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NCAOR to hold national conf on Polar Sciences in Goa

Goa-based National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research (NCAOR) is organising a two-day national conference on Polar Sciences in the state next month. NCPS-2017 will be held on May 16 and 17 at NCAOR. It aims to bring eminent researchers, working in ... Business Standard, 1 day ago

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'Aircraft carriers ensured India's influence in Indian Ocean'

Written by Liu Kui, a scholar from Naval Equipment Research Institute of the People's Liberation Army Navy, the article, 'What can China learn from India's aircraft carrier strategy?'
 DNA1 month ago Chinese military strategist Liu Kui says India's aircraft carrier strategy 'a failure'  India Today1 month ago China's doing some serious digging in India's backyard  Rediff.com1 month ago Where Chinese media get India wrong  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

New mercury threat to oceans from climate change

Rising temperatures could boost mercury levels in fish by up to seven times the current rates, say Swedish researchers. They've discovered a new way in which warming increases levels of the toxin in sea creatures. In experiments, they found that extra ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Climate warming may up mercury levels in sea food: study  Business Standard2 months ago

CSIR-NIO develops robotic platform to track oceanic processes

Researchers at the Dona Paula based CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography (NIO) have developed a robotic platform that can be stationed at any depth from 0 to 200 metres to track the oceanic processes. "Scientists at Marine Instrumentation Group of CSIR - ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

New Zealand buoy to study 'liquid Himalayas'

The New Zealand navy has launched a research buoy in the sub-Antarctic Southern Ocean to help a study on how ships can navigate mammoth waves known as the "liquid Himalayas", the media reported.The moored wave buoy was launched about 10 km south of the remote ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Most habitable planets may lack dry land

Most habitable planets may lack dry land and would be dominated by oceans spanning over 90 per cent of their surface area, scientists say. Researchers at the University of Barcelona in Spain have constructed a statistical model - based on Bayesian probability ...
 Business Standard6 days ago

Normal rain prediction lifts business sentiment

The IMD attributed the projection to a weakening of El Niño and the Indian Ocean Dipole turning positive. The monsoon is likely to be just normal at 96 per cent of the Long Period Average (LPA) this year for the second year in a row, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Tuesday, giving rise to expectations of three to four per cent farm gross domestic product (GDP) growth, which would fuel rural demand and ease food inflation. However, an assessment of the specific impact ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Hollywood movies wrongly depict asteroid ocean impact: study

Hollywood movies may have wrongly depicted massive waves wiping out coastal cities when an asteroid crashes into the ocean, a new study has found. New simulations show that real asteroids do not make a splash because the crash releases most of its energy ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Three quarters of deep-sea animals produce light: study

Three quarters of the animals living up to 4,000 metres deep in the ocean can emit their own light, according to a new study which unveils the astounding number and diversity of glowing marine creatures. Researchers from Monterey Bay Aquarium Research ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Hydrogen in Saturn moon's ice plumes may support microbial life

Ice plumes shooting into space from Saturn's ocean-bearing moon Enceladus contain hydrogen from hydrothermal vents, an environment that some scientists believe led to the rise of life on Earth, research published on Thursday showed.
 DNA2 weeks ago
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