने बिग बैंग के पश्चात बेसहारा हो गए गैस के बादल का अवशेष सुदूर ब्रह्मांड में खोजा है। साइंस डेली के मुता

आखिर क्या है ‘जेमिनिड उल्का वर्षा?

13-14 दिसंबर, 2018 को उत्तरी गोलार्द्ध में जेमिनिड उल्का वर्षा (Geminids meteor shower) की सर्वाधिक चमक देखने को मिली। हालांकि ये उल्का

भारत में जैव विविधता, एक्शन प्लान तथा एनबीए

भारत जैव विविधता समृद्ध देश है। विश्व का 2.4 प्रतिशत क्षेत्रफल होने के बावजूद यह विश्व की 7-8 प्रति

मानव के कारण जलवायु होगा 50 मिलियन वर्ष पहले जैसा

हाल में प्रकाशित एक अध्ययन के अनुसार महज दो सौ वर्षों में मानव ने शीतलन प्रवृत्ति को उलट दिया है

पृथ्वी पर पर्मियन युग की जैव विलुप्ति के लिए जलवायु परिवर्तन जिम्मदार

आज से 252 मिलियन वर्ष पहले पर्मियन युग में पृथ्वी पर जीवन के लिए कठिन समय था। उस युग में पृथ्वी पर स

इनसाइट मिशन ने पहली बार रिकॉर्ड किया हवा की आवाज

अमेरिकी अंतरिक्ष एजेंसी ‘नासा’ का इनसाइट मंगल मिशन, जो 26 नवंबर, 2018 को मंगल ग्रह पर उतरा था, मंगल ग्

Science

Solar Irradiance & Disasters

: - 9 hours ago

High resolution satellite data in integration with other Earth science data has the potential to predict disasters and evolve methodologies for preparedness. Terrestrial factors,...

Evidences of Ozone Recovery

The ozone loss process in the stratosphere is relatively well understood and much of the loss is dri

GIS and Remote Sensing in Natural Resource Management

Remote sensing and GIS are promising tools for handling spatial and temporal data and help in integr

Phytoplankton Blooms in the Southern Ocean: Through Satellite Observations

The oceanic phytoplankton play an important role in linking the Southern Ocean pelagic ecosystem to

Rising Global Sea Level: Where are we?

Sea level rise is now a globally observed, accepted and burning issue. Global sea level is not only

Designing Polar Research Vessels

Research vessels are the primary source of oceanographic observations and will remain so for the for

Climate Change

Delhi’s Air Pollution: Rural-Urban Interlinkages

: - 1 week ago

For the last few years, the onset of winter in Delhi is being regarded with dread. The city is enveloped in a thick blanket of pollutants that deteriorate air quality to hazardous...

The Vanishing Aravalli

The Aravalli mountain range stretches from Gujarat in the southwest to Delhi in the northeast for ab

Spatial Patterns and Voter Turnout

India conducts fair and democratic elections, where voters exercise free will through constitutional

Should the State fund Elections in India?

In the middle of his controversial demonetisation drive in November 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Mo

Plastic Pollution in Oceans

The modern era is witness to marked anthropogenic activities with rapid industrialisation, developme

The Efficacy of the Plastic Ban: Findings from States

Since its inception in 1957, when polystyrene was first produced, the plastic industry has grown and

Disaster

GIS for River Floods

: - 1 week ago

Floods have now started occurring everywhere including hills, plains and river valleys, urban agglomerations and even the deserts of Rajasthan. Barely could the subcontinent overcome...

Disaster Response | New Techniques to Avoid a Kerala like Disaster

Kerala, with its magnificent natural landscapes and fertile valleys, is often described as ‘God’

Disaster Preparedness in an Increasingly Uncertain World: Aligning Science & Policy

Every year, millions of people around the world are affected by natural or human-made disasters. Wit

Urbanisation Vs City Floods

The past two decades in India have been witness to recurrent episodes of urban floods. Extreme weath

Breaking the Notion of Disaster Phases

Disaster risk management (DRM) is an evolving discipline. In this evolution, it is perhaps at a stag

DEFINING DISASTERS A SOCIAL SCIENCES PERSPECTIVE

Ideas about large scale disasters have gone through various phases, from being attributed to ‘supe

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