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Mapping of Multi-Hazard Coastal Vulnerability

Earth System Science Organization (ESSO) – Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS), Hyderabad and ESSO-Integrated Coastal and Marine Area Management (ICMAM), Chennai have carried out mapping and demarcating of multi-hazard coastal ... PIB, 1 day ago

Gulfs of Kambhat, Kutch show high vulnerability indices: Govt

New Delhi, Nov 27 (PTI) The Gulfs of Kambhat and Kutch in Gujarat show very high indices to multi-hazard coastal vulnerability, according to mapping carried out by the Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS), the government ...
 Press Trust of India1 day ago Gulfs of Khambat, Kutch show high vulnerability indices: Govt  Business Standard India21 hours ago
The Hindu

Fishermen keep off research buoys

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A buoy that is a part of a tsunami warning system. TOPICS There's an unlikely contributor to the accurate projections of the paths of Phailin and Hudhud cyclones. Several research buoys in the Indian ...
 The Hindu2 days ago India to widen ocean science training  Calcutta Telegraph4 days ago New tsunami warning system set to launch in India in 2015  Enterprise Innovation1 month ago India eyes SMS tsunami warning system  Smart Chimps1 month ago

Letter of Intent Between ESSO-MOES and UNESCO for Cooperation in the Field of Reducing Disaster Risks and Capacity Building in Earth Sciences Signed

nce of Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister of Science & Technology and Earth Sciences by Dr. Shailesh Nayak ,Secretary MoES and Ms. Irina Bokova, Director General, UNESCO in the field of Reducing Disaster Risks and Capacity Building In Earth Sciences ...
 Business Standard India4 days ago
New Age Bangladesh

India to launch American buoy in the Bay of Bengal to study weather pattern

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Scientists are set to sail from Chennai on November 24 towards a point in the Bay of Bengal, 300 km east of Kolkata, which receives the highest rainfall in the Indian Ocean. They will carry a ...
 The Hindu1 week ago US buoy in Bay of Bengal to study weather pattern  New Age Bangladesh1 week ago


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 Financial Content1 week ago

'Cyclone Phailin ravaged ecosystem of Odisha's Chilika lake'

Bhubaneswar, Nov 16 Over fishing, unauthorised shrimp farming, pollution, sedimentation and tourism are not only threatening the ecosystem of Chilika, the largest brackish water lake in Asia and the second largest lake in the world, but the very ...
 ProKerala.com1 week ago India: Cyclone Phailin ravaged ecosystem of Odisha's Chilka lake  Gulf News1 week ago Cyclone Phailin ravaged ecosystem of Odishas Chilika lake  Calcutta News.Net1 week ago

Gujarat fishermen to get weather updates on mobile phone

Gujarat fishermen will now get latest updated details of coastal weather conditions right in their mobile phones through a voice call. Gujarat Minister Babubhai Bokhiria will throw open this facility which has been catered by Government of India ...
 DeshGujarat2 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Hudhud bears down on Visakhapatnam

The Hindu High tidal waves lash the Visakhapatnam coast under the impact of severe cyclonic storm Hudhud on Saturday. Photo: K.R. Deepak INFOGRAPHIC TOPICS More than 1.5 lakh evacuated in four districts of Andhra Pradesh Ahead of Cyclone ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Bheemili in the eye of Hudhud storm  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Cyclone Hudhud: Sea pushes 20 feet into coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Cyclone Hudhud effect: GSI to study coastal erosion

HYDERABAD : The Geological Survey of India (GSI) will study the coastal erosion that has taken place as a result of cyclone Hudhud which hit Visakhapatnam on October 12. The GSI has a team which studies landslides. "Though this is not a landslide, ...
 Times of India1 month ago GSI to study coastal erosion post Hudhud  Times of India1 month ago
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