Does a new era of bleaching beckon for Indian Ocean coral reefs?
The British overseas territory faces an environmental crisis
Impact of ocean warming on monsoon
Roxy Mathew Koll from the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune talks about the effects of ocean warming on the Indian Monsoons.
Rulers of the waves
Shockwaves of the submarine volcano in Tonga felt till Chennai
Shockwaves generated by Tonga volcano travelled at a speed of around 1,200 kmph to reach the skies of Chennai 10 hours after the event
Climate change has already hit southern Africa. Here’s how we know
By identifying trends in the frequency of weather events happening and its intensity over a period of decades and exploring changes in related …
Just how difficult is monsoon prediction for agriculture?
According to the writer, the monumental challenge of forecasting the monsoon beyond a few days is difficult
Cyclone Freddy which travelled across Indian Ocean, survived for 32 days courtesy climate change
Horizontal wind shear are the horizontal winds around a cyclone. When these winds have lower speeds they help a cyclone grow in strength and when …
La Nina’s rare ‘triple dip’ likely to affect weather patterns globally
Continuation of the La Niña may also mean an extended southwest monsoon season for India and the rest of south Asia
Climate change to almost triple risk of extreme Indian Ocean weather events
While the world is worried about an El Nino forming in the Pacific, a similar phenomenon may be under way in the Indian Ocean
Is the Arabian Sea no longer pacific?
Cyclone patterns and occurrence over India’s western sea show a change and recent data suggests that the previously calm body of water has …
Diego Garcia islanders get justice
Hunter-gatherers of Great Nicobar yield evolutionary clues
Cyclone Mocha may not hit India; Bangladesh, Myanmar coasts likely to be impacted
Cyclonic conditions are likely to increase temperatures by 3-5°C in the Indian subcontinent
Cyclone Tauktae shows why north Indian Ocean is now whacky
Cyclone Tauktae's pace of intensification and the duration of its roar were unexpected
How an underwater photo led to the discovery of a tiny new seahorse species
Finding a species like Hippocampus nalu also shows how little we know about Africa’s marine biodiversity, and how much more is …
Space crunch for Olive Ridleys
Drying land and heating seas: why nature in Australia’s southwest is on the climate frontline
Australia must take responsibility for its emissions and show ambition beyond the weak promise of net zero by 2050 and commit to real 2030 …
Bad weather ahead for Bay of Bengal, but how bad will it get?
The flip-flops over a new system brewing to India’s east show that our best climate models are playing catch up with weather systems in a …
Kenya’s coast is losing huge amounts of seagrass. But all isn’t lost
The future is bright since the capacity in seagrass research has grown over the years
Study throws new light on evolution of northern Indian Ocean
Scientists say a short-lived subduction event occurred around 70 million years ago in Laxmi Basin located on the western margin of the Indian …
Cyclone Idai batters southern Africa; 120 dead, many more missing
Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi affected in the ‘worst disaster to hit the region’
Is India better prepared if a 2004-like tsunami strikes again?
Next month will mark 14 years since the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami killed thousands