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Indian summer monsoon amplified global warming 130,000 years ago, helping end ice age article icon

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Indian summer monsoon amplified global warming 130,000 years ago, helping end ice age

The Indian summer monsoon contributes to methane emissions, thus impacting the climate. Was it this that ended the ice age thousands of years ago?

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Golden Globe Ocean Race: Monsoon and its role on regulating global climate in the past article icon

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Golden Globe Ocean Race: Monsoon and its role on regulating global climate in the past

How can we predict the Indian Summer Monsoon rainfall in relation to conditions such as climate change? Dr Pallavi Anand explores...

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Green Island

Professor Bob Spicer continues his CLAMP analysis of leaf structures with a visit to an island in the River Ganges.

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The World in a Grain of Silica article icon

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The World in a Grain of Silica

The study of grass phitoliths can reveal what the weather was like ten thousand years ago.

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OU on the BBC: Indian School - Episode guides

What's it like to grow up in a country with the largest child labour force in the world, an ancient caste system and a film industry bigger than Hollywood? Over 10 episodes Indian School follows the highs and lows of the students and teachers at Kalmadi Shamrao High School and Rewachand Bhojwani Academy.

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