India: Rise in sea level to adversely affect Thane creek, says study

Hindustan Times: The Thane creek, designated as an Important Bird Area (IBA), will be impacted with a sea-level rise of 0.5 to 1m, states a study published in the Journal of Threatened Taxa in May. The study conducted by a four-member international team of scientists revealed that an estimated 13,973sqkm of land in coastal areas will be lost across the country because of intrusion of sea water. Major causes of rising sea levels include thermal expansion of the ocean, mountain glacier melting, and discharge of......

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