Miranda flags off Delhi University’s first Real Time Weather Programme

New Delhi, January 29 (G’nY News Service): The very first automatic weather station (AWS) of Delhi University installed in Miranda House today, marked a huge stride in the scientific collection of real time weather data in the college, flagging off a weather programme that builds the capacity of the college to interpret climate anomalies, in the […]

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Extreme Events: Weather Service for Indian Agriculture

The term extreme weather or climate event refers to ‘an occurrence of…a weather or climate variable beyond a threshold…,’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, (IPCC) 2012. It includes very high (and low) temperatures, very heavy rainfall (and snowfall in cold climates) and very high wind speeds. By definition, extreme weather events occur only rarely and […]

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