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Sunday Observer
Tap water across the globe contains plastic- studyworld - in the oceans, in remote lakes and rivers, in fish, salt, and honey, an
Sunday Observer / Posted 2 days ago
world - in the oceans, in remote lakes and rivers, in fish, salt, and honey, and in the air we breathe. But until now one research area - our drinking water - remained unexamined. According to new research published recently by Orb Media, tap... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Drs. Oz & Roizen: Fasting before a blood test, the benefits of an annual flu shotinfluenza centers in 113 countries. Scientists from the World Health Organizati
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 7 days ago
influenza centers in 113 countries. Scientists from the World Health Organization Collaborating Centers for Reference and Research on Influenza analyze the data and decide which strains of the virus are most likely to cause illness in the upcoming... Read more
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Business Standard India
Deal with floods, or shrug and invoke Mumbai spirit: Scientist AchutaRaoto studying climate during his PhD at Tulane University after a masters in mech
Business Standard India / Posted 9 days ago
to studying climate during his PhD at Tulane University after a masters in mechanical engineering. He was a postdoctoral research scientist at Livermore. He continued as a research scientist, working on climate modelling until 2007. He has been... Read more
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dna
The sinking city: Waterlogged streets bring to the fore flaws in Mumbai city’s planningbring the country’s financial capital to a standstill. After the 26/7 deluge,
dna / Posted 17 days ago
bring the country’s financial capital to a standstill. After the 26/7 deluge, the state government set up a fact-finding committee under former union water resources secretary Madhavrao Chitale. The committee sought that the 1993 Brihanmumbai Storm... Read more
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The Hindu
Development must be climate-smartafter a few decades. Examining daily rainfall data between 1951 and 2000, B.N.
The Hindu / Posted 19 days ago
after a few decades. Examining daily rainfall data between 1951 and 2000, B.N. Goswami, former Director of the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune, showed that there has been a significant increase in the magnitude and frequency of... Read more
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The Economic Times
Is climate change the culprit behind floods and farming woes?Vimal Mishra, meteorologist and assistant professor at IITGandhinagar, was part
The Economic Times / Posted 23 days ago
Vimal Mishra, meteorologist and assistant professor at IITGandhinagar, was part of a recent committee to investigate the floods at Dhanera in Gujarat. Heavy rains had lashed Gujarat and Rajasthan in July, and the normally quiet Rel river had... Read more
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The Hindu
Après le déluge: Mumbai floodtoo, but on a lower scale. Beyond the political wrangling on bad management, su
The Hindu / Posted 26 days ago
too, but on a lower scale. Beyond the political wrangling on bad management, such extreme weather events trigger valuable research and analysis on developing better prediction and management systems. Researchers at the Indian Institute of... Read more
27d
The Economic Times
Extreme weather events the new normal? Experts discusshave been affected due to torrential rains and floods because of high populatio
The Economic Times / Posted 27 days ago
have been affected due to torrential rains and floods because of high population density. Roxy Mathew Koll, a scientist researching climate change with the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune, a premium institute under the Ministry of... Read more
27d
Business Standard India
Mumbai Rains: Why Indian cities can't withstand extreme rainfallAs parts of India’s financial capital went under after more than 200 mm rainfal
Business Standard India / Posted 27 days ago
As parts of India’s financial capital went under after more than 200 mm rainfall–the equivalent of 11 days of average daily monsoon rainfall in 12 hours–on August 29, 2017, the deluge mirrored similar scenes in other cities this month, a consequence... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Mumbai floods: Why India’s cities are struggling with extreme rainfallAs parts of India’s financial capital went under after more than 200mm rainfall
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 27 days ago
As parts of India’s financial capital went under after more than 200mm rainfall – the equivalent of 11 days of average daily monsoon rainfall in 12 hours – on August 29, 2017, the deluge mirrored similar scenes in other cities this month, a... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
As hospital violence grows, nurses seek reformsassaults between 2011 and 2013 happened in health care settings. And hospitals
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 30 days ago
assaults between 2011 and 2013 happened in health care settings. And hospitals in the Chicago area have not been immune to such violence in recent years. In May, two nurses at Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital in Geneva were taken... Read more

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