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20 February 2019 Global warming believed to be behind Oz roden... The Times of India
14 February 2019 Climate change could wipe out Bengal tigers i... The Economic Times
11 February 2019 NE glaciers may vanish by 2100 if warming unc... The Times of India
14 January 2019 2018 could be the warmest year on record for ... Mint
7 December 2018 Global carbon emissions see biggest jump in 7... Business Standard

2018 could be the warmest year on record for oceans: Study
Mint, 14 January 2019

Oceans are warming at a much faster rate than expected. The new research published in Science fuels growing concerns over the risks of climate change. The data showed more consistent, but stronger ocean warming since 1960, than previously reported by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fifth Assessment Report published in 2013. India, with its massive coastline of nearly 7517 km is also among the most vulnerable countries to the impact of ocean-warming and rising sea levels. The warming trends raise concern because the Indian Ocean plays a major role in driving weather patterns in the sub-continent, especially for monsoon rains.   Read full story...

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