Indian monsoon’s past analysed

BBC: Fossils from the ocean floor are yielding clues to the Indian monsoon millions of years ago. Samples drilled from beneath the Indian Ocean are being used to reconstruct past rainfall and temperature records. Scientists are studying how the Indian monsoon behaved in the past, to shed light on the impact of climate change. The research will lead to a better understanding of how the monsoon over India might change, said Dr Kate Littler of the University of Exeter. As part of the larger-scale......

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