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  • Breaking the Notion of Disaster Phases
    By; Homolata Borah    Issue : Development Driven Disasters , Date : 16th September 2018
    Disaster phases are not linear. They may overlap and even occur simultaneously. The complexities in disaster phases are...
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  • Indian Standard Time
    By; P Arora, M P Olaniya, P Kandpal, S Yadav, V Bharath, T Bhardwaj, P Thorat, S De, S Panja, N Sharma, A Agarwal, V N Ojha and D K Aswal    Issue : Science For People , Date : 1st September 2018
    Indian Standard Time is the primary reference on which the country runs. However, keeping time is not the simplest of jobs....
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  • Indian Certified Reference Materials: Indispensable for the Quality Assurance of Products and Processes
    By; R P Pant    Issue : Science For People , Date : 1st September 2018
    One of the most successful methods for assuring accuracy of measurement in different laboratories and tracing the same to the...
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  • Deep-Sea Fishery Resources of the Indian Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ)
    By; V N Sanjeevan    Issue : Deep Sea Exploration , Date : 16th August 2018
    Deep-sea exploratory surveys have added several new species to the biodiversity of the Indian icthyofauna. These surveys have...
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  • Blue Economy
    By; Staff Reporter    Issue : Deep Sea Exploration , Date : 16th August 2018
    Economic activities in the Indian Ocean Region show enormous potential for growth. However, these are likely to come with major...
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  • Phytoplankton Blooms in the Southern Ocean: Through Satellite Observations
    By; Babula Jena    Issue : Deep Sea Exploration , Date : 16th August 2018
    Phytoplankton constitute the primary link in the food web of marine life and are a provider of oxygen. Satellite observations...
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  • Rising Global Sea Level: Where are we?
    By; Ravi Mishra    Issue : Deep Sea Exploration , Date : 16th August 2018
    Observational data on sea level rise, available since 1870, shows a constant rise. The multiple causes responsible for it have...
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  • Designing Polar Research Vessels
    By; M A Atmanand, M Ravichandran and D Rajasekhar    Issue : Deep Sea Exploration , Date : 16th August 2018
    Observations in Polar Regions are essential for understanding changing climate. This article provides insights into how a...
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  • The Oceans of the World
    By; Rasik Ravindra    Issue : Deep Sea Exploration , Date : 16th August 2018
    Oceans play a major role in the hydrological cycle, moderate the climate and act as the primary sink for carbon dioxide. The...
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  • Developing self sufficiency in energy production
    By; Sanjib Pohit and Sameer Malik    Issue : Changing World: Events That Matter , Date : 1st August 2018
    Energy consumption in India has increased greatly since the 1980s,  but domestic production has remained sluggish. Renewable...
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  • The Efficacy of the Plastic Ban: Findings from States
    By; Staff Reporter    Issue : Changing World: Events That Matter , Date : 1st August 2018
    A total of 19 states in India have introduced a ban on plastic bags. Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh too have recently joined the...
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  • Delhi’s Trash Hills
    By; Staff Reporter    Issue : Changing World: Events That Matter , Date : 1st August 2018
    Three humongous landfills of Delhi—Ghazipur, Okhla and Bhalaswa, are way past their capacity. Yet they continue to grow. As...
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