US Climate-No Cause for Alarm, says report

‘I don’t believe it’, was US President Donald Trump’ response to the ‘the National Climate Assessment’, in which climate scientists had concluded that climate change could cost the US economy hundreds of billions of dollars and thousands of lives each year in future. From 2018 to 2020, dismissing the climate change theory, Trump’s thinking has […]

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Successful Cyclone Prediction Evokes Spectre of Climate Change

  A climate model for cyclones over the Arabian Sea simulated by researchers from Princeton University, USA in collaboration with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), USA represented among one of the first times that a projected climate model of cyclones synchronized with actual observations of cyclonic storm activity.   A successful prediction The paper […]

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aircraft probing

Aircraft Probing

Airborne measurements are extremely important for aerosol sampling, measurement of cloud properties, cloud physics, atmospheric chemistry and other scientific needs. Aircraft probing and surveillance enables the observation of upper air phenomena, especially cloud aerosol interaction. The wealth of atmospheric, aerosol and cloud microphysics data generated by aircraft probing can be used in assessing air pollution […]

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