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Mar 23, 2019
World Meteorological Day: Marine life need to navigate more extreme ocean weatherOcean weather & adaptations in marine fauna need to be studied in the context of global warming.
Mar 06, 2019
Some species of corals are becoming resilient to warming ocean temperaturesThe insides of a particularly long-living genus of corals, Porites, led to the new finding.
Jan 19, 2019
Will 2019 be the hottest year on record? It all boils down to an El Niño matterFor India, if it ends up being a full-blown El Niño year, 2019 could mean another year of drought.
Oct 18, 2018
Lakshadweep's corals are dying, and they'll take the island's inhabitants with themThe government should support and use the findings of such long-term monitoring.
Oct 14, 2018
This winter expect temperatures to be slightly above normal: IMD scientistTemperatures this winter are likely to be slightly above normal owing to the El-Nino phenomenon.
Oct 08, 2018
October heat in India: Temperatures cross 40 degrees in Gujarat, Rajasthan; heavy rains lash Kerala, Tamil NaduEven as the nation prepared for the October heat, the Indian Meteorological Department issued a heavy rainfall warning for Kerala and Tamil Nadu
Oct 01, 2018
Here's why improved forecasts are not helping prevent floods, droughts in IndiaA systematic evaluation of the forecast is needed to bridge the gap from forecasts to saving lives.
Aug 31, 2018
Developing El Niño conditions may affect final quarter of monsoon this yearThe overall monsoon until 30 August has been 6 percent less than normal, IMD said.
Aug 16, 2018
Kerala floods: With 13 of 14 districts hit, state's disaster response apparatus finds itself stretched beyond capacityA KSDMA official said that the situation they faced was very complex as it was for the first time that shutters of such large number of dams were opened together.
Aug 03, 2018
Monsoon likely to be normal in August and September, says IMD; forecast raises hopes for kharif farmingMonsoon rains is considered normal in the range of 96-104 percent of the Long Period Average (LPA). The 90-96 percent of the LPA range is considered "below normal".