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About 16 results for "el nino"

2017 set to be hottest non-El Nino year: UN

2017 is on track to be the hottest year on record except for two warmed by El Nino phenomena, the UN's World Meteorological Organization said today.Even if the cyclical weather events -- which bump up global temperatures every three to seven years -- are ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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North-east monsoon to be normal on neutral El Nino: IMD

Rainfall to be confined to the southern region, including Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka
 Business Standard2 months ago

Role of El Nino and Earthquake in the 2016 Ecuador Zika Outbreak

Changes in the climate can amplify the worst effects of natural disasters and disease outbreaks in socially vulnerable regions, says study.
 Med India2 months ago

El Nino caused record CO2 spike in 2015-16: NASA

Scientists have found that the impact of the 2015-16 El Nino-related heat and drought occurring in tropical regions of South America, Africa and Indonesia was responsible for the largest annual increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration seen ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Atmospheric CO2 levels at record high in 2016  Prokerala1 month ago

Volcanic eruptions can trigger El Nino events

Enormous eruptions trigger El Nino events by pumping millions of tonnes of sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere, which form a sulfuric acid cloud, reflecting solar radiation and reducing the average global surface temperature. New York: Large volcanic ...
 Zee News2 months ago

Forest fires contributed to record global tree cover loss

A sharp increase in forest fires stoked record losses in global forest cover equivalent to the area of New Zealand in 2016, a Global Forest Watch report has said.The alarming pace of destruction -- 51 percent higher than the prior year with a loss of 73.4 ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Southwest monsoon 'below normal' this year: MoES Secretary

The south-west monsoon was "below normal" this year, the earth sciences ministry secretary said on Sunday, while noting that it may impact the agriculture sector in some parts of the country. M Rajeevan, Secretary of the Ministry of Earth Sciences, said, ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Climate change wiped out Tasmanian tigers

Climate change was most likely responsible for the extinction of the Tasmanian tiger from Australia some 3,000 years ago, a study revealed on Thursday.The climate change, which started 4,000 years ago, was particularly driven by a greater tendency for more ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
Money Today

Indian Agriculture - what ails and fails the farmer?

The impact of a good monsoon could be felt in the collective sigh of relief heard, when IMD improved their long-range forecast for this year to 98% and ruled out El Nino possibilities altogether. With the monsoon going well, we may have a bumper production ...
 Money Today2 months ago
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Can cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin survive scrutiny from central banks?

Nafis Alam , University of Reading The future of money looks very different in the world of cryptocurrencies. There is a growing consensus among businesses, investors and countries ( Venezuela in particular ) that these alternative forms of online money are ...
 Sify2 months ago
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