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Fast melting Arctic ice may hit Indian monsoon: Study
Hindustan Times, 18 August 2018

The polar Arctic zone, which has been melting for much of the last two centuries, shows an accelerated pace after 1970, a new paper published by scientists at the National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research (NCAOR) at Goa. The Centre also said that faster melting of Arctic ice can have adverse implications for Indian monsoon rain. The scientists hope that the study will help in further understanding of the global climate and particularly India’s south-west monsoon as they hinge on the rate of melting of polar ice caps.   Read full story...

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