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Across India, minimum temperatures rising far more than maximum
« on: February 17, 2016, 12:55:26 PM »
The research findings of Dr. Sonali Pattnaik, working with Prof. D. Nagesh Kumar at the Department of Civil Engineering, IISc, have been published in http://indiaclimatedialogue.net/.

They have carried out "Detection & Attribution study over Temperatures of India" and concluded that the temperatures over India are indeed rising over past decades. It is observed that human induced changes have predominant effect over natural climate variations in causing this warming phenomenon.

Further details on the work can be found from the following weblinks.

http://indiaclimatedialogue.net/2015/11/06/across-india-minimum-temperatures-rising-far-more-than-maximum/
http://iisc.researchmedia.center/article/recent-temperature-variations-over-india-%E2%80%9Cunnatural%E2%80%9D-find-iisc-researchers

Prof. Nagesh Kumar can be reached at dasikanagesh@gmail.com

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Re: Across India, minimum temperatures rising far more than maximum
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2016, 02:03:45 PM »
Thanks Karthik for your appreciation :).

Regards,

Sonali Pattanayak


Thanks & Regards

Sonali Pattanayak
Research Associate
Divecha Center for Climate Change
IISc,Bangalore-12